7 thoughts on “It’s The Governors, Stupid

  1. Meanwhile sales of Vey a graah fell by 90% last week in Madison, due to thousands of aging hippies not needing it after hearing that 28,000 Walker emails were being released to the public. They all got chubbies thinking about finding the smoking gun in those emails, just like MSM did when they got 25,000 Governor Palin emails. So far the biggest thing they fouind was that Scott Walker had a “secret email” account. Apparently Madison lefties never heard of Yahoo or Gmail..

  2. The issue of chief executive fits what I’ve noted when driving through Illinois as well. Coming back west from visiting my family in Michigan and Indiana (oh why didn’t I just go through the UP?), they blocked one land of I-90 for about 60 miles because they had two guys filling potholes.

  3. Mitch:

    Lets not forget that AFSCME for the last couple of years was blaming Tim P and his horrible budgets for the lack of plowing and lives being at risked. Will they in 2014 put out ads praising Mark Dayton and his record budgets for giving us great snow plowing and safe roads?

    Walter Hanson
    Minneapolis, MN

  4. AFSCME and MAPE will say whatever their partners in the DFL want them to say. There is really no other way to explain the flip flop on the “Who Is Responsible For A Government Shutdown?” question.

  5. Troy:

    Technically they never flip flop on the budget. They always blame the Republicans who won’t give them everything that they want. It’s who happens to the Republicans in power. Notice in 2013 they will claim that there was no shut down because the Republicans weren’t in power.

    Walter Hanson
    Minneapolis, MN

  6. Sorry, my comment was tangent, walter hanson. I can’t help but agree with you on budgets (we can’t sprinkle cash and “carrots” over union members without big budgets). “More More More” will always be their favorite song.

    I don’t know about AFSCME, but MAPE members acted all shocked and depressed when the current Governors team smacked them around at the start of contract negotiations. It was an exercise in “lowering expectations”, at the beginning of his term. Who knew he was going to pay unions off before too long? We all did.

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