lol... The only people that would "get it" would be... Well... "us"
Remember... The general public elected Obama... The odds they know anything about legislative history and cause/effect are non-existent.
Having said that, I think we are in a better position today. I think people have been forced to learn about rights. Law-enforcement has been forced judicially to respect the law, not what they wish the law was. I think freedom is more robust today because of it.
Ironically, the command-and-controllers like Doyle who wanted nothing more than a subservient population over-played their hand and in their attempt to ignore the principles of a government "of the people, by the people, by the consent of the governed" set the stage for a mass awakening of the reality of freedom in Wisconsin. Of course there are many who have been aware of real freedom long before the failure of PPA, but there are so many others who thought freedom lost when PPA died. In fact, freedom established a more solid foundation when PPA died. We will build a better house of freedom from that foundation.