The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler


Posted on | February 23, 2011 | 10 Comments

by Smitty

If a group of public servants under the UCMJ were to pull the sort of rolling stunt currently seen in Wisconsin, with support in various other states, no one would hesitate to call it precisely what it is.
Private sector unions are one thing. Trumka is a genius, getting all of those people to give him money to maintain the Blagojevich hair (whined the bald blogger). But public sector workers are an ass of a different color; they are public servants, not public masters.
If public sector workers are looking for sympathy, they can find it in the dictionary between schist and syphilis, to tidy an old family saying. Take your haircut back to what the tax base can afford, and get back to work. If this suits you not, recall that you voluntarily work for the public, and can voluntarily go find yourself a better job based upon your merit.  These teachers, for example, can take their precious butts out there and start a private school, no?  Let the resulting stellar test scores among the students carry their righteous argument.
May fortune smile upon Scott Walker and his efforts.


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