Who Tee Who

Rio, WI

#5664 Jun 4, 2012
The working Man wrote:
Republicans would rather support corporations instead of organized groups of workers working to secure a fair work environment A.K.A a union, I ask them to walk the walk as well. Give up every benefit and right that you use that unions are responsible for.
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Weekends
All Breaks at Work, including your Lunch Breaks
Paid Vacation
FMLA
Sick Leave
Social Security
Minimum Wage
Civil Rights Act/Title VII (Prohibits Employer Discrimination)
8-Hour Work Day
Overtime Pay
Child Labor Laws
Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA)
40 Hour Work Week
Worker's Compensation (Worker's Comp)
Unemployment Insurance
Pensions
Workplace Safety Standards and Regulations
Employer Health Care Insurance
Collective Bargaining Rights for Employees
Wrongful Termination Laws
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
Whistleblower Protection Laws
Employee Polygraph Protect Act (Prohibits Employer from using a lie detector test on an employee)
Veteran's Employment and Training Services (VETS)
Compensation increases and Evaluations (Raises)
Sexual Harassment Laws
Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
Holiday Pay
Employer Dental, Life, and Vision Insurance
Privacy Rights
Pregnancy and Parental Leave
Military Leave
The Right to Strike
Public Education for Children
Equal Pay Acts of 1963 & 2011 (Requires employers pay men and women equally for the same amount of work)
Laws Ending Sweatshops in the United States
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Conservatives, please practice what you preach and give up all these rights and leave the umbrella of these laws for they were brought to you by unions
Vote Walker OUT!!!!!!!!!!
He comes Walker moving fast,kick'n Dem's out on thier ass. Bahahahahahaahaha!
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5665 Jun 4, 2012
Tim Russell... fly in the ointment.

http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/scott-w...

Hasn't Walker claim... probably a hundred times... he requested the investigation? The plot thickens, and no one wants to discuss this now.

Win or lose... Walker loses in the long run. And he'll go down a hero to his loyal followers (like the Jonestown folk).

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#5666 Jun 4, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
Tim Russell... fly in the ointment.
http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/scott-w...
Hasn't Walker claim... probably a hundred times... he requested the investigation? The plot thickens, and no one wants to discuss this now.
Win or lose... Walker loses in the long run. And he'll go down a hero to his loyal followers (like the Jonestown folk).
Stuff it choo choo-we will see how you anti-Walker loons act tomorrow and on Wednesday...people are starting to see the thugs you are. What happened to the big lie over the weekend that the libs try to take Walker down with? Smashed huh? no LIE TOO BIG FOR THE COMMIES.
Ted

Cedarburg, WI

#5667 Jun 4, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Stuff it choo choo-we will see how you anti-Walker loons act tomorrow and on Wednesday...people are starting to see the thugs you are. What happened to the big lie over the weekend that the libs try to take Walker down with? Smashed huh? no LIE TOO BIG FOR THE COMMIES.
It's over Ms Fetchy...Even if he wins the election, he’s not going to last until year end. His top aid is fingering him as we speak, the emails are tied to the capital, after he was governor, the prosecution is investigating the perjury charges, and it’s now gone to the federal level.

Have you been in dome lately?

No contact with the outside (real) world?

Get you Walker collectables now.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5668 Jun 5, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Stuff it choo choo-we will see how you anti-Walker loons act tomorrow and on Wednesday...people are starting to see the thugs you are. What happened to the big lie over the weekend that the libs try to take Walker down with? Smashed huh? no LIE TOO BIG FOR THE COMMIES.
TIM RUSSELL, buddy. T-I-M-R-U-S-S-E-L-L. The childish insults don't cancel out the truth regarding your hero. As I've posted SEVERAL TIMES, win or lose... Walker loses. The man responsible for his rise to power is turning. Now, we know Walker didn't initiate the investigation as he's claimed. He stone walled the investigators until he was awarded office AND thought he'd silenced all whom knew the truth.

You supporters don't believe in recall on policy? How do you feel about misconduct? Walker believes it's the only true reason for a recall.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5669 Jun 5, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>It's over Ms Fetchy...Even if he wins the election, he’s not going to last until year end. His top aid is fingering him as we speak, the emails are tied to the capital, after he was governor, the prosecution is investigating the perjury charges, and it’s now gone to the federal level.
Have you been in dome lately?
No contact with the outside (real) world?
Get you Walker collectables now.
This is why we need his Lt out of office. We don't want her ruling in his absence. We need Mitchell to take her place. That way we have a non-Walkerite in office when the investigation kicks into high gear.

THIS is why Milwaukee hates Walker so much. He left us with a jacked up budget, while using our tax dollars to get him the governorship.

NOT ON MY DIME.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#5671 Jun 5, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
This is why we need his Lt out of office. We don't want her ruling in his absence. We need Mitchell to take her place. That way we have a non-Walkerite in office when the investigation kicks into high gear.
THIS is why Milwaukee hates Walker so much. He left us with a jacked up budget, while using our tax dollars to get him the governorship.
NOT ON MY DIME.
well your dime will be paying for this senseless recall. Wisconsin has spoken, now what you say loser??????

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#5672 Jun 5, 2012
As the recall played out, two things became clear: 1) There were almost no one undecided in the race and 2) those few souls who were undecided tended to resist the recall effort on the grounds that Walker had just been elected in 2010.
The sentiment among those undecided voters, according to several Democrats closely monitoring the data, was that while they didn’t love Walker they thought he deserved a full term before passing final judgment on how he was performing. You libs screwed yourselves for a long time to come...Come November-O'bama is done also.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5673 Jun 6, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>well your dime will be paying for this senseless recall. Wisconsin has spoken, now what you say loser??????
And just how am I a loser?

1) I'm neither a Democrat nor am I a Republican.

2) I called the results 2-3 days before the election.

3) T-I-M-R-U-S-S-E-L-L

4) The way I wanted things to play for Walker years ago is happening now... with the John Doe investigation. We'll see whether he can stonewall the government for another 2 years.

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#5674 Jun 6, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>And just how am I a loser?

1) I'm neither a Democrat nor am I a Republican.

2) I called the results 2-3 days before the election.

3) T-I-M-R-U-S-S-E-L-L

4) The way I wanted things to play for Walker years ago is happening now... with the John Doe investigation. We'll see whether he can stonewall the government for another 2 years.
Tim Russell is as bias as Rush Limbaugh. You should write a book of excuses.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5675 Jun 6, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
<quoted text>
Tim Russell is as bias as Rush Limbaugh. You should write a book of excuses.
So, Tim Russell is not responsible for Walker's rise to power? And he, therefor, does not know more about Walker than anyone else? And Walker is not capable of stonewalling an investigation?

This was predicted all along. Those who actually thought Barrett would win out over Walker were fooling themselves. What have we learned through this?

1) Walker, now, realizes clear and honest communication is a key component to good leadership.

2) Some Independents decided Walker deserved a shot at completing his term OR did not want to face the reality of Walker's thinly veiled endless recalls threat.

3) Republicans rally stronger than Democrats.

4) Walker released unverified numbers, and the press didn't report Tim Russell's roll until the eve of the election.

5) It looks as though Wangaard lost his seat, which means Walker will likely be dealing with a different Senate. Check'n'Balance?

6) T-I-M-R-U-S-S-E-L-L.

7) Walker, now, looks to be "John Doe".

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#5677 Jun 6, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>So, Tim Russell is not responsible for Walker's rise to power? And he, therefor, does not know more about Walker than anyone else? And Walker is not capable of stonewalling an investigation?

This was predicted all along. Those who actually thought Barrett would win out over Walker were fooling themselves. What have we learned through this?

1) Walker, now, realizes clear and honest communication is a key component to good leadership.

2) Some Independents decided Walker deserved a shot at completing his term OR did not want to face the reality of Walker's thinly veiled endless recalls threat.

3) Republicans rally stronger than Democrats.

4) Walker released unverified numbers, and the press didn't report Tim Russell's roll until the eve of the election.

5) It looks as though Wangaard lost his seat, which means Walker will likely be dealing with a different Senate. Check'n'Balance?

6) T-I-M-R-U-S-S-E-L-L.

7) Walker, now, looks to be "John Doe".
OMG you are like an annoying robocall same shit over and over.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#5678 Jun 6, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG you are like an annoying robocall same shit over and over.
he just mad cause he didn't get the choo choo. That was his main talking point for months. I expect he will be hearing the whistle blow for Tim Russell for the next two years.:) OMG a Robocall is smarter.
Manfred Man

Thiensville, WI

#5679 Jun 6, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>he just mad cause he didn't get the choo choo. That was his main talking point for months. I expect he will be hearing the whistle blow for Tim Russell for the next two years.:) OMG a Robocall is smarter.
Yeah, Russell's an idiot....I agree, but who picked hi as his top advisor?
The working Man

Baraboo, WI

#5680 Jun 6, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>well your dime will be paying for this senseless recall. Wisconsin has spoken, now what you say loser??????
Well. I say we took back the senate last night, Money well spent, seeing the billioares that support the Republican menace out spent the unions 14 to 1.

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Democrats are the only party that supports the average working man.

Wisconsin won back the senate, we will continue to fight for the average working family of wisconsin

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#5681 Jun 6, 2012
The working Man wrote:
<quoted text>Well. I say we took back the senate last night, Money well spent, seeing the billioares that support the Republican menace out spent the unions 14 to 1.
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Democrats are the only party that supports the average working man.
Wisconsin won back the senate, we will continue to fight for the average working family of wisconsin
Yeah well... even if Lehman wins, which likely a recount is going to be called and Democrats take control of the senate with a 17 to 16 seat edge, it doesn’t mean that much. The legislature has adjourned for the year and will take no further action. I expect we will grow in the senate in November by at least two seats, as the redistricting of the senate was orchestrated by Republicans (who control the state Assembly as well, with Scott Fitzgerald’s brother Jeff as the speaker). The next time the senate will meet is in January, after elections have been held. So really with your millions and millions of union dollars...what did you win? You liberals are the biggest fricking losers I have ever seen in my life. Big fricking babies didn't get your way-any one with a brain in this state is sick of you people. Not only that but you made the state spend an extra 30 million dollars that we should not have had to spend. Yeah, you care alright...about as much as a fish cares about a worm.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#5682 Jun 6, 2012
Wangaard.

Russell.
The working Man

Baraboo, WI

#5683 Jun 6, 2012
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah well... even if Lehman wins, which likely a recount is going to be called and Democrats take control of the senate with a 17 to 16 seat edge, it doesn’t mean that much. The legislature has adjourned for the year and will take no further action. I expect we will grow in the senate in November by at least two seats, as the redistricting of the senate was orchestrated by Republicans (who control the state Assembly as well, with Scott Fitzgerald’s brother Jeff as the speaker). The next time the senate will meet is in January, after elections have been held. So really with your millions and millions of union dollars...what did you win? You liberals are the biggest fricking losers I have ever seen in my life. Big fricking babies didn't get your way-any one with a brain in this state is sick of you people. Not only that but you made the state spend an extra 30 million dollars that we should not have had to spend. Yeah, you care alright...about as much as a fish cares about a worm.
What did we win. thats not the question it is what the working class just lost...
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Transfer of More Wealth to Corporations & Rich Investors'
Governor Walker insisted the “state is broke” and calls for “shared sacrifice”. He justifies stripping public employees of their fundamental freedom to collectively bargain because of the need to address the state deficit. Yet, the massive new tax breaks for corporations and wealthy investors make clear that sacrifice is being required only of working families and public employees. It is not shared. And the new tax breaks for corporations and wealthy investors will only increase future deficits and be used to justify even deeper cuts.
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• Transfer of More Wealth to Corporations & Rich Investors
Governor Walker insists the “state is broke” and calls for “shared sacrifice”. He justifies stripping public employees of their fundamental freedom to collectively bargain because of the need to address the state deficit. Yet, the massive new tax breaks for corporations and wealthy investors make clear that sacrifice is being required only of working families and public employees. It is not shared. And the new tax breaks for corporations and wealthy investors will only increase future deficits and be used to justify even deeper cuts.
Quote ''sick of you people.
Get used to it, The workingclass of wisconsin will soon see the truth.
The working Man

Baraboo, WI

#5684 Jun 6, 2012
Re-opening a Corporate Tax Loophole. The “Las Vegas Loophole” was closed by Governor Doyle by changing the way the corporate income tax is calculated. A system of “combined reporting” prevents multi-state firms from hiding profits in subsidiaries in states with no corporate income tax, like Nevada. Governor Walker is modifying combined reporting to partially reopen a loophole for corporations to use pre-2009 losses to offset profits for 20 years. This will cost taxpayers $46.4 million in fiscal years 2011-13 alone. This corporate tax loophole does not require that a company create a single new job, or even maintain the current level of employment, in order to qualify. The Department of Revenue is also prohibited from challenging certain business tax avoidance strategies.

• Breaks for Wealthy Investors.There is a new exclusion from the income tax for capital gains reinvested in Wisconsin businesses within 180 days.(Most capital gains tax breaks benefit those with $200,000 or more in income.) This will cost taxpayers $36.3 million in fiscal years 2011-13 alone. This tax break does not require that a company or investor create a single new job, or even maintain the current level of employment, in order to qualify.

Still another new capital gains tax break is created for investments in Wisconsin-based businesses that are held for at least five years, which will cost taxpayers $79 million in annual loss to the state’s treasury when it is fully phased in after 2017. This break does not require any new job to be created or current employment maintained.
The working Man

Baraboo, WI

#5685 Jun 6, 2012
Taxes Increased for Low-Income Wisconsinites

• Earned Income Tax Credit. At the same time that the wealthy get more breaks, taxes are increased on 145,000 low-wage workers with children by cutting $55.6 million from the Earned Income Tax Credit. The EITC is an anti-poverty program originally created with bipartisan support because it rewards work, supplements a minimum wage that is inadequate for survival and helps families stay off welfare. Republicans cut the credit, but oppose an increase in the minimum wage.

• Homestead Tax Credit.At the same time, taxes are increased on some 247,000 low-income homeowners and renters because the state Homestead Tax Credit is reduced by $13.6 million. This credit was pioneered in Wisconsin in 1964 to target property tax relief to working class homeowners and renters.

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Are the elderly some of the' sick of you people your talking about Fletch.?

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