WATCHWOMAN HEADS UP!!! What I want to bring to your attention is that YOU, Mr. & Mrs. Tax Payer – pay the wages of every public union employee, not some other guy, it’s YOU! Who is representing YOU at the negotiating table? YOU are the one who gets the screws to your ever-thinning wallet for every dollar every public union worker gets added to his. Why is it that so many people in the newsrooms are all for the public unions? HELLO??? THE PEOPLE IN THE NEWSROOMS ARE REPRESENTED BY UNIONS! They know that unions get them more and more and more and more and more! But YOU, Mr. & Mrs. Tax Payer, keep footing the bill. Like Wisconsin, we have SB 5 in Ohio and the unions and the newsroom people are all joined together with all the other unions in repealing SB 5. In Ohio, we elected Republicans to the Assembly in Columbus and a new Republican Governor because we were sick to death of what the Democrats were doing–bleeding us taxpayers dry–in Ohio. But now, hundreds upon hundreds of union employees are standing in front of public buildings getting signatures to repeal SB 5 so they can make more money — and you and me, Mr. & Mrs. Ohio Tax Payer, should be happy to pay them more and more and more in Ohio — because, well, the teachers need more and more and more. You don’t need your money. They do! They’re entitled to it! You need to make sure those teachers get more of it! Hear me now, Ohio and Wisconsin, it’s all about the redistribution of YOUR wealth. You have it, they want it and they are gonna get it, one way or the other from YOU. The redistribution of YOUR wealth is as communist as Karl Marx. By hook or by crook, they’ll get it your money from you. If not by repeal, then by an an activist judge. Do you feel like a turnip yet? ▬ Donna Calvin
BREAKING NEWS: Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Collective Bargaining Law
Wisconsin’s law taking away nearly all collective bargaining rights from most public workers was struck down Thursday by a circuit court judge but the ruling will not be the final say in the union fight that brought tens of thousands of protesters to the Capitol earlier this year.
The state Supreme Court has scheduled arguments for June 6 to decide whether it will take the case and Republicans who control the Legislature could also pass the law a second time to avoid the open meeting violations that led to the judge’s voiding the law Thursday.