Originally posted by sh76Yes, let the middle class and union crushing begin... or continue!!
After all that... A gung-ho anti-union capitalist budget cutter cruises to a relatively easy win in a blue(ish) state.
Maybe the people finally are starting to get serious about deficit reduction.
Originally posted by PsychoPawnYeah because the middle class consists entirely of unions that have a "right" to collect dues by force and then use the money to bribe politicians.
Yes, let the middle class and union crushing begin... or continue!!
Let the terrible job creation record continue.
Originally posted by SleepyguySo you put up a strawman and then I'm forced to respond to someone else's question?
If that's a strawman then answer sh76's question. How is Walker "crushing the middle class?"
Originally posted by PsychoPawnIt's my question as well. It's the OBVIOUS question. You said the middle class is being crushed. How is that so? Is the middle class being crushed by:
So you put up a strawman and then I'm forced to respond to someone else's question?
Sorry, just because you're making such a ridiculous demand makes me more likely not to answer the question.
Originally posted by sh76Since there is definitely data that shows that in higher unionized states the general middle class (which includes non-union jobs) is stronger.
How has Scott Walker been crushing the middle class?
Originally posted by SleepyguyC) public employees losing their jobs.
It's my question as well. It's the OBVIOUS question. You said the middle class is being crushed. How is that so? Is the middle class being crushed by:
a) a balanced budget
b) public employees keeping their jobs
You fill it in.
Originally posted by SleepyguyYou think Walker's plan just ends where it started? Really are you that naive?
They had a choice before?
What prevents a public employee from remaining a union member?
Originally posted by PsychoPawnPublic employees make up what, maybe 5% of the population of WI? So some of this 5% losing their jobs, and others having compensation reduced equals "crushing the middle class" of WI?
C) public employees losing their jobs.
D) public employees who keep their jobs having their salaries, pensions reduced significantly.
Is part of it.