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Even FDR thought that Public Employee Unions were a bad idea.
Obama’s Department of State has begun to use our tax dollars to pay for refurbishing Mosques around the world — and provide them with the Internet — while our nation continues to go deeply into debt.
This was posted in May 2010, but I’ve bumped it up because it shines a light on what is going on in Wisconsin.
“Unions in this country got started because industry took advantage of workers. But these days, it seems to be the other way around. I am not talking about unions in the private sector. Private sector union workers should be free to get what they can. If private sector unions get too much (health care, pensions and pay), it is the fault of company management.” Read more …
Thank you Kathi!
This public employee union boss, who is paid with your tax dollars, actually called folks like you and me “mentally retarded” for working to cut spending.
Again, this isn’t some nameless, faceless guy — John Gage is the President of the American Federation of Government Employees Union and he’s calling fellow citizens “mentally retarded” for wanting to cut federal spending which by the way is expected to run a record $1.5 trillion deficit this coming fiscal year. We shared our video with FOX News and they ran it multiple times. Read more »
Although this hasn’t been updated in 20 years, it’s bound to bring back memories!
“Interesting that The Seattle Times chooses this point in time to bring up the Koch brothers, with nary a mention of the racist and hateful rhetoric that was recently evidenced by those with such aversion to them”
The wealth of a nation depends on how much it produces, not how much it spends. America’s industrial base has been undermined and dismantled, the wealth (of production) transferred to poor, third world countries by taxing and regulating our industries out of existence in America. Making energy prohibitively expensive contributes to economic collapse. Is the dismantling and transference of our industries intentional?
Thanks John from PSCU.
Is there hope for WA?
“For the first time since 1964, Maine Republicans captured the governorship, the senate, and the house—a trifecta made possible, boasts GOP mastermind Charlie Webster as he chews on his ham and cheese omelet, because “we represent the working people” and were able to convince voters of this.”
See this article in the Weekly Standard