Wisconsin Protests-No Compromise!

Here comes the end of America, folks. The Republicans want to destroy this country. Yeah, I said it. They want to take away your money, blame YOU for everything that’s wrong, and turn YOU into a slave for their Corporate Masters, all so we can work day and night to feed the upper class while everyone else lives a life of bondage.

If you support these Republican policies of corporate tax breaks and waging a war against the middle class, then you are an idiot. Because, guess what? When they get done crushing those you don’t like, guess who they’re coming after next?

That’s right, Sunshine: YOU.

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4 Responses to Wisconsin Protests-No Compromise!

  1. bwinwnbwi says:

    It’s a war against the middle class! Listen to the video above. It’s happening in Michigan too. The Republicans are using deficits, deficits caused by corporate greed and mismanagement, to argue their case for a war on the only leverage the middle class has to fight back against corporate greed–the right to collective bargaining! How stupid do they think we are? Well, it looks like–if we don’t see “the writing on the wall” and fight back–stupidity reigns! That said, who is going to take the hit? The people making a living wage (those with bargaining power) will go down first, and after that the people living on Government assistance will die! I would like to remind people that the real reason America is Great is that it provides opportunities for success– while it takes care of those who can’t compete in the market place. If it were not for this safety net, America would become a nation of Barbarians, rich and powerful Barbarians, but Barbarians nevertheless–and the underclass would survive only at the “pleasure of the Barbarians.”

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  2. Skatha says:

    I’m not sure what I think of any of this, to be honest.

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    • WonderGoon says:

      The more I see about it all, the more I’m convinced Governor Walker is not thinking clearly. It might be of benefit to him to step back and seriously reevaluate his position. I hope he does, at any rate.

      Thanks for commenting.

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