Wisconsin+Democrats=

Pussies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. bvilleyellowdog says:

    …a phony WI debit crisis invented by a regressive wing-nut of a governor.
    Some of the most abusive employers seem to be tax payers.
    The good news is this ludicrous overstepping will prevent him from doing much of anything else.
    Reminds me of Dubby “spending his political capital”
    Or that clown in Virginia who came out with all sorts of regressive stuff early on – and then had to walk it back because it was OMG illegal and/or just unacceptable.

    Every so often the stone faced (bald faced) lies are revealed for what they really are and the pretenses to “libertarianism”, “neo-conservatism”, “conservatism”, or what-have-you are revealed for the propagandistic balderdash they really are.

  2. Alfie says:

    You’re wrong.
    First and foremost the WI debt may indeed pale in comparison to other states issues like California but it is still facing a problem. One part of the long term solution is what the gov. has rolled out. Contrary to the hysterics of the usual leftist suspects it is overall a very reasonable plan.
    The response by the unions will as all the facts are revealed not garner them support but further alienate them and weaken whatever strength they think they had.
    Lest we forget the pussy legislators who are actually hiding and shirking their duties. they don’t even have the stones to vote against the plan and show some principles.They not unlike the Federal level pussies with their episode of reconciliation show their true colors.
    Good bye

  3. bvilleyellowdog says:

    No you are wrong. I called out your crap and you answered nothing.
    Are you abusive employer? A banksta? Or just a Faux retard?

  4. Alfie says:

    Ummm dog,you called out nothing. You put forth mindless rhetoric [mumble mumble…] you said nothing! You also didn’t ASK anything so what am I to answer?? In closing on your last comment you use the terms “banksta” and “faux retard”. These are classic group-think vocabulary selections. Bravo!

  5. Alfie says:

    I’m sure this is making the rounds in certain circles but I like it:

    The desire of Government employees for fair and adequate pay, reasonable hours of work, safe and suitable working conditions, development of opportunities for advancement, facilities for fair and impartial consideration and review of grievances, and other objectives of a proper employee relations policy, is basically no different from that of employees in private industry. Organization on their part to present their views on such matters is both natural and logical, but meticulous attention should be paid to the special relationships and obligations of public servants to the public itself and to the Government.

    All Government employees should realize that the process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service. It has its distinct and insurmountable limitations when applied to public personnel management. The very nature and purposes of Government make it impossible for administrative officials to represent fully or to bind the employer in mutual discussions with Government employee organizations. The employer is the whole people, who speak by means of laws enacted by their representatives in Congress. Accordingly, administrative officials and employees alike are governed and guided, and in many instances restricted, by laws which establish policies, procedures, or rules in personnel matters.

    Particularly, I want to emphasize my conviction that militant tactics have no place in the functions of any organization of Government employees. Upon employees in the Federal service rests the obligation to serve the whole people, whose interests and welfare require orderliness and continuity in the conduct of Government activities. This obligation is paramount. Since their own services have to do with the functioning of the Government, a strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government until their demands are satisfied. Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to support it, is unthinkable and intolerable. It is, therefore, with a feeling of gratification that I have noted in the constitution of the National Federation of Federal Employees the provision that “under no circumstances shall this Federation engage in or support strikes against the United States Government.”

    HERE

  6. Alfie says:

    Nice thing the doctor passing out notes without a legit exam and the teachers accepting them huh?

  7. Alfie says:

    Krugman shows his irrelevance and partisan blindness in that piece. He also does little to fully help his side as he actually weaves in and out of truths and half truths that are exactly what and why Wisconsin is doing what it is doing.

  8. Alfie says:

    the pdf of the Wisconsin bill as of 2/14 HERE
    I’d invite folks to go check it out. Rational folks can appreciate that the bill is quite sound. Not only does it address the subjects being distorted in the press and blogosphere but shows a committment to workers and the taxpayers in other important areas.
    The transfer of employees to the Hospital Authority as opposed to be under a state dept.The creation of competitive health care plans and insurance plans for local governments.
    And here’s a biggie that I can’t understand how anyone could curse it. The annual recert of the unions. Although I concede being without representation for the federally mandated year can be a drag (the result of decerting a union) the ability to vote out a shitty union seems to me to be a classic workers rights kind of thing.

  9. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I love how leaving your job and running to another state so votes can’t go on is NOT being called obstruction by some people who would otherwise love to toss around such a term.

  10. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Obstruction in opposition to fascism is patriotism. It needs to spread,

  11. bvilleyellowdog says:

    obstruction??? The Congressional repugs did that for the past two years – but THAT WAS OK for regressives.

  12. Tex Taylor says:

    Every so often the stone faced (bald faced) lies are revealed for what they really are and the pretenses to “libertarianism”, “neo-conservatism”, “conservatism”, or what-have-you are revealed for the propagandistic balderdash they really are.

    😆 Dawg, you are dumb. You’re world is collapsing and you don’t even know it. I guarantee you this. Whatever happens to America this day forward, the only way it survives is to purge you and your ilk to the fringes.And that is happening without you recognizing it.

    So you, the simpleton political hack, keep on using your ignorant cliches, parroted talking points you garner from insignificant blogs, and running your mouth. And slowly but surely, we will push you out so far, you’ll scream and no one worth knowing will hear you. You’ll be surrounded with the other bleating sheep and nothing else.

  13. Tex Taylor says:

    Every so often the stone faced (bald faced) lies are revealed for what they really are and the pretenses to “libertarianism”, “neo-conservatism”, “conservatism”, or what-have-you are revealed for the propagandistic balderdash they really are.

    😆 Dawg, you are dumb. You’re world is collapsing and you don’t even know it. I guarantee you this. Whatever happens to America this day forward, the only way it survives is to purge you and your ilk to the fringes.And that is happening without you recognizing it.

    So you, the simpleton political hack, keep on using your ignorant cliches, parroted talking points you garner from insignificant blogs, and running your mouth. And slowly but surely, we will push you out so far, you’ll scream and no one worth knowing will hear you. You’ll be surrounded with the other bleating sheep and nothing else.

  14. Tex Taylor says:

    Sorry about the double post Alfie. I hit submit and it bumped me up to the top of the page. Nothing happened. Hit submit again, jumped me to the top of the page and nothing happened. Hit refresh and there I am twice. 😳

  15. bvilleyellowdog says:

    How does it feel there under the bus Gov Walker? Other repug govs fleeing your stupidty.

  16. bvilleyellowdog says:

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/02/22/wisconsin.budget/index.html?iref=NS1

    Meanwhile if the truth is against you shut down the Internet Mr Mubarak err Walker.

  17. bvilleyellowdog says:

    RACHEL MADDOW IS NOT ALLOWED HERE

    Walker has failed before…. Cost the state $500,000. last ime.

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/113212479.html
    Is a better backgrounder. The crux of the story is truly this though. Liberal shit turds truly believe THEY somehow run things. This is seen in my homestate via the Pacheco Bill. This unconstitutional act forces the governor from being able to make budget decisions and allows the unions to dictate cost saving measures. In MA is focuses primarily on preventing privatization and borders on the same inane criteria that TSA enjoys on the DHS/Fed level.
    Hers the deal-e-o. UNIONS do not run anything but the unions. I don’t care if laying off,firing a union employee only saves the taxpayer a buck. IT IS MY FUCKING BUCK NOT YOURS!!!!!!!

  18. El Tigre says:

    Reading Yellowbitch makes me think we’re being punked by Elric. Elric is that you?

  19. Alfie says:

    Per even the linked CNN article:

    “The Department of Administration blocks all new websites shortly after they are created, until they go through a software approval program that unblocks them,” Werwie said. “Within 30 minutes of being notified this website was blocked, DOA circumvented the software and immediately made the website accessible.”

    In my state public employees are not allowed to access porn,this is true in many private sector businesses as well. IT security is a reality. Wah wah Dems,ya still a bunch o’ pussies.

  20. bvilleyellowdog says:

    http://front.moveon.org/gov-walker-reveals-entire-union-busting-strategy-to-prank-caller/

    Walker is a Koch shill.

    That $500,000 loss is a matter of public record. The guy is an idiot. Block it or not.

  21. bvilleyellowdog says:

    RM does far too much truth telling for any regressive to handle. She’s good at skewering hypocrites.

  22. Alfie says:

    Actually I inserted a less biased bit of real journalism. Bottomline is the whole issue is partisan in nature. Walker (R) actually gives a shit about the taxpayer.
    You the arbiter,the county council,the unions,Maddow and every other anti-American commie only care about ME ME ME!!!!!

  23. Alfie says:

    As for the audio….uhhhh…ummmmm Really? That’s what you hear?

  24. bvilleyellowdog says:

    :”Nothing is new here. Wealth and power aggregates to people, those people are corrupted by that wealth and power, and then, not knowing how to stop themselves, arrogate even more power and wealth to themselves. In the process they despoil any commonwealth they have and ultimately destroy much of their own wealth.

    Meanwhile they make up myths and lies to cover up their deeds. Like the myth that our founding fathers were perfect paragons of virtue or that “Constitutionality” solely refers to whether a partisan and parsed interpretation of our written constitution applies or not — when in actual fact it also refers to whether our country is well governed.

    You get some sense of who you are dealing with after arguing with them for a while. Every so often the stone faced (bald faced) lies are revealed for what they really are and the pretenses to “libertarianism”, “neo-conservatism”, “conservatism”, or what-have-you are revealed for the propagandistic balderdash they really are.”

    Yup “me me me” is exactly waht regressives are about. They want to contibute nothing to society and they want yours too.

  25. Tex Taylor says:

    Your world is disappearing Yeller Dawg…

    You’re busted like your public unions….right to work has got you down. 🙂

  26. bvilleyellowdog says:

    a state’s right-to-work law:
    Has no impact on economic growth
    Has no influence on employment
    Has no influence on business capital formation (the ratio of firm ‘births’ to the number of firms)
    Is correlated with a decrease in wages
    Stevan’s analysis of right-to-work states also yielded the following observations:

    The average real state GDP growth rate of right-to-work states is not significantly different than non-right-to-work states
    The average per capita income in right-to-work states is lower than in non-right-to-work states

    Stevans concluded his analysis with the following observation:
    “…From a state’s economic standpoint, being right-to-work yields little or no gain in employment and real economic growth.”

    all it does is hurt the worker – but the me me me regressives don’t care.

  27. Tex Taylor says:

    Rule #1 – if it is bad for the Yeller Dawg, it’s good for America.

    That’s the only stat that matters…

  28. bvilleyellowdog says:

    dust mite problem here…

  29. Tex Taylor says:

    Rule #2

    Anything the Yeller Dawg is against, America must be for to become productive once again.

  30. bvilleyellowdog says:

    I’m against dust mites.

  31. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Elections have consequences, and at the end of the day I won.”

  32. Alfie says:

    Bravo Huck Bravo !!
    This thing has so many layers highlighting how much a bunch of scumbags the (D) and Progressives are. They beg for a “moderate Republican” to cross the lines to vote many times. In Madison you have to hope for at least one Dem to stop being an anti Democracy law breaking PUSSY to vote.
    Case closed….(D)’s suck

  33. Rutherford says:

    This thread was fun to read. One thing proven by the Wisconsin fiasco is that legislators on both sides of the aisle are juveniles. Elections matter … at the end of the day, I won. Yeah, when Obama said it GOPhers crapped their pants. Now when Walker is saying it, Dem’s are crapping their pants.

    It’s kinda funny really. A bunch of children running state and Fed government.

  34. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Walker is going down….

  35. bvilleyellowdog says:

    …and Walker won under false pretenses and is now advocating legalities.

  36. Alfie says:

    R thanks for commenting. I think the antics in Wisconsin have more power to hurt the (D)’s . This is more so because of the hiding out of state and the Short Attention Theater aspect of Americans.

  37. Alfie says:

    I think the proggies are getting some premature ejaculation going on. There are recalls for (D)’s. Court cases shows the Senate CAN discipline their members and the legal beagles for the Dems are low grade Dem shills. Sargent has been particularly shallow on the reporting on this.
    About the only thing proggies and their props can hold up is the Rasmussen poll. I do love the fact that proggies have to put on latex gloves and touch a Rasmussen poll all of a sudden. Of course if you go through that poll and its context all you really find is that the Wisconsin LV’s are fed up with politics,including the school unions!

  38. jonolan says:

    “Walker won under false pretenses and is now advocating legalities.”

    There’s some truth to that; Walker is a politician and they all win or loose based upon their skill in wielding false premises.

    He’s still better by than than that filth, Obama, who won under false pretenses and is since been advocating illegalities.

  39. Alfie says:

    Ohio union thuggery. These fucking people are so fucking stupid! Shooting themselves in their foot,beautiful.
    Columbus Dispatch story

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