Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by SabanFan, Mar 10, 2011.
WTF does Jesse Jackson have to do with Wisconsin politics?
nothing, he is just trying to stand up for workers, and teachers, who are getting their rights stripped by an extremist and corporate puppet. he probably doesn't mind being in front of a camera either. all press is good press.
Jesse Jackson makes his living by supporting the downtrodden and then soliciting "offerings" from them. It's a good living.
The same thing Bill O the clown Beck do
Again, I ask. Did you go to school?
Walker was elected to stop the financial bleeding. That's what he's doing. The Dems ran off to Illinois and were powerless to stop what happened. Maybe if they were doing their jobs they could have protected their constituents' rights. As it turned out, they left them in the lurch and left the GOP to their own devices. Sucks to be them but they have no one to blame but themselves. As for the union workers? You can always quit your job if you're not happy with the conditions. No one is forcing them to stay there.
well, the answer is that black people are not very smart and in particular they are bad at choosing leaders.
Walker did NOT campaign on ending collective bargaining rights. Had he done so, he would not have been elected. Look at the polls, this dude is about as popular in Wisconsin as Brett Favre. You still can't get over the fact that, he is stealing from workers to give tax cuts to his buddies like the Koch brothers, etc. 1.25 billion dollars cut from schools. This dude is corporate bitch, and he will be recalled, and if not, he damn sure won't be re-elected. There are ways to fix budgets without bleeding schools and workers and the middle class. Is it any coincidence that the budget shortfall is around the same amount as the tax cuts he has passed out since taking office? This is nothing more than a political move, and credit the republicans, they definitely have their sh!t together when it comes to things like this, and usually the democrats don't have enough balls to stand up to them, but the Wisconsin 14 did, and I bet Walker didn't expect it.
He campaigned on fixing the fking problem. The stupid unions, workers and Dem Senators played themselves right out collective bargaining for wages. They gambled and lost. Fuggem all. I hope Walker fires every GD one of the teachers. Stupid asses.
Extremists? Yeah, those union protesters that did 7.5 million in damage to the state house are teddy bears. I can just imagine had a tea party rally left that kind of mess what the uproar would be.
As for Jackson, we agree on your last statement. He's just ceasing an opportunity to look concerned on tv. You think he gives a rats ass about those workers? It's his agenda he's promoting, not the union people.