Doug Ross Journal - The voters of Wisconsin traditionally vote Democrat. But in 2010 they'd had enough. Enough taxes. Enough failure. Enough bloated local government. And enough of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid triumvirate that jammed thousand-page bills down the taxpayers' throats without bothering to read them or, worse, understand them.
So they kicked the Democrats out of office.
But that hasn't stopped the very same defeated Democrat thugs and losers from trying to sabotage the democratic process -- because they hate the voters and they hate America.
In the end, the bill that frightened off the entire Democratic caucus in the Wisconsin state Senate passed easily in the lower chamber, 51-17, in what had been a foregone conclusion:
After a bitter, 61-hour debate that was the longest in living memory, the sleep-starved state Assembly voted in just seconds early Friday to approve a watershed proposal repealing most union bargaining rights held by public workers.
Just after 1 a.m., Republicans cut off debate on Gov. Scott Walker’s bill and in pell-mell fashion the body voted 51-17 to pass it. In the confusion, nearly one-third of the body – 28 lawmakers including 25 Democrats, two Republicans and the body’s lone independent – did not vote on the bill at all.
Watch this stunning video of their reaction to the vote. It sounds like the monkey cage at the zoo after a wolverine has snuck in. I am not kidding – they don’t even sound human.
Don't be disheartened.
As Maksim says, "I don’t know about anyone else but listening to the proggies freak out makes me smile ear to ear."