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Mr. Jackson Goes to Wisconsin

Jesse Jackson finally found his way to Wisconsin where he stood  on the side of the oppressed public sector proletarians who are standing up against the evil bourgeoisie whose leader is Governor Walker.  Yes that’s right Mr. Jackson Goes to Wisconsin to stick his nose in a state issue that has very little to do with the oppressed working class or the rich evil doers asking the workers to kick a little more into their pension plans.  Oh the  horror of it all!  Actually asking workers to contribute a little more into their health care and pension plans.  Maybe Governor Walker should use Obama’s words and call it an investment in their future because that’s what it is.

What this is really about  is Wisconsin getting their fiscal house in order; nothing more.  They don’t have any money to pay for the generous pension plans the union promised the state would deliver.  The Governor along with Republicans want to eliminate pension plans from the collective bargaining table so they can better manage them.  Wisconsin is broke and they’re actually looking for ways to save the jobs of these public sector teachers.  However the teachers are not so broke.  According to the NEA ,the 2009 average salary for Wisconsin teachers was $52,644.  That’s not bad Mr. Jackson. They work nine months out of the year and have generous health insurance and pension plans.  There are many private sector employees who would love to work nine months out of the year, make that kind of money, with a great health insurance and pension plan.  And Mr. Jackson is talking about economic justice.  You got to be kidding me.

Check out Mr. Jackson in Wisconsin.

This is all Mr. Jackson has left; playing the part of a stooge for the left to champion union causes.  It stopped being about what was right a long time ago for Mr. Jackson.  He is what he is. Nothing more, nothing less.  He doesn’t care about the people of Wisconsin, he cares about Jesse Jackson and I believe he’s sees this as another opportunity to get his face on an issue that has very little to do with oppressed people.  Jesse go home and take Obama’s Organizing for America and their goons with you.  Let the good people of Wisconsin work this out.  After all you don’t have to live with the consequences of your actions when you go home; they do.

Liberty forever, freedom for all!


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  • Matt February 18, 2011 at 7:13 PM

    Jackson heard that there would be cameras there, and out he came.

    I wish I could work a lot less and have the benefits they do. Come t think of it, they are the oppressors, because they make more and get more than the average worker!
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    • John Carey February 18, 2011 at 7:59 PM

      You know Matt I think you’re right. The private sector is the oppressed sector. After all it is the private sector they are stealing the wealth from and redistributing it to the downtrodden .

  • Steve Dennis February 18, 2011 at 9:02 PM

    This is a state issue and Barack Obama should not be involved in this whatsoever! And why is Jesse Jackson there? I guess he hasn’t been in the limelight in quite awhile and is craving the spotlight once again.
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    • John Carey February 18, 2011 at 10:23 PM

      It absolutely is a state issue Steve. A President should not show favor to one organization over another. His responsibilities are to all the American people. Not just the community organizers and unions. His words on this matter were irresponsible.

      • Steve Dennis February 19, 2011 at 6:15 AM

        You think that he would have learned not to get involved after he made the mistake that led to the “beer summit” but this is much worse and has more possible implications than just calling the police stupid.
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        • John Carey February 19, 2011 at 7:27 AM

          As a community organizer this is the environment he needs Steve. Personally I think this is backfiring big time for him and the unions. Private Sector employees are scratching their heads. I mean they see a good job, with great benefits, and decent pay and they’re trying to see where the problem is.
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  • Jim Gourdie February 19, 2011 at 5:59 AM

    Wisconsin is beginning to look a lot like Greece. Give backs are hell.

    • John Carey February 19, 2011 at 7:23 AM

      It’s beginning to look like Greece because this is what the left desires it to look like. This is why the community organizer in chief used words like assault on the unions and so forth. When organizing for America got involve in no longer was a Wisconsin issue, it became a national issue. We must stand firm and have the courage to make these tough choices. It’s called leadership. Thanks for the comments Jim.
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  • Government Cheese February 19, 2011 at 9:16 AM

    […] Jesse Jackson: “Someone threw a protest and didn’t invite me?” […]

  • Reaganite Republican February 19, 2011 at 3:37 PM

    Send in the clowns lol
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