good for those who are already in. bad for everyone else. that's just the facts for when you artificially hike up the price for a good or service.
given our pro-government-cuts position, yes, we view the reduction of the ability of the Government Party to launder itself taxpayer money via the public unions to be a benefit, yes.i know many here , the hardcore 'conservatives' are happy with the way wisconsin turned out, but rest assured, that battle isnt over by a longshot...why are those hardcore 'conservatives' happy with what happened? because they see it as a crippling blow to the democrats, that will hurt them financially come the next election.
actually the two are one and the same. you might as well claim that republicans support entitlement reform not to avoid bankruptcy, but because they hate old people.if these 'conservatives' were honest in public, they would admit that what walker did was union busting, and had very precious little to do with 'balancing the budget' as walker claimed
seriously, you are smarter than alan greyson; don't resort to his reasoning.