At Wisconsin there's a bit of a chaos. The new GOP governor want to pass a bill cutting public workers bargains and rights in other to fight the 3.6 billon deficit and maybe to put some sand in the democrats-syndicates long relationship. The thing has grown to the point that the state senators has leave the state so they can block the vote and some 70.000 demonstrators gather outside the building

This may be and advance of how tough is going to be to amend the deficits and how bitter the discussion about who pay the bill.

For USA and also even more Europe there may also point to the need to change the political system of two parties mine is all right yours is all wrong too monolithic and power hunger glued............a change to democracy 2.0 should come........... some day

Un lio del carajo en Wusconsin porque el governador y partido republicano quiere recortar el déficit tocando a la baja salarios de trabajadores públicos y derechos sindicales (como negociar colectivamente) .............. lo cualo a llevado a un follón espectacular con 70.000 paisanos delante de la camara estatal y los miembros demócratas de la misma "refugiados" en otro estado. podemos ver mas tensiones decente tipo allí y en otros paises, siendo España un gran candidato pues ha de hacerse un ajuste brutal y no esta claro, nada claro quien lo va a pagar........... lo que esta claro es que no va a ser la banca, ni los partidos políticos a esos verán que no los tocan si no es para darle dinero exprimido a impuestos a la clase media, socialismo para banqueros ósea

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Protest fails to sway Wisconsin lawmakers

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