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« on: November 01, 2011, 04:55:05 PM »

Wisconsin Schools benefit from
Scott Walker doing away with collective bargaining


Wisconsin Reborn

The Democrats and Liberals are keeping really quiet about this.
Is there any wonder why Obama stayed away from Wisconsin on his latest Campaign Tour (Listening Tour, Cough! Cough!), even though he was right next door.
Wisconsin is the last place they want to talk about, just like New Jersey!

This got real quiet as to how it came out. Well, here are the results.

Remember the violent and disgusting demonstrations over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker doing away with collective bargaining for Teacher's unions?
The results are in.
Some school districts went from a $400,000 deficit to a $1,500,000 surplus as a result.
They are even hiring new teachers, not firing like the Liberals said would happen.

It seems that the insurance company that provided all the "so-called" benefits to the teachers was an insurance company owned and operated by the teacher's union.
Since the outfit was guaranteed to get the insurance business from the teachers, and the State had to pay for it (not the teachers) the insurance company was increasing annual costs every single year to become the most expensive insurance company in the state.
Then the company was donating millions and millions of dollars to its favorite democrat politicians who, when they got elected, guaranteed to keep funding the union's outrageous costs.
In other words, the insurance company was a "pass through" for Wisconsin taxpayer money directly to the democrat politicians.

Nice racket, and this is the racket that is going on in every single State that allows collective bargaining.
No wonder the States are taking it away.
Now the State of Wisconsin is free to put the insurance contract out for bids and, lo and behold, they have saved so much money it has turned deficits into surplus amounts.
As a result, none of the teachers had to be laid off, everyone got a raise, etc., etc., and the taxpayers of Wisconsin don't have to pay more taxes to fund the union's political ambitions.

If you weren't aware of the reasons Gov. Walker was fighting to take away collective bargaining, it gives you an idea of the problem the Republican Party has.
Outside of one or two, none of them know how to speak up and explain properly what the problem was.
We could sure use a Ronald Reagan now, someone who could explain things for people to understand, since we know that people don't like to read anymore.

Here is the article:

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