"The 14 Senate Democrats who skipped town Thursday to indefinitely delay a vote on Republican Gov. Scott Walker's bill stripping most collective bargaining rights from nearly all public employees remained missing in action for a fifth day.
and again called on the Democrats to return and vote on the bill.
"For those 14 Senate Democrats, you've had your time," he said. "It's time for them to come back and participate in democracy."
Perhaps Gov. Walker should do what Texas Gov. Perry did back in 2003 when the Dems ran out of town to prevent a vote: revoke their congressional credit cards. Those Texas Dems panicked and slinked back once they found out they couldn't screw the tax payers into paying for their silly game of hide-n-seek.
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Voters back Scott Walker over unions, 48%-38%.