2 Fleebaggers Wrote Law That WI GOP Will Use to Defeat Activist Judge’s Ruling

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    It figures. :lol:

    Two Wisconsin fleebaggers wrote the law Republicans will use to defeat the political ruling yesterday by activist Judge Maryann Sumi that blocked the publication of a controversial new union law.


    The Wisconsin State Journal reported:

    Senate Rule 93 says that when the Legislature is in special session, “A notice of a committee meeting is not required other than posting on the legislative bulletin board.”

    That’s the rule Republican leaders are citing in their contention that one of the votes leading up to passage of Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial anti-union bill was legal.

    One ironic footnote: The rule was written in 1983 by two of the Democratic senators who left Wisconsin last month to avoid voting on the bill, Sen. Tim Cullen, D-Janesville, and Sen. Fred Risser, D-Madison.

    The two were among 14 senators who fled to Illinois to slow down the bill, which Walker and Republican leaders were fast-tracking through the Legislature.
     
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    LOL if you had a clue middle class republicans but you don't as those with the money pull the strings and make you dance like puppets, If you could only think for yourselves, bet we know the further right you go the less objective you are.

    But here is the truth:article written by Hertzberg

    In 1980, before Reagan’s mass firing, the top tenth of American families had amassed about a third of the nation’s income; now that figure is closer to to half. Hertzberg also notes “The top one per cent is getting a full fifth, double what it got in 1980. The super-rich—the top one-tenth of the top one per cent, which is to say the top one-thousandth—have been the biggest winners of all. What is always called their “compensation” (wage workers lucky enough to have a job simply get paid) has quadrupled
     
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    By all means ruin the unions and transfer the wealth to the top, but what you forget to understand is all you dummy's who aren't in a Union are getting screwed right along with them. The union workers haven't gained anything of great advantage over the years except to stay where they were. But now all of you, the left and the right and the poor can help the rich obtain even more as you learn to do with less and less, got to love it don't you.
     
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    So moron of an asswipe. did the two Fleebaggers write that rule or did they knot?
     
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    you unions support you own damn selves and leave the taxpayers and their money alone. do that and then we'll talk. til then stfu commie.
     
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    So what you're saying is that the workers who do work for the taxpayers (cops, firefighters, teachers, garbage collectors, etc.) are not entitled to be paid for the work they do? Who the fuck do you think you are expecting them to work for free?

    I just love it when people cry "it's my money" but they refuse to acknowlegde their DEBT.

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    :lol:

    YOU don't seem to have a clue what the topic of this thread is.

    It's about a law that Wisconsin Democrats wrote which UPHOLDS what the Republicans did.

    God only knows WTF you are going off about??? :cuckoo:
     
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    I love it when Liberal's have nothing and can only resort to ad hominem attacks and name calling.

    Yes...ACTIVIST judge!

    An activist judge is one who rules on EMOTIONS and AGENDAS while ignoring the LAW.

    This judge has done so before also.....

    You DO know it's illegal in Wisconsin for teachers to strike. Yet, while KNOWING that law, this judge ruled in favor of striking teachers against a school board that said they were breaking the law in striking.

    Again, she's IGNORING this law - written by Democrats - which was the very law the Republicans used in passing their legislation.
     
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    Give the Taxpayerrs a seat at your bargaining table then we'll talk.
     

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