A Bizarro Robin Hood

Teachers should take cuts, pay more for health benefits and pensions while the rich should get tax breaks.  Hmm.  Governor Walker of Wisconsin has now donned the role of a bizarro Robin Hood!!  Or is he using the deficit as an excuse to hurt public sector unions? 

even as he proclaims that Wisconsin faces a terrible fiscal crisis, he has been pushing through tax cuts that make the deficit worse. Mainly, however, he has made it clear that rather than bargaining with workers, he wants to end workers’ ability to bargain.

The Senate Democrats in the State of Wisconsin went into hiding because at least one Democrat needs to be present to vote on the bill to ban collective bargaining rights of public employees in the State.  
 Teachers protest
It must be catching—the fleeing bit, I mean –because the Democrats in the State of Indiana are also AWOL, battling the same issue. 
At this rate, the people of Wisconsin might as well try and become like Belgium which has managed without a government for 255 days, longer than Iraq.   An absence of a government in Belgium does not worry its people although the unemployment rate there is 8 %.  A “nonexistent national government is unable to spend any money, which has proved an economical policy“. 
No pay for Governors and Senators and Wisconsin can still keep the unions.  An answer to its prayers!

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One thought on “A Bizarro Robin Hood

  1. I was watching the Daily show's analysis of the circus that is Wisconsin Politics. For being a fake Comedy News show, It does raise some very valid issues. I hope those doorknob Show hosts on the FOX News channel pay attention to their inconsistencies.

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