Wisconsin judge puts union law on hold

Wisconsin judge puts union law on hold

There are 156 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Mar 18, 2011, titled Wisconsin judge puts union law on hold. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

The monthlong saga over Gov. Scott Walker's plan to drastically curb collective bargaining rights for public workers in Wisconsin took a turn Friday that could force a dramatic rebooting of the entire legislative process.

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Obskeptic

Novi, MI

#153 Mar 20, 2011
Sandy from Shoreview wrote:
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Because Governor Walker is a reasonable guy and he hoped the Run-away Democrats would eventually return to do their job - like it or not. He was wrong; they wouldn't suck it up and return to the Capitol so he proceeded with the State's work without them - within the laws as written by some of those very Runaways. Bottom line: they lost!
You nailed it. Of course that is what the governor was waiting for, and he didn't get it because they were not reasonable and were unwilling to participate in democracy. If the process doesn't work for them (democrats) then they refuse to be part of the process. It is just that simple folks. I find Flatblade to be one of the more reasonable liberals to exchange opinions and facts with. Nothing like Barbara, Yeah, Rider, or so many others from the left.
Pete

Grand Rapids, MI

#154 Mar 20, 2011
All union meetings, public and private alike, are in the back rooms and behind closed doors and locked to the public.

The world of collective bargaining is how to play the system and win...

it's the "Evil Empire" incarnate.
Pete

Grand Rapids, MI

#155 Mar 20, 2011
Obskeptic wrote:
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You nailed it. Of course that is what the governor was waiting for, and he didn't get it because they were not reasonable and were unwilling to participate in democracy. If the process doesn't work for them (democrats) then they refuse to be part of the process. It is just that simple folks...
You got that part right. After all, it's a democrat invented procedure that BO himself taught in school and brought to the world of today's politics with his obamacare.

Since: Feb 07

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#156 Mar 20, 2011
Electric Wizard wrote:
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Are you calling our military marxist? You ought to have your nuts sliced off so you can't breed.
If the military reports to a Leadership that defends the Constitution, and not a king, I have no problem.
Livinn a better place

AOL

#157 Mar 20, 2011
Pete wrote:
All union meetings, public and private alike, are in the back rooms and behind closed doors and locked to the public.
The world of collective bargaining is how to play the system and win...
it's the "Evil Empire" incarnate.
AHhhhh...so that`s how gov. Walker and the Republicans gave the two SPECOAL unions privlege. I wondered how the fire fighters and the Brotherhood of police pulled that off with them.

Thanks for the insight.
Pete

Grand Rapids, MI

#158 Mar 20, 2011
Livinn a better place wrote:
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AHhhhh...so that`s how gov. Walker and the Republicans gave the two SPECOAL unions privlege. I wondered how the fire fighters and the Brotherhood of police pulled that off with them.
Thanks for the insight.
One step at a time boy...

sit back and wait.
Question Authority

Dumfries, VA

#159 Mar 21, 2011
She needs to be escorted out the door too.
Question Authority

Dumfries, VA

#160 Mar 21, 2011
hateyourlies wrote:
<quoted text> What bs. What you really want is the government and the economy run by corporate shills like Walker, and people that work for a living making two bucks an hour with no benefits. Most of you clowns posting here and screaming about your taxes, don't even pay for your share of the roads and police service. Not to mention the billions in corporate subsidies your Republithug party has been expanding for thirty years.
You want to know what a "shill" looks like go get a mirror.
Question Authority

Dumfries, VA

#161 Mar 21, 2011
lol wrote:
The felon party tried to illegally pass this bill. It was all for nothing. Once a criminal always a criminal. Walker will have to get koch to buy the legisaltures one more time. These legislatures were flown to Washington and rewarded for this job not done. Typical GOP reward some one for job not accomplished. I thought only cops got rewarded for nothing.
Man, I don't see ANY rational arguement here. You monkey's are good at throwing poo when you're backed into a corner. You haven't seen ANYTHING yet.
James

United States

#162 Mar 25, 2011
Paul wrote:
<quoted text> LOL
No, actually I'm a realist-
but, I fear a revolution will be coming soon.
If you're a realist tell me how anything the Dems do is longterm sustainable?

Since: Feb 07

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#164 Mar 25, 2011
Livinn a better place wrote:
<quoted text>So your calling the fire fighters and EMT`s Marxist?

Do you even have nuts?
I am calling Obama a Charlie Sheen wannabe.
Just ask.
Paul

Saint Paul, MN

#165 Mar 25, 2011
James wrote:
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If you're a realist tell me how anything the Dems do is longterm sustainable?
It's never sustainable due to the Republicans giving everything back to BIG businesses.
And do those businesses, in return, create jobs? Hell no!

Tax breaks are the major contributing factor for State deficits.
James

United States

#166 Mar 26, 2011
Paul wrote:
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It's never sustainable due to the Republicans giving everything back to BIG businesses.
And do those businesses, in return, create jobs? Hell no!
Tax breaks are the major contributing factor for State deficits.
That is BS... if the states didn't over spend they wouldn't have to rape the rich, so the tax breaks is not a major contributer... Democrats can't stay on budget and they operate off of "that would be nice" instead of "can we afford it"
Obskeptic

Farmington, MI

#167 Mar 26, 2011
Paul wrote:
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It's never sustainable due to the Republicans giving everything back to BIG businesses.
And do those businesses, in return, create jobs? Hell no!
Tax breaks are the major contributing factor for State deficits.
So when the 2012 election cycle kicks into full gear, and the majority of big corporate money ends up in the Obama bank account, what will you say then Paul? Big corporations don't give a rats ass who they give their money too. Their paying for the best government money can buy, whether an R or a D is next to the name. Do you understand that?

Since: Feb 07

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#168 Mar 26, 2011
A Judicial overreach is expensive and a civic distraction. What is the Judge's history with non judicial judgement about mob rule and fiscal irresponsibility?

Since: Nov 08

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#169 Jun 3, 2012
Michael Moore is eating crow, besides everything else on the planet. He farts like a cow and smells like a Douche-bagger democrat

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