Wis. Dems liken governor to dictator

Feb 21, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Worcester Telegram & Gazette

It took Scott Walker only a few weeks to push the Capitol into political chaos. The newly elected Republican governor of Wisconsin has set his sights on forcing public workers to pay more for benefits as he looks to balance the state's budget - savings he needs to help cover the cost of tax cuts he demanded the day he took office.

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Patrick n Angela

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Have you seen these wayward liberals? 14 missing libtard Senators with photos:
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There's way too many to put on a milk carton, so as a public service, we decided to post their 'Wanted Posters' here:
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Anyone with information as to their whereabouts of these cowardly, weasel Lugnuts are asked to contact local Animal Control Authorities.
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These Lugnut libtards are considered delusional rabid, obstinate, pathetic, and dangerous to working man society...
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McCarthy was right

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Union leaders insist they were blindsided.
“There wasn’t any belief he was going to go for the nuclear option,” said Gary Steffen, president of the Wisconsin Science Professionals, the union that represents state scientists, including crime lab analysts, biologists, chemists and foresters.“We expected concessions, but we just didn’t think there was a mandate for this. We didn’t see him getting rid of collective bargaining.”

Liar.

In the campaign, the unions ran ads warning that Walker would take away their collective bargaining rights.
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A governor that proclaims Wisconsin citizens will no longer enjoy their human right to form unions and engage in collective bargaining. Sounds like grounds to recall him, as well as prosecute him for crimes against humanity.
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tompoe wrote:
A governor that proclaims Wisconsin citizens will no longer enjoy their human right to form unions and engage in collective bargaining. Sounds like grounds to recall him, as well as prosecute him for crimes against humanity.
You're clueless.

It's not a "human right" to FORCE people to join unions. It's not a "human right" to FORCE governments into Binding Arbitration...which always favors the unions.

If any crimes have been committed, it’s in allowing public employees to “negotiate” sweetheart deals with other public employees. It’s nothing less than political patronage, fraud, and theft.

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