Sunday, March 13, 2011

Who Is Lying: What Really Happened In Madison Wisconsin

On Wisconsin!
How Republicans won the battle of Madison.

It was Wednesday, March 9, and Governor Walker had decided to visit the Wisconsin State
Capitol before he headed off to give his “Ag Day” speech that afternoon.

Walker figured he had been very patient. Four weeks earlier he had proposed his budget repair bill, and he had the votes to pass it. But one week after that, all 14 Democratic state senators fled to Illinois to deny Republicans the quorum they thought necessary to hold a vote on the legislation. In the days that followed, top Republican legislators and senior aides to Walker spoke regularly with Democrats in an effort to forge a compromise—several times believing that they had reached a tentative understanding that would allow the senate to take up the controversial measure, only to have the agreement collapse. The more this happened the less likely a compromise seemed.

Read the rest HEREHow much longer will the unions, including the media unions, continue to outright lie about what has happened in Wisconsin?