Wisconsin Republicans on Sunday upped the pressure on Democrats who fled to Illinois to return home and vote on an anti-union bill, with the governor calling them obstructionists and a GOP lawmaker threatening to convene without them.

Gov. Scott Walker said the 14 minority Democrats who left Madison on Thursday were failing to do their jobs by “hiding out” in another state. And Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said his chamber would meet Tuesday to act on non-spending bills and confirm some of the governor’s appointees even if the Democrats don’t show up — a scenario that should outrage their constituents. LINK

All I want to say is that when the Democrats held the power advantage in Congress over the last two years, they did as they pleased. They shoved Obamacare down the throats of the Republicans and our country and laughed while they were doing it. Now that these Wisconsin Democrats see that they can’t stop the legislative process LEGALLY and win their point by debate what do they do? THEY FLEE THE STATE LIKE THE COWARDS THEY ARE. Imagine if the House Republicans did that to President Obama? Holy HELL!

These coward lawmakers are being PAID by the taxpayers to do a job and they refuse because they can’t get their way. No maybe we can understand why we are in such financial disarray! Like these idiot teachers they should be FIRED! I’d send the State Police to track them down and drag them back. Our Democracy and the rule of law is more important than these selfish children.



  1. Randal Graves says:

    It’s a shame that they can’t be legally forced to come back to work…pussies.

    And these unions should learn to live in the 21st century:
    1. EVERYONE has to buck up for their health insurance.
    2. Pensions kill budgets and should go the way of the do-do.

    • Just remember one thing: MANY unions, NOT ALL have made MANY concessions over the years in return for benefits. For years everyone knew as a cop or firefighter the pay wa sh*t, (still is) but at least you had decent benefits. Many trade unions did the opposite. They took higher pay rates and had shitty benefits. The private sector employees have MANY,MANY perks and shouldn’t be crying now. When times are good the private sector enjoys considerable benefits unheard of in the public sector. Each has their own set of rules. The sword cuts both ways.

  2. Bob G. says:

    Kudos on the poster…
    I noticed NO dollar amount for finding them.
    (maybe they’re not worth ANYTHING?)


    Just a thought.

    Stay safe.

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