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Hey gringos y gringas
The left has made all sorts of ridiculous claims about the protest in Wisconsin against Scott Walker’s plan to bring some fiscal responsibility and sanity to their budget problems. In an attempt to combat this, I’ve put together the following factsheet… arm yourselves with the truth, and shoot some new-tone holes in your enemies!

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Inspired by This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Union
Soon to draw up a response to: this CRAP!

SOme Sources as cited:

Walker Releases WI Public Sector Benefits’ Costs

Oh, To be a Teacher in Wisconsin! – Wall Street Journal

Info from www.UsGovernmentSpending.com

and… Teacher Salary Info

  • Sue


  • You know Walker just recently admitted that his plan won’t save the taxpayers any money, right?

  • Actually, that’s easily explained. Because of the fleebagging legislators, in order to get a vote on the rescinding of collaborative negotiation rights, Walker had to strip the bill of all it’s financial effects. If it was to be a bill affecting the budget directly, he’d need the quorum that the Dems were purposely subverting. So, he was being technically honest, though the intent was for the sake of saving money. Whoever it was that questioned him on that detail knew this – and he knew that all you crackhead Unionists would use that “gotcha” moment to rail on Walker dishonestly. So it doesn’t bother me – if anything it reinforces my anger at the dishonest politics of those on your side of this issue. Thanks for commenting.

  • Factcheck

    You can look up average teacher salaries in Wisconsin at the DPI website: http://dpi.state.wi.us/lbstat/newasr.html

    Avg. for state: $49k. With benefits: $74k.