Discriminating Irreverence

The best part of the victory is the large negative impact Walker’s policies have had on the labor unions.
From NRO:
According to the Journal, when Walker first proposed his fiscal reforms in early 2011, AFSCME’s Wisconsin membership stood at a healthy 62,818. By February 2012, the labor behemoth had shrunk to 28,745. “It’s a profound shift,” says George Lightbourn, the president of the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute and the state’s former secretary of administration.

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The best part of the victory is the large negative impact Walker’s policies have had on the labor unions.

From NRO:

According to the Journal, when Walker first proposed his fiscal reforms in early 2011, AFSCME’s Wisconsin membership stood at a healthy 62,818. By February 2012, the labor behemoth had shrunk to 28,745. “It’s a profound shift,” says George Lightbourn, the president of the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute and the state’s former secretary of administration.

Goodbye unions, and screw you.


990fraternityman:

Though I don’t live in Wisconsin, I stand with Scott Walker. He lead Wisconsin out of debt for the first time in 30 years. A survey done by job creators has stated that 88% of people think Wisconsin was headed in the right direction in terms of jobs as opposed to the 10% in 2010. Clearly the man has done something right. The only reason the liberals want him out is because he is disbanding their precious unions.

There is no political evil bigger than organized labor. We must defeat the unions at every turn.

990fraternityman:

Though I don’t live in Wisconsin, I stand with Scott Walker. He lead Wisconsin out of debt for the first time in 30 years. A survey done by job creators has stated that 88% of people think Wisconsin was headed in the right direction in terms of jobs as opposed to the 10% in 2010. Clearly the man has done something right. The only reason the liberals want him out is because he is disbanding their precious unions.

There is no political evil bigger than organized labor. We must defeat the unions at every turn.

(Source: frat-rickhenry990)