Renaldo Dubois wrote:
And if the State is not spending my money as I see fit then I have a say. I can vote.
Sure, I was merely pointing out that you were completely wrong with your previous assertion.
That is what we did in Wisconsin. You don't like that. Too damn bad. Grow up.
You say its' 'too damn bad,' but from what I can see, the Democrats are currently winning the court fight over Walker and the Legislature's passage of the bill in an illegal fashion, and then deciding to act as if there wasn't an injunction against the bill, when a judge there clearly invoked one.
Not only that, but the Democrats are having a lot of success in getting signatures to recall Republican senators there. And they will get a couple of them, and then recall Walker in November. His popularity has tanked and there's no way he'd survive a recall election - he barely got elected in the first place and has proven himself to be a true asshole in the few short months since then.
We don't 'grow up' or 'get over it' on our side - we get even. And if you don't like it, I guess that's just going to be... too damn bad.