Sunday, March 13, 2011
Wisconsin Democratic Leader Has No Regrets Over Leaving the State
According to the You Tube Video:
"Wisconsin Senate Minority Leader Mark Miller, a Monona Democrat, said Democrats made the right decision to leave the state, and it's his Republican colleagues who should be concerned. 14 Senate Democrats went to Illinois to delay a vote on Governor Scott Walker's changes to union organization and collective bargaining. Senate Republicans passed the proposal on Wednesday, March 8, and the governor signed those changes into law two days later."
It's nice to see that Mr. Miller has no regrets about Not doing his job and instead deciding to 'tuck tail' and run. What kind of slogan is he going to use during his reelection?
'When the Going Gets Tough, Miller Gets Going to Another State'?