Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Wausau Unions Tuck Their Tails

The Wausau Daily Herald reports the unions buckled.

Update: Labor Day parade organizers say Republicans can march,

Organizers of the Labor Day parade in Wausau backtracked on Tuesday night from an earlier decision to bar Republican lawmakers from participating in the event.

 In an email statement issued shortly before midnight, Marathon County Labor Council President Randy Radtke said everyone will be permitted to march in the parade “because we don’t want to have community groups and school bands affected.”

So it took till almost midnight for the unions to tuck their tails between their legs and open the parade to all. 



steveegg said...

It's a good thing I didn't bet Ed. Of course, there probably will be items thrown at certain floats along the parade route.

Paul - Berry Laker said...

Steve, will they be throwing bricks, stones, golf balls at the floats? Wouldn't that be a sight caught on camera.

The union thugs going nuts on the streets of Wausau.

Thanks for your comment and have a GREAT holiday weekend.