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Gov. Scott Walker repeals Wisconsin Equal Pay law

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posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 09:28 PM
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Originally posted by Blackmarketeer


To the ladies of Wisconsin, good luck trying to claw your way back up to the status of equals in the workplace. Looks like when the corporations bought and paid for Gov. Walker, they got their money's worth.


They do, it is direct influence of policies to benefit very few citizens, it is high criminality
and completely anti American. This place is fast becoming an autocratic society...
Hopefully women will finally recognize the ideology for what it really is, no equal pay
and big government up your yin yang.

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posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 10:47 PM
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Plenty of pricks on this website will love this...just like they loved to trash the Post Office for being in the red even the though GOP set it up to be that way....forcing them to fund 75 years worth of health benefits in a 10 year time span which is virtually impossible...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

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posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by David9176
reply to post by Blackmarketeer
 


Plenty of pricks on this website will love this...just like they loved trash the Post Office for being in the red even the though GOP set it up to be that way....forcing them to fund 75 years worth of health benefits in a 10 year time span which is virtually impossible...

www.abovetopsecret.com...


Engineering failure, one attempt at a time.

"Engineering Failure so we can be viable by blaming other people for things we set up in
the first place!" that should be the conservative's creed.



posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by links234
Why does Scott Walker hate working people?

Seriously, what is wrong with this guy?


Honestly?....I don't think he hates working people. I don't think he is capable of complex thought or logic. I simply think he is an unusually dumb politician that takes marching orders from idealogues. He is being used...now more quickly than planned since his term looks like it will be truncated soon. Expect more draconian measures pushed through before the recall election.

His actions are in perfect keeping with the Koch Brothers agenda. The younger Koch Brother ran for VP years ago and espoused his views on labor...no unions, no OSHA, no minimum wage, no child labor laws, no EPA, no safety nets etc. etc.

The idea is to have a permanent working class to profit an elite tycoon-wealthy class. Modern day royalty by income disparity. The Kochs have billions, this is just pure idealogy for them. Thier father was a founding member of the "John Birch Society"...that busted up unions and opposed workplace regulation in the early part of the last century under the guise of fighting communism.

These men envision a country led by Robber-Barrons and a populace desperate to work for them for little pay and no security. The Kochs and thier ilk want the best of both worlds...the working class of China or India and the wealthy ruling class of 1920's America. Walker is just a near-mentally-impaired soldier in that effort.

This is where Walkers' orders originate
Koch brothers quietly open lobbying office in downtown Madison

Read more: host.madison.com...


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posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 04:51 PM
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Walker and the GOP just keep piling on the hate for women;


The passage of these bills almost certainly makes Wisconsin the most anti-women state in the nation. Teenage girls won’t be able to learn about contraception. Then when they become adults, they can’t get coverage for contraception or abortion in their insurance policies. And if a woman does have an unwanted pregnancy, she’ll be forced to undergo an interrogation by her doctor and have her private medical decisions and conversations with her doctor violated by the government. It’s a triple threat to personal liberty, privacy, and education, three things Republicans don’t seem to want women to have. These laws are not about protecting religious freedom, they are about making women subservient to conservative men regarding their reproductive health. Scott Walker just proved that there is indeed a war being waged against women and that it is the Republican Party waging it.
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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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Unreal.

Guess they can't be as blatant as to try to repeal the 15th and 19th, but this is treading damn close.

(How's that initiative to fire Walker coming?)



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by braindeadconservatives


Well I think some businesses are ridiculously anti humanity; who drive wages down, eliminate
the quality of life, ruin the American economy, middle class and slowly turn life all over the globe
into a chain-less prison sentence.



Hmmm.

Why did the Auto workers of America need a bailout? Because employees were getting paid ridiculous amounts of money,because they belonged to Unions,crapping out inferior automobiles. Company's cannot continue to be strong armed,by Unions,who demand more then a company can give . Its obvious you never RAN a business,to know what its like to try and survive just the first year.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 11:27 PM
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Why does Scott Walker hate working people? 

Seriously, what is wrong with this guy?


He doesn't hate workers, he hates pantywaist's who sue their employers over trivial crap. If you don't think your wages are 'fair' then start a company and pay yourself whatever you want. 

The federal government has no constitutional authority to tell any business how much is a 'fair amount' to compensate it's employees so why should the employee have a say?? People are free to find another job, right??

Scott Walker for POTUS!!!



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