Discussion in 'Politics' started by TheSeeker, Mar 6, 2011.
1. Given the choice, I'd refer to the state senator as just that.
2. Since the vote is a foregone conclusion, what difference does it make if she and her fellow Dems don't play out the game as the other side wishes...
a. The Governor has the prerogative of turning his threat into the reality, and using the lay-off option.
3. The Dems have accomplished their attempt at the delaying tactic, to mobilize their allies to oppose the loss of bargaining powers.
In summary, the Dems have done what they could, and the Repub Governor can do what he said he would do if elected....
What the dillio?
What? How did she "destroy" her?
they have made their point, come back vote in mass against it, the run on that in 2012.......simple. let the chips fall where they may.
democrats never know what the hell is going on,, so they flee bag..
I know...didn't look destroyed to me.
Is the "filibuster party" complaining?
She destroyed her on several levels.
But for one thing, the Fleebagger says she's doing the bidding of her constituents that voted for her. Greta points out that the Governor is doing the same thing. But at LEAST he's there in the Capital of Wisconsin doing what he's elected to do and not running away from his responsibilities to the people of Wisconsin.
Just a direct question here:
If the Republicans in Washington DC had walked out of Congress and refused to vote on ObamaCare when they knew they didn't have the votes to defeat it, what would your reaction have been?
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