Russell Decker: Russell stood up against wasteful corporate welfare even when Hollywood was involved. Now, that is putting principles before politics.
Bernie Sanders: Ole Bernie took the Dems at their word. He thought it was common sense to have some transparency with drug and trade organization donations.
Sen. John Lehman: Lehman had the radical notion that businesses filing bankruptcy should pay their employees back wages before other debts.
Cory Mason: Mason is pushing an idea whose time has come, indexing the minimum wage to inflation.
Bernie Sanders: Yes, I know your local liberal media didn’t even mention it. Bernie sponsored a bill which would have decreased Wisconsin’s property tax by $200,000,000. All that was required was getting rid of the Bush tax cut. Thanks to 11 Democrats and every damn Republican this common sense measure did not make it through the Senate.
While we are certainly lucky to have so many good proletariats this month our winner is good ole Bernie. He is quickly becoming the voice of common sense in the U.S. Senate.
The Bad Seth of In Effect left any competition in the dust. Maybe it should not surprise me that Seth pushed a plan that solves little health care related, but does allow Doyle to divert Medicare costs to taxpayers. It is also worth noting the primary motive of the plan is to hand out more corporate tax breaks.
Will of Method and Machine is our Neo Crybaby of the Month. Will’s Orwellian mind set is that the Employee Free Choice Act is the end of Democracy as we never knew it Oh, yes the American workforce experiences such an abundance of democracy this will certainly put them over the top.