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Scott Walker needs phone volunteers – that’s you!


If anyone wants to help Gov. Scott Walker stay in office, please consider helping by following this link. It is thorough instructions for phone bank volunteers tonight from 5-8:30pm CT (6-9:30 ET). You can do this from home anywhere!

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Wisconsin would be best to keep Scott Walker as their Governor


If the People of Wisconsin choose wisely, they will vote to not recall Governor Scott Walker. Governor Scott Walker, has shown the way to responsible government with beneficial outcomes for all Wisconsinites by being reasonable, fair to making the State as a whole stronger and a better place. The results of Act 10 (Budget Repair Act of 2011) prove the positives of curtailing the Public Union’s crony abuse that was going on. Some of the positive stats of the conservative action: Balanced budget (removing the $3.6 Billion deficit – WITHOUT increasing taxes), $150 million budget surplus, 57,000 jobs created, school budgets improving by having pay for performance and bidding out Union healthcare plans to competition. More positives for Wisconsin can be seen at http://www.reforms.wi.gov Continue reading

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2010 Wisconsin Public, Union Employees Wages


AVERAGE WAGE AND BENEFITS (remember this is for about 10 months of work) TEACHERS: Milwaukee        $86,297 Elmbrook          $91,065 Germantown     $83,818 Hartland Arrwhd    $90,285     (highest teacher was $122,952-lowest was $64,942) Men Falls          $81,099 West Bend       $82,153 Waukesha       $92,902 Sussex           $82,956 Mequon           $95,297 … Continue reading

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Bottomline: Are the Public Unions harming the States and hence the Country? Yes.


Comments on Budget-Public Unions issue battle What should occur is reasonable negotiations on the State budget. The 14 runaway WI Democrat lawmakers (as well as the runaway Indiana Democrats) should have returned to have negotiation as to what the problem … Continue reading

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News from the week, 2/25


Counter rally in Raleigh supporting Wisconsin’s Scott Walker’s effort to curtail government workers’ budget busting collective bargaining.  I call it – legalized extortion. The two sides (pro-union and anti-union)  had about equal numbers. http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/02/26/1016061/pro-union-supporters-rally-in.html =============================================== The only graph you need … Continue reading

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