March 2, 2011

rush-limbaugh

On the generosity of Wisconsin Governor Walker's proposals to state unions.


Wisconsin bureaucrats ought to be kissing this governor's feet for what he's offering them, during these economic times. States that are running deficits should not be contributing to pensions or health care plans. Now that may sound cruel or unfair, but what's fair? Fair is spending money that you have. Fair is spending your own money, that you have.

March 18, 2011

talk

On what's at stake in the Wisconsin confrontation between Governor Walker and the public-sector unions.


The Left does not stop with the law. The Left doesn't care. They will do whatever, they will get these teachers, these people they want us to think of as the kind of people seen in a Norman Rockwell painting, and they'll bring the little students up to the capitol building and say "Hey, hey, ho, ho, Scott Walker's gotta go." ... So the Left is showing us once again who they are, and what is it they're trying to preserve? ... they are trying to preserve the union money-laundering operation. That is what's going on here. Never forget that that's what the public sector unions are. They are money-laundering operations. They are doing their best – they're pulling out all the stops, to make sure – 'cause all those union dues, it's all about union dues, which end up as campaign donations to the Democrat party. In Wisconsin, in Washington, where have you. That's what's at stake. Secondarily – make no mistake, it's a close second... – that is, the freeloaders don't want to give up the gravy-train.