Some may say that the fact that the WisGOP/Walker machine plans to blast through "work-for-less" is a reason for those of us who oppose this theft to hold our fire. I completely disagree. We need to be speaking up and exposing these crimes against workers and most of the rest of Wisconsin, and send the message that we do not approve.
See, Scott Walker's main message as a presidential candidate is to appeal to the Nxion/Cheney wing, and show that has smashed all opposition, and that the people must follow along with what he wants to do, even if it has nothing to do with what he said on the campaign trail.
Instead, we can turn the tables, expose how radical and failed these policies are, and sink Walker and the GOP nationally and in the state of Wisconsin. But only if we speak up and refuse to accept the budget-ridden economic underperformance that is happening to our state.
That's my thoughts on the strategy and approach to take. The budget is clearly caving in, as yesterday's subpar revenue figures show (corporate taxes down 21% from Jan 2014!), and work-for-less is not likely what most Wisconsinites elected these people to do (if it was, they would have said so outside of the 262. They did not). So this time, we keep up the pressure, and don't water it down like the DPW has tried to do far too often.