Has a fleebagger broken ranks?

Ed Morrissey

…as John notes, it looks as though [State Senator Tim] Cullen has broken ranks rhetorically on the budget, at least incrementally:

Cullen calls Walker’s budget address a good speech, and the goal of getting Wisconsin moving again is shared by everyone. He does have a lot of questions about the details though. The Democrat wants to know how it will affect schools, municipalities, and health care. He says the sticking point is still the proposal to strip public workers of most of their collective bargaining rights.

That’s a better reaction than many Democrats still in Wisconsin gave the speech, as the JS Online reports:

Democrats described Walker’s proposal in apocalyptic terms, with Rep. Tamara Grigsby (D-Milwaukee) calling it an “absolute annihilation” of public education…

…Ironically, even if Cullen is still in Illinois, he might be closer to the Governor’s position than his Democratic colleagues in the Assembly.

The RNC has spent some money in Wisconsin defending Scott Walker and blaming Barack Obama for the outsized influence of public employee unions in this 30-second spot. It’s been viral on the Internet for a week, but the RNC made its announcement of TV buys this morning:

Read the complete article at HotAir.com

H/T Hyscience

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