Wisconsin rules the world, including Massachusetts!
When Governor Scott Walker took steps to limit the power of public-employee unions and return the power over policy to the voters of Wisconsin, many of us knew that the newly-elected Republican would start a wave of similar efforts in other states. However, it’s safe to say that one place we didn’t expect to see that wave break early on Plymouth Rock. Not only has the Massachusetts state House passed a new law barring all PEUs from collective bargaining on health care, it passed by a veto-proof majority — because Democrats pushed the bill…
Makes you wonder where all the good old-fashioned American entrepreneurs are, and why they aren’t finding a way to mass produce these:
One more line from Ed’s post:
AFL-CIO president Robert J. Haynes is furious that the politicians he bought turned out to be rented instead.
Ah fer cry-eye. The money isn’t for buying people. It’s for making friends. Friends won’t turn on you. Hired hands will. Haven’t these people ever read The Godfather?