Public Sector Meltdown

As evidenced by the events in Wisconsin, public employee unions have jumped the shark. The “I don’t care about defects, give me my money” attitude is disgusting. It’s actions like this that demonstrate to the nation the moral bankruptcy of unions and will make it easy to reign them in.

It’s about time.

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6 Responses to Public Sector Meltdown

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  2. Kristopher says:

    Even FDR recognized that allowing gov. employee unions to make political contributions was a bad, bad idea.

  3. Bubblehead Les says:

    Reign them in? I vote for Extinction! Let them negotiate for their jobs like the rest of us have to. $50,000 a year for 9 months work, plus $25,000 a year in Benefits, and they’re bitching because they have to pay towards their own Pensions and Health Care? Frack them! How hard is it to run a First Grade class room teaching the ABC’s?

  4. TBeck says:

    These same Lefties were delighted when the gubmint decided to step in and pressure banks to reduce their executive pay. I bet the shoe pinches a little bit, now.

  5. Ken says:

    People are used to thinking as directed by MiniTrue. I think it’ll take a bigger shock yet.

  6. Jess says:

    Derelicts and cowards, all the way to the Oval Office.

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