I would point the gentle reader's attention to Part 3 at the 2:28 mark.
At about that time, a man named Rudy Gomez speaks. Gomez, who apparently is a member of the Milwaukee Police Department, supports Walker's budget , especially the removal of residency requirements.
But during his statement, he says this:
Terrorists might attack Milwaukee - maybe that's not a bad thing, OK- but the cops, the firemen, we will be there.It's not a good thing that someone who is sworn to protect and serve a city doesn't want to live there, but to say it wouldn't be a bad thing for terrorists to attack goes beyond the pale.
It's not very reassuring of where his level of commitment really is. It would be better to have someone who is invested in the community instead of just doing a job.