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Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly passed the state’s controversial union bill early Friday morning, bringing the legislation one step closer to being enacted.
By a margin of 51 to 17, with just a third of Democrats casting votes, the state Assembly passed a bill limiting collective bargaining for most public unions.
The legislation now moves to the state Senate, where it will face more gridlock, as the 14 sleaze-bag Democrats in that body continue to spit in the face of Wisconsin voters and the law by hiding in Illinois.
“This is one of the toughest votes this body has taken in decades. But we are, without question, in one of the toughest economic times our state has ever seen,” Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald said in a statement. “I applaud the Democrats in the Assembly for earnestly debating this bill and urge their counterparts in the state Senate to return to work and do the same.”
The vote was called just after 1 a.m. Friday following 60 hours of debate, as 15 Democrats waited to speak on the bill. The Republican presiding over the debate, however, abruptly cut off discussion, quickly opened the roll for a vote and closed it before some Democrats had a chance to pull their heads out of their asses.
Just 13 of the 38 leftists in the Assembly managed to get in a vote.
Democrats “erupted” after the vote, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported, throwing temper tantrums like 5-year-olds who’d just been sent to bed without dinner.
“Shame! Shame! Shame!” Democrats shouted, as if more debate on the issue would have changed the outcome. “Cowards all! You’re all cowards,” yelled Democrat crybaby Brett Hulsey as another leftist tried to calm him down, the newspaper reported.
Democrats in the state Senate have not indicated when they will stop behaving like spoiled children and return to the capitol in Madison to consider the bill.
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