Friday, February 17, 2012

Probably not what the organizers of 'Operation Angry Badger' had in mind

Probably Not What the Organizers of "Operation Angry Badger" Had in Mind
Leaked documents detail 'Operation Angry Badger' reads the headline in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
"Operation Angry Badger" purportedly describes a Heartland Institute proposal that would cost about $612,000 and focus on promoting Wisconsin Act 10, which curtailed collective bargaining for most public-sector workers.

"The recall elections of 2012 amount to a referenda on collective bargaining reform at the state level, making them of national interest," the document says. "Successful recalls would be a major setback to the national effort to rein in public sector compensation and union power."
Doesn't sound like the Angry Badger I'm familiar with. I just know the Angry Badger in the sign, the one that's all about recalling Scott Walker, the one that's no pussycat and means business.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Today had to be bad day for the Governor.

1) This Heartland Institute story.

2) A judge said "Nyet" to his request for more time to examine ballots.

3) Politifact gave an assertion he made against Gov. Doyle a "Pants on Fire."