Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Comment on the Wisconsin Walker Recall

The state of Wisconsin has attacked its three billion dollar deficit head on and diminished its debt.

The leadership in Madison has maintained the current workforce of state employees, avoiding massive lay-offs.

School districts and municipal governments have been granted more freedom to negotiate pension and health care contracts with their employees, without laying off workers.

The Progressive home of the Green Bay Packers has maintained its AAA credit rating, while the United States government and nations around the world are losing their standing.

For this and many other welcome financial reforms, the state of Wisconsin and the nation must lay the blame on Governor Scott Walker and his GOP caucus. Without their resolve to enact needed budget reform, these improvements in the economic landscape of the country would never have taken place.

Why anyone in the Dairy State would want to recall Governor Walker is beyond me.

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