Remember that anti-union law that Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republicans pushed through state senate as a super special favor to Charles and David Koch last week? Well, some state judge — who clearly does not comprehend the actual mass and girth of the Kochs' combined wealth — placed a temporary block on the law's implementation simply because it was not passed using the proper rules (which are for regular non-billionaire people).
Clearly, there has got to be some kind of a law against laws being enforced for rich people…
A Wisconsin judge issued a temporary restraining order Friday blocking the state's new and contentious collective bargaining law from taking effect, a measure that drew tens of thousands of protesters to the state Capitol and sent some Democrats fleeing to Illinois in an attempt to block a vote on it.
The judge's order is a major setback for new Republican Gov. Scott Walker and puts the future of the law in question.
Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi issued the order, which was requested by that county's District Attorney Ismael Ozanne, a Democrat. Ozanne filed a lawsuit contending that a legislative committee that broke a stalemate that had kept the law in limbo for weeks met without the 24-hour notice required by Wisconsin's open meetings law.
Hmmmmm… I don't know about this. This seems like something that would happen to poor people. Did anybody explain to Judge Maryann Sumi who this new law was for? Can't somebody, like, show her a picture of one of their huge pillars of thousand dollar bills or something?
All I know is that if I were David and Charles Koch, I would pay someone to be extremely pissed over this.
Tags: Charles Koch, David Koch, Scott Walker, Unions, Wisconsin