Major win for Wisconsin republican

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    The Wisconsin state supreme court ruled for Gov. Scott Walker and against radical teachers unions. The restrictions on union contract negotiations will go into effect. The Wisconsin state democrats look like fools but at least they got a mini-vacation (at taxpayer expense) when they fled the state rather than doing their sworn duty.
     
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    After all the drama, victory.
     
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    The Democrats got bitch slapped......
     
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    Democrats brought all their traditional weapons into the fray. They had the liberal media standing by while teachers (of all people) rioted in the state capital. State democrats thought they would have full support from their constituents while they abandoned their posts like cowards while they violated their oath of office and fled to another state rather than vote on an issue. To his credit republican Scott Walker showed ramarkable restraint in hasndling the rioting teachers and dealing with the dead beat democrats. A last ditch effort had a pro-union judge cite a convoluted opinion about the voting procedure while democrats were hiding out and rule against the vote but it was a light weight ruling from a biased judge and the state supreme court ruled for the governor.
     

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