Discussion in 'Politics' started by JBeukema, Feb 21, 2011.
PolitiFact | A firestorm in Wisconsin
The thing is that the Union has agreed to these sacrifices
so long as they retain the right to renegotiate when the situation improves
what could be more reasonable?
When the "renegotiating" resumes it will ultimately lead to the same place WI is in now.
There is nothing reasonable about having gubmint bureaucrat unions spending huge amounts of taxpayer money to get politicians elected, who will in turn decide which union demands are deemed "reasonable".
In the real world, we refer to such things as collusion, anti-trust and conflict of interest.
Nah it will be different, see they are they new kind of parasite .
We do want to treat them like private sector workers don't we?
Oh my, of course not. We would never want those teachers to be stressed out all day by the possibility of them getting fired for being crappy teachers. We want them to have a free pass to fuck up our little child's mind with their political indoctrination passed down to them from their daily injection of how to think from the union.
But its totally okay for companies to spend my money towards republican candidates?
Either none are allowed or both are allowed. Can't have it both ways.
How is a company's money, your money?
Edited to add:
I don't necessarily agree with the premise that these unions are getting taxpayer money. They are getting the teachers money.
it wont be your money
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