Saturday, February 19, 2011

Thanks, Governor Perry

Copied from the Republican Governor Association. What a sad indictment of the radical union bosses, our liberal uninformed (about current events) teachers and our current president paying back the unions who elected him. He didn't even read the bill which EXCLUDES firemen and policeman.

We have a lot of Ivory tower idiots running this country into bankruptcy and embarrassment.



Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is in the middle of what will be a defining moment for our country and the conservative movement.

Governor Walker is directly confronting unsustainable state entitlements by asking government-sector unions to agree to reforms that would limit collective-bargaining for most government-sector employees to wages only, with wages capped to inflation. Under his proposal, union members would also have to vote every year to keep their union.

Rather than debate the measure Thursday, Wisconsin Democrat state senators fled the state while thousands of teachers in Madison and other cities called in sick at the urging of their labor union and forced entire school districts to be closed.

Even President Barack Obama’s political operatives have helped to orchestrate protests.

Simply put, the stakes could not get much higher, which is why I am asking you to show your support for Governor Scott Walker today by clicking HERE.

It is essential that we stand with Governor Walker and show political leaders throughout the country that America is ready to take on its toughest political challenges, and we will not be deterred by the protests of a noisy minority.

Please CLICK HERE right now to show your support for Governor Walker.


Gov. Rick Perry

Chairman, Republican Governors Association

P.S. You can also show your support by clicking here to add a twibbon to your twitter account.

1 comment:

Atlanta Roofing said...

If the protesters, instead of occupying squares, occupied roads with their cars and bodies, then they could shut down the entire city of Madison, perhaps a co-ordinated effort could be made to block all major arteries into and out of town, snarl business as usual. The government may not listen to people shutting down the town square or town hall anymore, but if you shut down the veins of commerce, well, someone might listen.