Titled by the Gazette, "Cullen was Right To Leave For Illinois" a letter writer to the Janeville Gazette said he was tired of hearing the attacks on Cullen and that the state senator did the right thing by leaving to help slow down the process. But then the writer switched gears and claimed he "came to see" that the problem was as big and difficult as Gov. Walker said it was. That a drastic solution was needed...
JG Letter Excerpt:
There were TV ads running saying this budget was an attack on the middle class. I realized that about the only middle class left was made up of public employees. We can't afford to support them in the style to which they had become accustomed. -- J.K.
At first I thought those statements may have been written with a deliberate counter effect in mind, that the writer was letting everyone know what's at stake and no one in their right mind would support the use of government power to eliminate the (at least what their perception is of) middle class. But I don't think so.
What in the world are these people thinking?
NOTE: The letter is not available on the open Web.