Senator Robert Jauch was upset about Gov. Walker's decision to move lighting of the state Christmas tree to the morning (as opposed to a noon ceremony). Although Walker denies it, Jauch claims that the change was designed to avoid protesters and then blames the Governor for ruining the tree lighting.
"It's normally a joyous occasion," Jauch said. "He has screwed up one of the finest traditions in the state Capitol."
A small group of yahoos did decide to use the tree lighting as a vehicle for protest. If Walker was trying to avoid providing a background for political theater, who can blame him. If the result was to "screw up" the ceremony, the perpetrators would seem to be those, apparently including Senator Jauch, who can't put politics aside long enough to light a Christmas tree.