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    You were all so OUTRAGED that Wisconsin Republicans were working to eliminate collective Bargaining. Why not a peep when Massachusetts does it?
     
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    “We are going to fight this thing to the bitter end,’’ Robert J. Haynes, president of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, told the Boston Globe last night. “Massachusetts is not the place that takes collective bargaining away from public employees.’’


    peep
     
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    Well, there's two........ :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Not gonna let this die. WHY IS IT Wisconsin stopping collective bargaining is bad but Massachusetts doing it is fine?
     
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    Umm that was just one question.

    Mass did it too?
     
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    Why do Republicans hate American workers having rights?

    Oh, I forgot, Republicans are "owned" by corporations. Hope that helps them get jobs. Hasn't worked so far.
     
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    Yep. Only Republicans are "owned" by corporations. Meanwhile...the CEO of GE/NBC sits on freakin' Obama's admin board!! And just so happens that GE/NBC paid ZERO dollars in taxes this year. Hmmm. But I'm sure Obama is absolutely uninfluenced by GE/NBC, right?


    GySgt, I'll answer your question: Because a right winger did it in Wisky. Thats why. Liberals are open to ANY idea so long as a Democrat proposes it. The "Mandatory Kick a Puppy Day" bill would be supported if Obama was the one proposing it. The "Ban on Kicking Puppies in the Balls" bill would be called racist if a GOP member proposed it. Simple as that.
     
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    Wonder what these liberal moonbats are going to say when Gov. Moonbeam Brown here in Cali tries to do it?

    'cause he's been talking about it!
     
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    Because liberals are inconsistent and partisan.

    But that doesn’t undermine or negate the serious issue of destroying collective bargaining rights.
     
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    Who told you it was "fine?"
     

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