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Governor Walker of Wisconsin what have you done?

Updated on December 29, 2013

Wisconsinites voted for this?

Middle Class to pay for Koch Bros. control

With the political climate at it's all time devisiveness, the American people voted for the party rather than the individual. Americans are quickly finding out how well that works.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is a prime example of how deep pockets control American government and how quickly the middle class is the first to suffer from it.

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Health Care Reform to Anti- Union Bill

When President Obama and the Democrats were pushing for Health Care Reform, the opposing party said, "they are cramming ObamaCare down your throat." Infuriating the American people. However, today, the many that decried reform are benefitting and now call for adjustments rather than repeal.

Today, the GOP are forcing anti-union laws down the American's throat and call it a solution to the deficit. Gov. Scott Walker, obviously by his own admission on the video, has been bought and paid for by the heavy hitting, deep pocketed Koch Bros.

Once again the GOP is using the middle class to cover the excessive deficit, while granting the richest of Americans more tax incentives.

The Democrats were willing to compromise and negotiate. The Republican Party of "NO" stuck to their own way of 'my way or hit the highway' attitude to running the government. Forcing the anti-union law on America will weaken the rights of middle class workers, taramount to taxation without representation.

The unemployment rate will need to be watched carefully, placing the owness on the right individuals. The anti-union bill will in the long run deficit the middle class worker and create continued instability of the economy.

Unlike the Health Care Reform, which Americans have come to like, the anti-union bill will surely divide the GOP once again. The GOP may find it difficult to pin this one on the Democrats and may find it hard to recover party support.


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    Jillian Barclay 6 years ago from California, USA

    Dear Abecedarian,

    Scott Walker and your governor, Rick Perry, are they brothers? Put them together with Florida's governor, Rick Scott, and Michigan's governor, Rick Snyder, and you have just eliminated two previously good names for boy babies. I will now forever be suspect of anyone named Rick or Scott!

    I am trying to create some humor where there can be none! These GOP governors were created by the Koch brothers and their corporate counterparts. Destroy the middle class, the youth vote, unions, the elderly and the poor and give our government to big business!

    Shortly after the vote by the Assembly and Senate in Wisconsin, these GOP reps left the state to attend a fund raiser given by lobbyists! Shame on them! They are crooks! They don't even try to hide it anymore. They wear their corporate sponsors like medals!

    Great hub! Thank you, Abecedarian!

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    GNelson 6 years ago from Florida

    The Republicians are attacting the middle class like we haven't seen in 100 years. They are giving tax breaks to the rich while taking from single mothers and children. Scott Walker is bought and paid for and he will do anything to impress his owners. We have one here in Florida too.

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    Abecedarian 6 years ago from These United States, Texas

    From your mouth to gods ears.

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    Howard Schneider 6 years ago from Parsippany, New Jersey

    You are right on target. Governor Walker and the rest of the GOP are bought and paid for by the Koch brothers. This has energized and unified the Left and 2012 will be a great election year for Democrats.