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July 15, 2009


Ignore the actual cuts for the moment, even though they sound quite severe, and ask yourself this: why is the county executive refusing to inform county board members about proposed budget cuts?  If we’re in a fiscal crisis, as we’ve been repeatedly told (it’s true), why wouldn’t Scott Walker work with the people who hold veto power over his budget decisions? Prior partisan gridlock or not, if Walker wants to become governor he’s going to need to avoid prolonging the inevitable budget battle for no good reason. Political bomb-throwing is going to look very unproductive, especially when it’s so obvious.


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