Tuesday, February 22, 2011

More Dems on the lam. Indiana.

It's not just the cowardly, whiny spoiled brat cheesehead Dems now, who are bankrupting this country and countless states.
Rahm's pressed us into serving as poll workers for tomorrow's election.

Walking off the job they're paid to do.

At issue in Indiana are several bills, but primarily a so-called right to work bill that would give members of private-sector unions the right to opt out of unions and not pay dues.
Some Indiana Dems headed to Dem-wrecked Illinois, some to KY, to avoid arrest. Not to Michigan, where there is a Republican governor. (Hopefully he can save Detroit.)

They lost the majority in Wisconsin, they lost the last election in the Indiana state house. So they're running. They're not representing their constituents.

They're marching to the tune of their BIG LABOR bosses.

Do the Dems believe in the democratic process?


I had to double-check to make sure the author of this Washington Post op-ed was, in fact, the Richard Cohen and not someone with the same name who works at the Heritage Foundation. It is indeed the proud liberal who is fed up with those fat-cat pensions at taxpayers' expense.

In New York City, the No. 2 guy in the fire department retired on a pension worth $242,000 a year. In New York State, a single official holding two jobs and one pension took in $641,000. A lieutenant with the Port Authority police retired with an annual pension of $196,767, and 738 of the city's teachers, principals and such have pensions worth more than $100,000 a year. Their former employer, it goes almost without saying, is steamed. Their former employer is me.

Citing one outrage after another, Cohen then reassures his readers of his union "bona fides." But, he goes on, "enough is enough."

[Governor Scott] Walker is personifying the feeling of resentment and anger toward government workers who have so gamed the system that some of them retire on larger stipends than the average American makes in salary - and with health care, too.

More: Howard Dean and the $100,000 Wisconsin Slush Fund
Soon to be extended to Indiana?

Michelle Malkin
Are Illinois hotels offering special rate for Runaway Dems?

Wisconsin Reporter
Sen. Elections committee expected to vote on Voter ID bill at 1 pm, but changes will have to be made if Sen GOP wants to pass it w/o Dems.
Hahaha. Put the perp pix on the WISen Dems photo ID.

Sean Agnew
by ewerickson
RT @: Oops: White House, DNC disavows involvement with protests but Twitter busts 'em lying

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