State Rep. Scott Suder Makes Fool Of Himself On National TV
In a split-screen debate tonight on MSNBC's "The Last Word," Wisconsin State Assembly Majority leader Scott Suder, (R-Abbotsford)), called Gov. Scott Walker's anti-collective bargaining demand a request for "reasonable concessions."
His opponent, State Rep. Cory Mason, (D-Racine), called Walker's bill, and Assembly Republicans' quickie vote of approval this morning, using a technicality, "disgusting."
Suder was echoing Scott Walker's earlier, inaccurate and ignorant talking point when he said his plan was "a reasonable proposal."
Advantage, Mason, who had a better grasp of the issues and the English language, too.
"A reasonable proposal"?
Sounds like "A Simple Plan," which of course meant non-stop disaster.
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