Friday, March 11, 2011

Walker Signs Bill Limiting Public Unions' Collective Bargaining Rights

Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill Friday that takes away most collective bargaining for state employees on Friday.

This is a great day for the tax payers and Tea Party conservatives. The Democrats in Wisconsin were out maneuvered by the Republican Party. I wonder how it feels to know that the voters got what they voted for? For us it feels great. For the greedy public union monopoly, not so much. But since the unions don't care about the tax payers or the tax payers public property I don't think the tax payers care what the union mafia has to say.

I wish I could have seen the stupid look on the 14 anti-democracy Democrats when they got the word that they had been outmaneuvered by the Republicans in charge?

In retaliation the unions and liberals are planning a Day of Union Rage on April 4th. I'm sure they will show us how much damage they can cause on that day. They better remember that it is the voters and tax payers that pay the unions their high wages. If they think things can't get worse just keep pushing us.

The voters have spoken and they hired conservatives to clean up the mess the Democratic Party made. If the unions don't like it let them get a liberal Democrat into office to raise our taxes so they can keep living high on the hog on our money. When these union fools talk about greed, maybe they need to look in the mirror.

What are your thoughts on this fiscal correcting? Do you think that the Tea Party movement did this? Do you think the unions and liberal thugs will commit more violence and vandalism over their lose of the public union monopoly? 


  1. I think it's great that Governor Walker and the Badger 19 cared enough about the workers that they passed the legislation. They didn't want to have to lay off anyone. The unions will cut off their noses to spite their faces. Actually, they will cut off YOUR nose to spite YOUR face. No union big-wigs were going to lose any jobs. It was going to be the new teachers or the new nurses that were going to get screwed. It has been happening like that all around the country, the unions would rather see people get laid off than everyone share in the sacrifice. I love watching these idiot DimocRATS fighting for the right to get their co-worker's asses canned. LOL, how stupid can you get? They'd rather have a cowboy poetry festival then employ one more person. STUPID.

  2. Walker if nothing else stuck to HIS beliefs and Politicans of any Party doing that is a rarity. Time will tell the true ending of this Cluster Fuc*! Recalls Law Suits will follow for certain with tons of Union money in the fight. In the end I would hope the Citizens of Wisconsin decide who is on the Correct side and not out siders whos only horse in the race is Union survival and Dues.
    Lay offs appear to be off for now and that should mean something to the workers who do not Join the unemployed. Public Unions appear to be ready to sacrifice Members to keep Union power and that should say volumes to all.
    All Sates in Financial trouble will have to make same choices Wisconsin is making NOW and the ONLY solutions to me are Unions/Layoffs or workers keeping their Jobs.
    Public Unions will indeed fight tooth and nail to keep their power in all States and in time Citizens will make Final Choices. Unsubstainable Debt or LESS Union members and sadly that will be the Options

  3. Bill Clinton calls Obama's anti-drilling policies ridiculous
    Posted by Rick
    Published: March 11, 2011 - 9:06 PM
    And he agrees with George W. Bush. This ought to set some teeth on edge in the White House:

    Former President Bill Clinton said Friday that delays in offshore oil and gas drilling permits are "ridiculous" at a time when the economy is still rebuilding, according to attendees at the IHS CERAWeek conference.

    Clinton spoke on a panel with former President George W. Bush that was closed to the media. Video of their moderated talk with IHS CERA Chairman Daniel Yergin was also prohibited.

    But according to multiple people in the room, Clinton, surprisingly, agreed with Bush on many oil and gas issues, including criticism of delays in permitting offshore since last year's Gulf of Mexico spill.

    "Bush said all the things you'd expect him to say" on oil and gas issues, said Jim Noe, senior vice president at Hercules Offshore and executive director of the pro-drilling Shallow Water Energy Security Coalition. But Clinton added, "You'd be surprised to know that I agree with all that," according to Noe and others in the room.

    Clinton said there are "ridiculous delays in permitting when our economy doesn't need it," according to Noe and others.

    Of course, the agitator-and-fabricator-in-chief was in essence blaming the oil companies:

    In his Friday press conference to discuss gas prices, President Obama was rather defensive, straining to counter the notion that his administration has been unfriendly to oil drilling, something most people would like to see a lot more of these days.

    Where do people get that notion? Perhaps his Interior Department appealing a judge's ruling that it act on several pending deepwater permits had something to with it.

    Obama claimed repeatedly that he is not against drilling, then made the following comments:

    There is more we can do, however. For example, right now, the (oil) industry holds leases on tens of millions of acres -- both offshore and on land -- where they aren't producing a thing. So I've directed the Interior Department to determine just how many of these leases are going undeveloped and report back to me within two weeks so that we can encourage companies to develop the leases they hold and produce American energy. People deserve to know that the energy they depend on is being developed in a timely manner.

    In other words, Obama is arguing that the oil companies themselves may be to blame for the fact that there isn't more drilling

    Kind of unfair to pit the former lying king against the current one but who to believe this time seems pretty simple to me.


  4. Yeah, one term Walker the Koch sucker.

  5. Joe You could also argue Obama the Soros sucker and really there is very little difference just the other side of the coin!


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