As I said before. Where in the World can anyone have a job that you can up and leave the State without notice and during the time the job has to be done, that you would still be able to have that job? Nowhere! These people here need to be Fired just like everyone else would be.
To see that they are facing to be arrested? Now that totally means someone is on the right track here.
We vote for people to help lead our cities, states and country. Not to run away and go party in another state. These people remind me of kids in High School.
Time to ditch the class. Read the full story below.
The 14 Wisconsin state senators say they will be home soon. They believe the two-plus weeks they have not shown up for work, and instead wasted taxpayer monies hiding out in an Illinois hotel, has been “disastrous” for Republican Governor Scott Walker. Don’t they wish.
Before coming home the AWOL Democrats have to convince Republicans to lift the Contempt of Court order all 14 of them are facing when they cross back into Wisconsin, which includes being taken into custody by state law enforcement – meaning they must do some begging and bargaining to save their wretched hides from becoming a spectacle – a sort of senatorial perp walk.
The Wall Street Journal:
Sen. Mark Miller said he and his fellow Democrats intend to let the full Senate vote on Gov. Scott Walker’s “budget-repair” bill, which includes the proposed limits on public unions’ collective bargaining rights. The bill, which had been blocked because the missing Democrats were needed for the Senate to have enough members present to consider the bill, is expected to pass the Republican-controlled chamber…Had they done their job back in mid-February, Republicans and Democrats would have voted. The Republican budget repair bill would have passed, and Republicans would have taken the blame for being the grown-ups in the room and saving Wisconsin from financial ruin. Come election day 2012, I suspect Walker comes out on top. Maybe, maybe not, but Walker and most of the GOP seems willing to do the right thing, no matter the political consequences.
“We are now looking at returning to the state capitol and requiring the senators to take a vote and have them declare who they’re with — the workers or the governor,” Mr. Miller said.