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Teacher's Unions Earn "F" for Wisconsin Recall Abuse

Cal18 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 11:40 AM
Walker's win in Wisconsin is the most important event in GOP politics since the 2010 landslide. It shows we have not only the momentum but the right policies. The country was war weary after eight years of Bush and his spending (even though much was due to Pelosi/Reid.) The gave "hope & change" a whirl. The cure turned out to be worse than the illness. I have hope again. Real hope that America will not fall off a fiscal cliff following the Democrats pied pipers. Thanks to the hard work of the people of Wisconsin, America won last night. Now let's turn 2012 into a repeat of 2010 and take America back!
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 12:12 PM
Don't celebrate quite yet. THe exit polls also established a clear majority of Wisconsin voters, including those who voted for Walker, prefer Obama over Romney and see Obama as better protecting the middle class than the Republican vulture capitalist. What the Wisconsin recall election proved was that taxpayers want state employee unions reined in - but they do NOT want the country clubbers running the country.
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 12:53 PM
The same exit polls that were saying that Walker and Barrett were deadlocked?
Don't make me laugh. I already have enough other stuff to laugh about today.
dahni Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 1:36 PM
I agree. We have Greed and Self-Interests hurting America from the Leftists, and Self-Interests and Greed hurting America from the Rightists. We must, somehow, stop those fringers from hurting the majority of Americans.
worker Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 2:56 PM
Walker proved that conservative fiscal policies work. They will work on a national level too.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 5:12 PM
Don't believe the polls, they are being cooked to over done.
They really outdid themselves. In Wisconsin and across the nation, public school employee unions spared no kiddie human shields in their battle against GOP Gov. Scott Walker's budget and pension reforms. Students were the first and last casualties of the ruthless Big Labor war against fiscal discipline.

To kick off the yearlong protest festivities, the Wisconsin Education Association Council led a massive "sickout" of educators and other government school personnel. The coordinated truancy action -- tantamount to an illegal strike -- cost taxpayers an estimated $6 million. Left-wing doctors assisted the campaign by supplying fake medical excuse notes to teachers who ditched...