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WI Democrat fleebagger: Fining us won’t bring us back! WI GOP: Fine, then we’ll pass the union-busting bill without you being here!

The set-up:

Democrats said the fines would have no effect on bringing them back to the state.

“They’ve messed with our staffs,” said Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton). “They’ve taken away our parking spaces. They’ve extorted our paychecks. They’ve sent the State Patrol after us. And now they’ve fined us $100 a day.

“I don’t know what more they need to do to get the point that it’s not working.”

Thanks for proving our point, jackwagon.  You leave us no choice:

Two Democratic state senators said they think Republicans plan to pass parts of Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal that take away collective bargaining rights from public workers without them.

Senate Republican leaders weren’t saying why they hastily created a conference committee that’s meeting later Wednesday night.

A source confirmed to WISC-TV that Republican senators intend to remove fiscal portions of the budget bill in order to pass it without Democratic senators.

See, there needs to be at least one Democrat present for budget-related bills to be voted upon, but what if you strip out the public employees union collective bargaining part of the bill (and into a separate bill) that sent these miscreant Dem cowards on the lam in the first place?  Answer: Moonbat rage!  😆

By the way, you ever get the feeling that irony is lost on these schmucks?  From one of the fleebaggers, Democrat Chris Larson:

What Republicans did was an affront to democracy. Never shall a voter doubt which party stands for the working class, and which for the rich.

Refusing to do your taxpayer-funded job, a job that requires voting on stuff, is not an “affront to democracy”, but actually showing up and voting on a bill is?  Got it.  Thanks for the clarification.

Nice to see the GOP grow a pair and hobble the fleebaggers.

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March 10, 2011 - Posted by | unions, Wisconsin

8 Comments »

  1. Nice to see the GOP grow a pair and hobble the fleebaggers.

    Amen to that!
    The behavior of the fleebaggers and their union thug buddies is reprehensible. I’d like to see them ALL get pink slips.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | March 10, 2011

  2. ****”They’ve extorted our paychecks” *******

    ARE YOU BLEEPING KIDDING ME?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
    How in the WORLD can anyone but an ENTITLEMENT PIMP believe they have a RIGHT to a gosh dang PAYCHECK if they refuse to come back into their own STATE and actually WORK?!?!?!?!?!
    sweet mercy…now we will forever know who the Democrats support…ENTITLEMENT hawks who obviously believe they are due a paycheck when they are in dereliction of their SWORD oath!
    OM Goodness! “Extorting our paychecks”? I wonder what these poor victim refugee law “makers” would do to the paycheck of their staff if their staff called them up (long distance to IL) and said “Hey, I’m not going to come to the office today and do what you hired me to do!”. Perhaps they would, oh, I don’t know, “extort their paychecks”?
    What exactly do they believe they get a paycheck for…just for having won an election or actually DOING the job they were elected for…..to all the nation, THIS is what the democrats do – then dare to claim the republicans are attacking the democratic process!
    ARGH!

    Comment by Kevin | March 10, 2011

  3. **correction** SWORN oath…I missed the “d”…but I’m STILL mad!!! lol

    Comment by Kevin | March 10, 2011

  4. I agree with y’all. These “fleebaggers” need to be recalled by their districts for dereliction of duty. Not showing up for work cuz ya don’t like the way things are going for the “intellecutals” in the teacher’s unions and others? I keep referring to someone having said, not too long ago, “elections have consequences”. This is one of those consequences, not having your way anymore. Watching the protestors in WI today, I am more and more convinced that the term “thug” applies to the teachers and other protestors involved and they should not be teaching anybody anything at any time. What they should be doing is standing behind a counter at the local fast food place and asking if you want fries with that order. Time to fire ’em all and start over with a new batch of teachers willing to do their jobs without the unions holding their hands all the way to the bank.
    Kevin, you expressed my sentiments in your post, in addition to the ones I’ve stated here. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

    Comment by J.Guidry | March 10, 2011

  5. I will never figure out why the Republicans have the need to give the Democrats ammunition. The Republican’s just had to follow through on what they said and temporarly lay off state workers to solve the budget issues in Wisconsin. The Senate Democrats were on the loosing side and were being blamed for the layoffs. Now, by manipulating Senate rules, like their Democratic counterparts, it makes the Republicans look just as bad. Eventually the recall process or the pressure on the Senate Democrats would bring an end to the stalemate.

    Comment by Steve | March 10, 2011

  6. There should be no “eventually”..you walk off from your job, there should be a big FAT pink slip…I still can’t get over “extorting our paychecks”!
    I agree, also, with Republicans making it too easy for the left wing moonbattery.
    Grrrrrrrrrrr indeed!

    Comment by Kevin | March 11, 2011

  7. Kevin, I agree the Dems comments are rediculous.

    But the Republicans don’t have to do anything to win here. The American people are sick of political parties playing games with rules to benifit their special interests. Above all, Americans are for “fair play.” This manipulation of Senate rules by the Republicans plays into the Dems and MSM’s hands.

    Comment by Steve | March 11, 2011

  8. No argument with the rule-playing. It it frustrating. I wish they would have, in the absence of the WI democrat transient legislators, passed a bill into law making it a crime for elected public officials to refuse to meet for scheduled votes by fleeing the state. THAT would have been funny!

    Comment by Kevin | March 13, 2011


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