Sunday, February 20, 2011

Who's the "Party of No" now?

Not having enough information about the subject (I had shit to do this weekend) I can't say whether I support the governors' proposal or not, but when the democrats just up and fucking leave tells me that it's either their way or no way.
Seems like The Obamessiah was saying not too long ago that everybody has to make sacrifices. I guess the liberals took that to mean everybody but them.
Again, I don't know the whole story but that's the impression I get.

MADISON, Wis. – Gov. Scott Walker predicted Sunday that Wisconsin would lead states across the country in weakening unions that have negotiated compensation packages taxpayers can no longer afford while his opponents rallied for a sixth day in the Capitol in an attempt to avoid that fate.
Democratic lawmakers, union leaders and rank-and-file teachers and firefighters called on Walker to back off his plan to eliminate most collective bargaining rights for public employees. They argued the unions had already agreed to cuts in their health care and retirement benefits that could reduce take-home pay for many workers by about 8 percent, and it was time for the Republican governor to compromise