Wisconsin Lawmakers Put New Dem Gov. On Short Leash

In a series of bills passed yesterday, the republican majority in Wisconsin’s state house await out-going governor Scott Walker’s signature on a number of measures that will limit the ability of the incoming democrat, Tony Evers from acting too independently of the law-making branch of government. Democrats have been calling this a power grab that denies the people what they voted for in November, ignoring that republicans hold the State Senate and Assembly. More

4 Comments on Wisconsin Lawmakers Put New Dem Gov. On Short Leash

  1. In all cases where Dems don’t get their way, they call it a power grab. Well, guess what, Dems? Your state’s voters elected Rep assembly and senate. So…neener.




    7
  2. If Democrats didn’t habitually ignore checks and balances, limits on power or the will of the people, this wouldn’t have been necessary. But their reputation preceded them; Walker was never subject to these because the chances of Walker exceeding the bounds of his authority were about nil.




    3
  3. If the political parties were the other way around…
    The Libs tried to recall Walker, how’d they like that done to their puppet>?
    My new catch phrase –
    “Wow, are you Evers gonna be sorry you elected him!”




    1

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.




Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!