I wonder whether it is irony or destiny that the Wisconsin vote almost mirrored the 53-47% national statistic on who pays federal income taxes and who doesn’t.
well, okay, but I refuse to wear rubber cheese on my head...
In none of their ads did the Dems ever allude to the massive deficit they rang up under thier stewardship over the years. They tried to hammer Walker as being some sort of dictator who took “rights” away from poor middle class families. They didn’t mention that the families were, of course, the public sector union families who finally had to contribute to their retirement. And they falsely claimed that school districts were losing money due to Walker’s policies. The districts actually had more money under Walker. All in all, it came down to Dems wanting to get rid of Walker so they could go back to their old ways of spending the state into insolvency. They’ll never change.
The Unions have OWNED Wisconsin for a very long time..
They will not go easily..
So much so that Scott Walker is afraid to propose Statewide “right to work” laws.. currently..
THAT is the ONLY thing that will save Wisconsin economically..
Wisconsin NEEDS to BECOME a right to work State..
There MUST be a movement to force a referendum on these laws..
I wonder IF any in Wisconsin has the balls to do this?..
Because it will take some BIG HONKIN balls to do it..
Once “rolling” those balls could change Wisconsin and maybe other States as well..
Maybe even Michigan, Indiana or even Minnesota...
FREEDOM requires being able to NOT be a Union member..
Forced Union membership is Anti-Freedom...
State and Local givernment employees should NOT be able to join a Union..
Making them ENEMYS of the Taxpaper.. and parasites not public servants..