Evers Vetoes Tax Cut He Promised

I know I’m a little behind. I’ve been busy.

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers on Wednesday vetoed the first bill sent to his desk by the Republican-controlled state Legislature — a GOP-backed proposal to cut taxes on middle-income earners in Wisconsin.

In his veto message, Evers said he objected to “passing a major fiscal policy item outside of the biennial budget process, which will begin in less than 10 days.”

I call BS on that statement. He objects because he doesn’t really want tax cuts. He only wants tax redistribution and tax increases. At least, that’s all he has proposed so far.