Suggesting that Walker's overreach and subsequent political meltdown is the "current triumph."
What earlier triumph is Patrick McIlheran referring to? No, not the non-job-creating tax cuts he pushed through in order to engineer a financial "crisis' that could only be solved by dissolving the collective bargaining rights of teachers. He's referring to Walker's opposition to the train.
Why does he bring up that triumph that so stirred teabagger souls? Because the governor of Florida has rejected some of the money that was shifted from Wisconsin.
McIlheran, who's comically inept when he's not merely stumblingly deceptive, fails to note that a veto-proof majority of the Florida Senate wants the money there. And the rest of the state is scrambling to figure out how to keep it there.
Are all men who were Reagan-worshipping teens or twentysomethings intellectual, moral and emotional cripples or are Scott Walker and Patrick McIlheran outliers?