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Suck it Unions, Walker Won

Updated on June 5, 2012
Wisconsin Eaten by PACs
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You lost in Wisconsin, and now you loser liberals can go cry to mommy and hug your teddy bears, or should I say, Barbie dolls?

I am sick of unions interfering with 12 hour days, and child labor, and preventing deaths on the job! You commies hate capital so much that you think work related deaths are a bad thing? I am sick of unions keeping corporations, who know better than you, from running your schools for you and teaching kids the value of a dollar above all else. I am sick of snotty college kids, who dare vote against Walker in Madison (you’ll get yours) thinking they are better than everyone else in the state.

Obviously God hates unions; otherwise, you wouldn’t have lost so badly. What God really hates is the minimum wage that unions pushed on us. Not it’s time to get rid of it. It’s unionmaggedon (stole that one, ha ha!)

Unions were greedy to take on Walker just as they are greedy to ask for a living wage and dignity and health care and all that greedy stuff they promote to make work a better place! Don’t unions know there are corporate tax cuts to pay for? Greedy bastards!

That 30+ million dollars that went to Walker was given freely and liberals should stop whining about it! Here’s thanks to all the brave voters that voted for Walker even though he doesn’t care about whether you have a job tomorrow, or an education, or anything. Unless you are one of the people who paid for his victory with millions of dollars, why should he care?

A special thanks to all the union members who voted Walker because they couldn’t stand to have collective bargaining decisions to make. Without unions, life will be so much simpler.

Thanks to all those that voted for the plutocrat and corporate pawn for the inspiration.

Peace,
Tex Shelters

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      Ginger Ruffles 4 years ago

      What no thanks for the Koch brothers?

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      Joseph G Caldwell 4 years ago from southwest Pennsylvania

      I think this victory signals the tipping point for our dumbocracy. Money trumps intelligence.

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      Normal guy 4 years ago

      This was poorly written and it sounds like someone that has no idea that we already have 1000's Federal laws to protect workers with 1000's of safety laws and OSHA...

      The lib brain is a bitter and little one.

      Great day For America and those REAL Americans that love her!

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      Not an Obamatron 4 years ago

      Sorry your anti American agenda is falling flat on it's face. The left has been exposed for its real intent, marxism, socialism and communism. The real greedy are those that want from those that have without earning it.

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Yes, the anti-American message of fair pay, equal pay for women, health care for all, NO child labor. Yes, that is anti-American to care about others. You, sir (or Ma'am), are a GREAT example of misanthropic Americanism.

      PTxS

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      There are too many to thank Ginger. But, I thought about it.

      PTxS

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      You said it Joe!

      Just look at some of the replies.

      PTxS

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Why is it poorly written? Is it because you disagree with it. I think it was poorly read; you missed the point that corporations bought this election for Walker. But I guess you don't mind kissing Koch ass for minimum wage, or that others kiss Walton ass and still have to get food stamps because their wages are too low.

      We can disagree. You prefer faceless corporations dictating to you and taking money in a rigged system and I support all workers, even you. Unless you are a thieving plutocrat that is.

      When they are doen with the Unions normal guy, they will come after you.

      PTxS

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      nicomp really 4 years ago from Ohio, USA

      I am sick of unions forcing card check down the throats of non-union shops.

      I am sick of a UAW contract that permits each employee a 20% absentee rate before any penalty whatsoever kicks in.

      I am sick of labor unions being 5 of the top 10 campaign contributors from 1989 to 2012: http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/list.php

      I am sick of unions demanding that dues be deducted from the employees payroll checks.

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      You need to do your math again: http://www.opensecrets.org/overview/topcontribs.ph...

      Of the top ten, there are only two unions. And if you look at the totals, unions are out spent about 20 to 3.

      Also, unions have voting and some democracy. Corporations have zero democracy about where money goes.

      PTxS

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      nicomp really 4 years ago from Ohio, USA

      "Also, unions have voting and some democracy. Corporations have zero democracy about where money goes."

      That's a hoot. You have consumed all your credibility. Corporations, by definition, have shareholders who may introduce ballot initiatives upon which the other shareholders may democratically vote.

      Unions, on the other hand... card check.

      You do the math. Let me know if you need a calculator.

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Not all corporations have share holders, some are private, and most of the time, there are a few stock holders who control most of the shares. In a unions it's one worker one vote.

      So corporations are slightly democratic. But's its a democracy of money, ala a plutocracy.

      Do the math? What math. You have no clue what card check is, do you?

      http://www.calchamber.com/headlines/pages/calchamb...

      PTxS

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      nicomp really 4 years ago from Ohio, USA

      "Not all corporations have share holders,"

      Yeah, they do. You may not like the composition of the shareholders but the legal definition of a US corporation calls for at least one shareholder.

      "In a unions it's one worker one vote."

      Sure it is! The union folks vote on everything. lol

      "You have no clue what card check is, do you?"

      Unfortunately I do. 'Tis a shame that we even discuss it.

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      texshelters 4 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      One shareholder, yep. Ha ha. That's my point. Thanks. I know exactly what card check is, and so would you if you read the article I linked to.

      PTxS

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