Friday, February 18, 2011

Wisconsin battleground

Stand strong, Gov. Walker! Don’t back down from these union thugs…that includes the ‘head organizer’ spouting off from the White House!
Wisconsin Gov. Defends Budget Bill
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/video/wisconsin-governor-defends-budget-repair-bill-12932843
Walker Calls Boycott By Democrats A Stunt
http://www.wisn.com/r/26896913/detail.html
Wis. Governor Versus Unions



We knew Obama would get involved in this, but we could see his and the Dems fingerprints all over it from the beginning. So just like the aggressive moves of the DOJ against Arizona and the EPA against Texas, Obama sics the DNC on Wisconsin.
“Obama’s Assault on Wisconsin” by Keith Koffler
http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2011/02/18/obamas-assault-wisconsin/


These public sector employees are getting better pay, better pensions than the private citizens employing them! Gov. Walker is looking at one of two scenarios: layoff several thousand public employees (mostly teachers) to make up for the budget shortfall, or make smaller pinches across the board that allow everyone to keep their jobs, while reducing the debt of the state. He chose to wisely pursue the latter, knowing that in any case he’d have to take on monopolized unionism. Keep in mind that this ‘pinch’ asks of the public sector employees to pay about half of what their private sector counterparts are paying for benefits.
Governor Walker Introduces Budget Repair (02-11-11)
http://www.transition.wi.gov/journal_media_detail.asp?locid=177&prid=5622


And with Obama getting involved, his double standard towards unions persists. He constantly insists that to get out of this debt crisis everyone must share in the pain, “Everybody’s got to give.” But when it comes to public sector unions, not so much? In Obama’s mind, they should be exempted from feeling the pain. Why? Well, it probably has something to do with the fact that they’re a major constituency group, dependent on gov’t subsidies; therefore, he can’t afford for them to be affected and ticked off.  Apparently, when it comes to ‘everybody giving’, we can’t rely on the public sector, like we ALWAYS have on the private.


Michelle Malkin’s latest column begins with “Welcome to the reckoning.” This lady is doing a FANTASTIC job in exposing the high stakes that not only Wisconsin’s facing, but that we’re ALL facing in this debt struggle, climbing out of it, and defeating the monopolized forces that stand in the way of an honest and REAL recovery.
Apocalypse Now: Wisconsin vs. Big Labor; Plus: More out-of-state union recruiting & another teacher speaks up for Walker; police order for AWOL Dems; America agrees: End public union monopoly
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/02/18/apocalypse-now-wisconsin-vs-big-labor/


Exposing the numbers behind salaries and benefits…and the shuttling in of outside forces.
Watch Wisconsin, Part IV: Salary info Big Labor doesn’t want you to see; statewide strike looms, teachers’ union recruits out-of-state protesters
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/02/17/watch-wisconsin-part-iv-the-salary-info-big-labor-doesnt-want-you-to-see/


This fantastic lady has OWNED this story since Day 1:
Watch Wisconsin: SEIU, teachers’ unions attempt state hijacking over cuts
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/02/16/watch-wisconsin-seiu-teachers-unions-attempt-state-hijacking-over-cuts/
Watch Wisconsin, Part II: Union thugs scream at “Hosni Walker/”Mubarak of the Midwest;” striking teachers tote students to protest
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/02/16/watch-wisconsin-part-ii-union-thugs-scream-at-hosni-walkermubarak-of-the-midwest-striking-teachers-tote-students-to-protest/
Watch Wisconsin, Part III: A state government employee speaks; Madison schools, plus 7 other districts shut down a second day; Michael Moore says Wisconsin is the “new Cairo;” Dems boycott legis. debate
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/02/17/watch-wisconsin-part-iii-a-state-government-employee-speaks-madison-schools-plus-7-other-districts-shut-down-a-second-day/


These people making ridiculous statements in the streets are teaching students? God help us. The children are being used as pawns, and the NEA, SEIU, Democrat Party, special interests don’t give a damn about ‘the children’.

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