It's come to this: Wisconsin labor unions protesting at the home of Governor Scott Walker's 70-year-old parents.
Over the weekend, labor unions organized in an effort to protest the new GOP lead budget in the badger state. There's just one problem: They sent protestors to the wrong house.
"My dad said this morning when I talked to him said he turned his hearing aid down a little bit. My mom, my mom is so wonderful she was actually half-tempted to send them some chocolate chip cookies outside. She sends those to our neighbors all the time," Walker said last night on The Kelly File. "I just think in the end it backfires because good people, at least in the Midwest, realize you can have your disagreements but taking it out in front of someone's home, particularly with elderly parents, that's a little too much."
Not surprisingly, the union responsible for the protest hasn't apologized.