The PJ Tatler

Indiana: Right-to-work bill dies, Democrats crank up their demands

Fox just reported that in the face of fleebag Democrats on the one hand and weak Gov. Mitch Daniels on the other, Indiana Republicans have dropped the right-to-work bill that the Democrats claimed was their reason for fleeing the state. The Democrats’ response? They’re staying away and demanding to get their way on other bills. Hey, why not, it worked once? And Rep. Mike Capuano (D-MA) told rallying unions yesterday that they might have to get out in the streets and get “a little bloody.” While Wisconsin Dems are telling Republicans there to bypass the politics and negotiate directly with the unions. That lets the cat of union ownership of the Democrats out of the bag, no?

Once the Democrats took to the road, they showed that they can’t be negotiated with. That’s why one of the GOP majorities is going to have to nuke them. Daniels’ capitulation and the Indiana Democrats’ reaction should be a teaching moment for any Republican thinking of wavering.

Nuke ’em. It’s the only way to be sure.