April 7, 2012
Pray on, pray on!
So Scott Walker has been praying. Wow, god must be busy as a beaver keeping up with Walker's prayers. I wonder if the Koch brothers are little jealous.
In between prayer sessions, Walker has now eliminated damages for women who are discriminated against in the work place; Women now earn 77 cents to the dollar that men earn for the same work. Whoa Nelly! He has signed legislation making it nearly impossible to get insurance for abortion. His ultra-conservative agenda never misses a beat, while the recall election gets closer. Imagine what he would be doing had the uprising never happened.
As we look east to Michigan, where the most radical legislation since Dred Scott days plays out, we can imagine what Walker would be up to. Remember the Greater Milwaukee Committee wanted to replace the County Board's control over finances? It would have gone to the private world to run as the unelected people wanted it.
Michigan's Governor Snyder has taken over local governments in Benton Harbor and is now finishing up the takeover of Detroit. Amazing. Walker would, no doubt, be on the same kick in Wisconsin. Why bother with democracy; too clumsy and time consuming. Bonhoffer comes to mind: First they came for the labor leaders but I said nothing because I was not a labor leader...
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You all better pray Walker doesn't survive all this. Right now his chances look good with the Dummycraps already starting to form up circular firing squad and the unions are right in on it.
Liberals. Can't live with them, and can't shoot them!
-Griebnotz Doerkpfester | (Glad) I Escaped, WI. | April 7, 2012
...Women now earn 77 cents to the dollar that men earn for the same work... This statement does neither women nor progressives justice because it is so obviously false that it greatly undercuts the credibility of the writer.
Scott Walkers rap sheet is long enough for all of us to enjoy without dragging out that old canard.
-nonheroicvet | Disgusted, WI | April 7, 2012
I wouldn't worry so much about the power of prayer as I would the power of Koch brothers' money to buy campaigns and control our destiny. We need to break the Koch habit.
-Pietr Haikuu | Hurley, Wisc. | April 8, 2012