|12/31/2018 11:21:00 AM|
Could have "played the game" a bit better
We attended the special session held at the Capitol. We arrived at 10:45 a.m., filled out the form requested and were seated for the 12:30 p.m. meeting, at 12:45 p.m. we were informed that the meeting would begin at 1:00 p.m., the panel began their seating at 1:45 p.m. I will assume they wanted us to become comfortable in our chairs or standing positions.
Co-Chair Nygren was sort of condescending to my ear (I admit to some bias), he suggested that if there were any questions from the panel it would take away time from the public, that 12:30 to 1:45 time frame came to my mind. Co-Chair Darling was more engaging, although during the public address she called on Robby, which was Rabbi, perhaps "readers" would be helpful.
Senator Marklein was engaged and spoke to the general fact of a balance of power and money from one area would balance to another as I heard. That would take a fair amount of balance when you send $4 billion to FoxCon and $28 million to KC, I would guess that WMC gave some suggestions.
Fitzgerald and Voss were not able to attend, but a person from Walker's office was there and answered each question with "no comment at this time." As we left after 6 hours, he gave me an odd look when I said "well done. "
I am pleased that we attended and were engaged to see and understand the planned process.
Ms. Felzkowski (doing her nails), Mr. Olsen (appeared to be nodding off or counting ceiling tiles) and Mr. Tiffany (taking photos of the audience) could have "played the game" a bit better.
Robert W. Enloe, Dodgeville
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