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Friday, February 18, 2011

The Thugs, The Bums, The Leaches of Society - Meet the Wisconsin Public Unions and Democrats



The issue is the Ohio public unions are being made to contribute to their own gold-plated healthcare and their plunderous, bloated and obscene pensions, all paid for by the struggling Wisconsin taxpayers. These so called teachers and union slugs, all fattened at the public trough are squealing like the pigs they are as they demagogue in their "Day's of Rage."

Let us hope the Wisconsin governor has his "Air Traffic Controllers" moment. Let them protest. Let them bring attention to the taxpaying public about the incredible privilege and greed of the grossly entitled public unions.

7 comments:

  1. The Real Wisconsin PatriotFri Feb 18, 01:56:00 AM EST

    TEACHERS & BROTHER UNION MEMBERS UNIT!
    YEA, the teabaggers (organized by out of state people, paid for by koch brothers and other right wing-nazis, john birchers), are going to come to Wisconsin to tell them how to BREAK UNIONS, DESTROY PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND DESTROY THE LAST VESTIGAGE OF THE MIDDLE CLASS!
    WELL, WE WILL NOT TAKE IT ANY MORE, WE ARE GOING TO STAND UP TO THESE LUKE-WARM RACIST TEABAGGERS AND TAKE BACK THE STATE, THE NATION!
    VIVA LE REVOLUTION!

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  2. ROCKFORD, Ill. -- The Clock Tower resort sits about 65 miles from the state Capitol building in Madison. And despite being in Rockford, Ill., that was where some Senate Democrats decided to do business on Thursday. They said it was by design to avoid a vote on Gov. Scott Walker's controversial budget repair bill.
    "When you have a call of the house you can be taken back by local authorites. In Rockford, we knew that wouldn't happen," said Sen. Mark Miller.
    Some of the 14 Senate Democrats said they chose to leave the state because it would give lawmakers and residents a chance to discuss the bill.
    "We feel that by delaying the vote a while, the people of the state will have more opportunity to talk about this. They can discuss it among themselves and decide if what the governor has proposed is a good idea or not," said Sen. Jim Holperin.

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  3. Where would all of you be without your precious 8 hour work days and many other working conditions that the unions got for you. Time to stand up against you brainless fascist tea baggers.that want to take this country back to the 1920s.

    Most of you tea baggers have been thoroughly duped by the the rich along with the Limbaughs and Becks and Hannitys of the world into believing that the wealthy and their bought and paid for conservative politicians care about them and are working for their best interests.

    Why do you think one of the main items on their agenda is to destroy decent public education and unions?

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  4. Ah yes, that is what we hear from the "Hard Working Teachers."

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  5. … the same teachers that get a twelve week vacation?

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  6. “Some of what I've heard coming out of Wisconsin, where you're just making it harder for public employees to collectively bargain generally seems like more of an assault on unions,” ... “And I think it's very important for us to understand that public employees, they're our neighbors, they're our friends.” - Barack Hussein Obama

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