First of all, that is false. Look at my statistics again. Massive corporations gave dozens of millions of dollars to BOTH parties, not just the republicans. Second, 94 mil versus 190 mil is also irrelevant, IMHO. It's like comparing the death rates under Hitler and Stalin and claiming Hitler was more benevolent than Stalin because he killed less people. In the end, they're both psychopathic murderers and in the end, both political parties are prostituting themselves to corporate and union interests.The liberals received $94.1 M and the Conservatives received $190 M. Is that what you call marginal? If you remove the Unions from the picture than all of the big money goes to the GOP.
Again, false.Than why was all of the big corporate money in 2010 going to support one side?
Usually, the six-figures come after overtime pay is factored into the equation. Teachers and administrators may be the exception. But firefighters, police, and garbage men are making around 75K a year before overtime and after overtime kicks in, they're well into the six-figure range. Source = 60 Minutes.The average income for Wisconsin educators which includes administrators is $75,000 (and that amount includes benefits). I am only counting five figures.