OH...he isn't. Instead, his bill allows him to basically give away public utilities to the businesses who lobbied him and donated to his campaign! That's why he's attacking unions and wanted to give government property away to big business.
That said, at least we agree on big business lobbying. But I won't allow a governor to force working people to forgo rights that are granted to everyone else.
i wonder what's forcing mr deleo
House votes to restrict unions - Boston.com
evidently the dem mayor and the dem appointed emergency fiscal manager of detroit, bing and bobb, don't believe in rights, either
Detroit Moves Against Unions - WSJ.com
the movement has spread as well to springfield
State managers targeted in collective bargaining bill - Springfield, IL - The State Journal-Register
Teachers Tenure Challenged
Last edited by The Prof; 06-02-11 at 04:41 PM.
This is just further stigma against the poor. One day it's the rich's fault for ruining the economy, the next it's the poor's. Honestly, Walker did this to score political points. It's not really going to change the situation. People relying on this safety net are going to fall through now and become more prone to crime, even if they are addicts.
The war on drugs is the problem here. But I suppose Walker will get kick backs now from all the additional people being sent to prison.
Make no mistake, slavery is alive and well in America today - it's called the prison system.
Last edited by Temporal; 06-02-11 at 05:57 PM.
I just realized I posted to the wrong window. Oopsies
certainly osha recommends such periodic absence from the screen, but there is nothing binding on the employer to address monitor issues
but with our union, that ability to leave the screen periodically is enforceable
winning ... again!