"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
Ah yes, Big bad business....Tell me Randy, when business leaves the state looking for better states to do business in, what good do the workers for those companies think that higher taxes got them? Ask Boeing in the Seattle area....We in SC thank the state of WA for letting us have that company.what about those tax breaks for big business?
the concessions the governor wants, and would get if he honestly were only interested in the budget, amount to only around 10% of the budget shortfall.....what about that other 90 or so % j? or is that the fault of the unions as well?
No, which is why I suspect he left in CB for wages. It is about unfunded liabilities that will bankrupt the state. Putting it off until another poison pill can be injected is insane. Fix the problem and that means you can't get back what is a problem now.
Tell me. What is the problem with taxpayers having a voice in how their money's being spent?
Thank you, Quazi!
On polls, it's funny how you libs like to use polls when they push the results you want to show, but in any other case you question the polls ability to accurately measure anything. For example, what polls? What questions were asked? How were the people chosen to participate? etc.
As far as Walker's "anti-Union" agenda, I would think you'd be smarter than that. If he truly had anti Union goals, then why allow CB to remain in any aspect? No, this is about the budget, and you know it. The childish thing here is how these PS Unions are acting when it comes to the sacrifice they know they have to give up....In the end it is about them, NOT the children.