In last Sunday's Crossroads section of the MJS, Andrew Feldman states the following while talking about political independents in an article titled "To win, Democrats have to change" :
Others are upset about the process, especially Republicans' attempt to ram through major legislation (the budget-repair bill earlier this year) without much debate.
In Steven Walters end of the year look at Wisconsin politics a couple of pages later in the Crossroads section he says the following:
Feb. 25: After a record 60 hours of debate, the Assembly passes Act 10 [the budget-repair bill] prompting Democrats' shouts of "Shame! Shame! Shame!"
It seems to me someone is mistaken on the facts of the ramming through legislation and debate.