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Walker Walks the Talk, Obama talks about the Walk

Pat299 Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 3:37 AM
My husband worked for a major US company for many years, when contract negotiation came up, there were union people sitting on one side of the table, company attorneys and CPAs sat on the other side. They battled it out and worked out details of the new contract. Sometimes it got pretty heated, but they worked it fairly for both sides. Who sits on the other side of the table when public employees are negotiating a new contract? Any taxpayers on the other side of the table? It's not fair bargaining if the people who have to pay for the contract are not represented and only get a bill for the contract. Private contract information including pay and retirement benefits is public information but the public sector information is not. Why?

Gov. Scott Walker Walked his Talk. He faced down a militant, union-led effort to drive him from office. Scott Walker never lacked courage. It took steely determination not to buckle in the face of militant unions who “occupied” the stately Wisconsin capitol in Madison when Walker’s reforms were first voted on. For two years, leftists have been howling. One of their speakers at a get out the (union) vote rally actually compared Scott Walker’s reforms to the 9/11 attacks on our country. And this is the crowd that is forever lecturing us on civility.

Gov. Walker’s stand up courage can...