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    nadinbrzezinski (1000+ posts) Wed Feb-16-11 09:09 PM
    Original message 30K thousand people at Madisson... read that again


    30K people...

    People who did not go home, people who slept in the State Rotunda.... it HAS started folks... we are now at the leading edge of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Oh Noooes!!! It's Egypt all over again!!! :eek:





    Attention Linda Numbers!!!! :D
    Where is Madison?
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    30,000,000 people? Damn, that was a lot. Why were they there? What were they doing? Why weren't they going home? Where the hell is Madisson?

    Ahhh... apparently it was 30,000 state employees in Wisconsin tossing their hats in to be part of those people who are gonna get layed off instead of having their union shit cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Where is Madison?
    It's next to da Nile. :D
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    bunch of fucknut teachers that supposedly "care for their students" by leaving them without classes for 2 days now (illegally btw) and have no alternative plans to address the state's money problems
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    Nadin posted another thread where she mis-spelled Wisconsin.
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    nadinbrzezinski (1000+ posts) Wed Feb-16-11 04:44 PM
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    We are the media; Re Winsconsin
    just blogged on it

    http://nadinbrzezinski.posterous.com/on-winsconsin

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    dumbass....ain't much of a blog, part of a paragraph claiming there is no middle class...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    bunch of fucknut teachers that supposedly "care for their students" by leaving them without classes for 2 days now (illegally btw) and have no alternative plans to address the state's money problems
    I am hearing that Wisconsin, unlike a lot of states, does not have serious money problems.

    This looks like generic union busting. Notice that the police and fire fighters weren't included which shows it is baldly political as opposed to fiscal.

    As far as the (continued) attack on the integrity of teachers, like a great many public employees, it is pretty rude to start fucking them over then clutch your pearls when they object.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arroyo_Doble View Post
    I am hearing that Wisconsin, unlike a lot of states, does not have serious money problems.

    This looks like generic union busting. Notice that the police and fire fighters weren't included which shows it is baldly political as opposed to fiscal.

    As far as the (continued) attack on the integrity of teachers, like a great many public employees, it is pretty rude to start fucking them over then clutch your pearls when they object.
    Poor teachers are asked to start contributing to their pensions and health care (like most private workers) boo fucking hoo.

    3.6 billion short fall over 3 years sounds serious to me. Works only 9 months out of the year more boo fucking hoo for them.


    On edit: I forgot everyone is against the teachers in this matter so Arroyo Doble jumps in to play the other side, its almost predicable
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