I thought teachers were "professionals".
I think this is all going to backfire on the unions and the democrats.
“Union member” now has a pretty negative ring to most American’s ears. The stereotype is the image of an under-educated, overweight, overpaid, selfish, lazy slob who would rather see their plant close and go unemployed than make a reasonable wage/benefit concession.
Which is pretty much what they putting on display in our various state capitols right now.
So paying good teachers more money, and eliminating bad teachers is wrong?
Am I missing something here?
We are all watching and waiting to see whether mob rule again prevails over the will of the voters, their duly elected representatives, and taxpayers. We have mob rule by communists versus governance by elected officials via principles of democracy. Which will it be in Wisconsin?
It’s only retaliation for Big Labor’s “War on America”
I’m a Hoosier. The Democrats can get out and stay the Hell out. We’re taking names, Dems, and will see you next election.
Using the phrase "so-called" makes this "report" an opinion piece and not a straight report, but it is not labeled as opinion. Either the reporter or the editor is playing fast and loose with how things should be reported, but I guess the "media" can get away with this as the article is liberal-spin.
These people are not honoring the will of the people.
We cannot give them their way or we are done.
“and so-called right-to-work legislation....”
The new spin term. Ever heard any MSM report refer to pro-abortion as “so called” pro choice legislation.
Gov. Mitch Daniels signaled this afternoon that Republicans should to drop the right-to-work bill that has brought the Indiana House to a standstill for two days and imperiled other measures.
Daniels told reporters this afternoon that he expects House Democrats will return to work if the bill dies. It would be unfortunate if other bills are caught up in the turmoil, he said.