Scott Walker Saves Union Jobs and Schools
OK, so there’s the recall election in Wisconsin. I’m very interested to see how people will vote. I think most of the people in the state realize what really happened and how we’ve all benefited. They’re also seeing how union people are crying over having to pay toward their pensions. They’re calling their privileges “workers rights” which is just wrong. The rights are still in place. It’s not a right to be able to be a school teacher and watch porn on your computer at school.
And then it really seems that because of what Governor Walker did, there are more union teacher jobs than if the Democrats would have been in charge. They would have had to lay off thousands of school teachers and they would have raised taxes. The school districts that had to lay off teachers were the ones that rammed through a union contract before Walker’s Act 10 could go through. The other school districts that used Act 10 had little to no layoffs – thus teacher jobs were saved, which helps kids… right? Isn’t it about the kids?
That sort of makes my neighbor’s bumper sticker kind of wrong. It says “Recall Walker and Save Union Jobs” – talk about being ignant.
And you can see there was something there before “Recall” and I’m trying to figure out what it said. I don’t know if they took a “Re-Elect Walker” bumper sticker and modified it or if it said something else. Any ideas? Replacing “Re-Elect” with “Recall” seems to be what they did. Yeah, they’re the neighbors upstairs that seem to have no idea that I live down here with all the noise they make (not raised right to respect others – and they killed a bush in front of my place by dropping something on it), so it all kind of makes sense that they don’t really get what happened and how things really are. They’re kind of clueless from what I’ve seen. It’s no wonder they got this bumper sticker wrong. Duh.
Posted: April 11th, 2012 under Uncategorized.
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