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Thursday, February 17, 2011

 

Is this the way gov't works

When it comes time to do tough legislation this is what they pull. The state is in a financial crisis and they are needed to deal with it.

They have run out of the peoples money and the Governor is working on remedies.

Legislators are absent to perform their duties.

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/govt-and-politics/article_01c093f0-3ac0-11e0-ba01-001cc4c002e0.html


Comments:
It'd be fine, except you know they'll eventually return.
This could be a testing wether fiscal responsibility will come about in gov't.
I see the democrat machine is out in full force on the protest generation.
You are D--- straight their out in full force because these republicans are trying to put the middle class out of business and we will not go back to the day of working to never get any where but stay in same hole as before even trying.What kind of people are you.
"What kind of people are you."
I do not know about anyone else but I am a concerned citizen where this country is at now and where it could be headed.
I want to see prosperity for anyone that desires it.

For a group of people who live off the taxpayer to be demonstrating against their employer, I find totally reprehensible. If the teachers don't like what their employer finds himself forced to do, they can quit.

The Wisconsin governor is trying to save (that's right, SAVE) 6,000 jobs. The union goons won't hear of it. They want 6,000 people thrown out in the street or under The Bus. Yet there are some who attack this Republican for trying to save 6,000 jobs. Go figure.

And just how in the world is this Republican governor trying to "put the middle class out of business"? I do not see the connection. Seems to me he is trying to keep 6,000 people in the middle class.

The way I understand it is the governor waants legislation for the teachers to share in the cost of their retirement fund.
I do not know about Wisc teachers but teachers in a state can opt out of not paying into social security which many do. If a retirement plan is fully funded by an employer would be quite a deal would it not.
If that right wing nut of a gov didn't come right in and give the big business 1000 of dollar              , which he was paying back for their support in his election, there wouldn't be a so call budget problem, there no budget problem in Wisconsin, a scheme for the republicans to broke the Union.The republicans are notorious for trying to cut off the knees of groups of people who don't usually vote for them.That 's a fact. I say recall this maniac.
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