Democrat Mary Burke was interviewed yesterday by MSNBC's Chris Hayes.
Whoa. Not good.
Burke couldn't handle the questions from ally Hayes.
No direct answers. She seemed to rely on memorized lines.
Listen closely, Leftists.
CHRIS HAYES: Act 10, which was the, which was the sort of defining feature of two and a half years of Wisconsin politics. Would you repeal it in office?Even Hayes labels Burke's response as a dodge. Of course, he does allow her to get away with it.
MARY BURKE: Well, I believe our public sector employees have the right to collectively bargain. That doesn't stand in the way of having effective, efficient, and accountable government. And we have to make sure that we are attracting great people to the public sector....
HAYES: That's a dodge. Would you repeal the act?
BURKE: I would make sure... I would work hard to restore collective bargaining is what I would do.
Based on Burke's response, she does NOT support the repeal of Act 10, but she'll work hard to restore collective bargaining.
Mary Burke refused to say she will repeal Act 10. She refused to say she will work hard to repeal Act 10.