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Left Wingers to Finance Wisconsin 14 – CDN Fights Back

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  1. Joke of the Day :
    A unionized public employee, a member of the Tea Party, and the CEO of a large corporation are sitting at a table. In the middle of the table is a plate with a dozen cookies on it. The CEO reaches across and takes 11 cookies…looks at the tea partier and says, “Watch out for that union guy, he wants a piece of your cookie.”

    Corporate America loves conservative folks for helping to advance their agenda, which they’ve convinced them is also in their own best interests. They are the true enemy of the middle class, not unions which have helped to raise the standard of living for everyone and increased the rights of all workers, something that wealthy corporate donors cannot claim.

    • A more realistic scenario:

      So in your magically, unrealistic scenario, exactly where did those cookies come from? I want to understand precisely what the CEO is taking 91.6% of. Your story is a logical fallacy invented by your union masters.

      “If you choose unity over individual liberty, you have simply volunteered yourself into the company of slaves.”

  2. I think it’s funny that the left-wing lemmings are saying it is union busting to give workers the right to choose to spend 1,000.00 a year to support an organization who said itself it is only about political power and not about helping people keep their jobs. Funny how Dems call Republicans cowards who are actually doing the hard part and making people get used to the fact that in order for the state to get better you can’t listen to a couple of fat rich people who want to steal money from people’s pockets and call it protecting workers rights when really all they’re doing is making it easier to take people’s money and ignore those who give them the money. It’s funny how the Pro-union people for the most part are Jesse Jackson’s age. All we have to do is wait for the dinosaur’s to move out of the way and the real work can begin to restore login and common sense. Dems are proving time and again that logic and common sense are items that are rejected by Dems as they love to bask in a self-made spotlight and be total hypocrites who feel they can do whatever they want because they feel that they’re entitled to everything and that if you’re a Dem you deserve everything provided for freely by the Gov’t and how dare the gov’t ask it’s people to take care of themselves.

  3. Wisconsin is, scratch that, was a wonderful state until Scott Walker showed up. A little history lesson. Before becoming governor, he was Milwaukee’s county exec. There he fired workers in Milwaukee, replaced them with out of state workers headed up by a criminal. Long story short, Milwaukee’s been forced to rehire and repay state workers to clean up after Walker.

    Furthermore, if collective bargaining for teachers is such a detriment to students as Walker seems to suggest, why is it that Wisconsin students’ SAT scores are second only to Iowa, another collective bargaining state while the states with 44th, 47th, 48th, 49th, and 50th worst SAT scores are states that prohibit collective bargaining.

    It’s one thing to try to make an argument for your position based on facts. But at this site, most are just making ideological arguments that have no basis in reality.

    I am a non-union, proud Wisconsinite. I would like to retire to a warmer location but haven’t been able to find a southern state that comes close to the high standards for education, integrity, and good government that we have in this state. I’ll put on boots and shlep around in the snow rather than endure the disrespect afforded education and government in many of the more temperate areas of the country. So I applaud and support those 14 Senators who love Wisconsin enough to leave it in order to save it. And for those of you who weren’t lucky enough to have been educated in Wisconsin, you are probably unaware of the fact that Abraham Lincoln, a Republican, did the same thing as the Wisconsin 14. He fled the Illinois legislature in order to stop a vote that would have ended the Illinois state bank. You all should come to Wisconsin. We could teach you a thing or two.