Even middle-class-hating right-wing sociopaths Megan McArdle and Chuck Lane think progressives are winning the battle of Madison.
In the absence of a clearer reform message from Walker, gauzy rhetoric about the “right” to collective bargaining, “worker power” and the like has dominated, obscuring the sometimes grubby realities of public-sector unionism.
Well, I think we know the answer: the Democrats are winning the PR battle, and a large majority of Americans are against what Walker is doing. Probably the GOP wouldn’t do this again, if they had their druthers. But of course, it’s easier to not do something in the first place, than it is to back down once you’re all in . . .
I don’t know, winning, anyone? That would be us.