Michael Reagan & Wisconsinites Speak Out For Scott Walker
"Walker's Democratic challenger, Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett, acknowledged this morning that the collective bargaining issue was the "flame that started this" recall election, but Barrett couldn't point to a single public school that has been harmed by Walker's reforms."
South Milwaukeean Janet Halfmann's books continue to gain recognition in many different ways. Here are three: Good Night, Little Sea Otter is now out in hardcover and 5 different languages: http://www.starbrightbooks.org/details.php?id=373 Little Skink's Tail is on the Just Read, Florida! 2012 Summer Recommended Reading List. Eggs 1, 2, 3: Who Will the Babies Be? got a great review in Publisher's Weekly: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-60905-191-4 More about Janet and her books are on her website at http://www.janethalfmann.com
In case you have ideas about voting for Barrett, you should take the time to read, side by side, a comparison between Walker and Barrett.
As we sit here waiting for this recall election to be over (I want to remind everyone this started not because of Act 10, but because Walker won in 2010) let’s look at some of the sky is falling items.
Let’s remember this recall started with Walker winning the election in 2010 and NOT with Act 10. Act 10 just got the rank and file Public Sector Workers to fall in line with the union bosses wishes.
Scott, Michelle, Tracy, Rob, Steve, and John and others don’t be one issue voters
Governor Walker wins so Wisconsin wins. I will have a much bigger post later.
While act 10 was set forth as a tool for local school districts to control costs, here in Cudahy it is being used as a hammer to "get" people the administration does not like, to fund their "pet" projects, and get ready to come to the taxpayers in a "poor is us" state for a referendum in November. Is Act 10 really working in Cudahy, let's examine.
Here is the email that people are a buzz about because it speaks volumes of truth about the recall, liberals, and the Public Union Party.
I’m not the kind of guy to sugarcoat things and as you’ve seen, that sometimes gets me in trouble, but I’ll be brutally honest here.
“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me brave in the attempt.”
This is the Special Olympics Athlete Oath. Last week, I was sitting amongst 2000 athletes and I heard them recite this oath prior to the opening of the Special Olympics Summer Games at UW Stevens Point. My son qualified in the Softball Throw and the 100 meter run.
When Obama made his comment that the Private Sector is doing fine, it is the state and local government [public sector] that isn’t, that was not a gaffe. In his heart that is how he feels and it was a Freudian slip. He is totally out of touch with American and Americans.
'Yay! (I've read it--well deserved praise.)
Please come to the Cudahy Park tonight for the Chase Movie Nights where we will be watching Cars 2