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I agree with Rush Limbaugh, Scott Walker’s announcement during his recent “State of the State Address” is the most important news story happening right now—and it is being kept purposely out of the mainstream news. The reason is that it proves that progressive leadership pillaging of tax payer dollars for ideological and selfish advancement has failed miserably. Scott Walker’s fiscal policies primarily in reforming collective bargaining agreements against violent Democratic, and public sector union opposition paved the way to saving Wisconsin a lot of money invoking nearly $800 million in tax cuts on the back of a $912 million dollar surplus. That is a huge story with far-reaching impact. He did what John Kasich chickened out of, and Chris Christie only alluded to—Walker’s victory was resolute and grotesquely obvious. It is a sign of the world to come. Many of the progressive policies that are currently bankrupting America and its cities started in Wisconsin during the progressive era—so it is only fitting that it end there as well. Scott Walker’s announcement essentially was a declaration of the end of progressive politics. Walker has been able to save more public sector jobs while also giving back money to the residents of Wisconsin spurring tremendous incentives for businesses to thrive under his governorship in a way that is currently unprecedented anywhere in the world. In just four years Scott Walker has turned around the economic situation in the very liberal Wisconsin right under the nose of protests, death threats and legal attempts to destroy him. Yet he has prevailed providing all of America—and the world—a “Blueprint for Prosperity” that if followed could enrich the life of even the poorest African nation within months, change the bankruptcy status of states like California, and save school districts like Lakota in Southern Ohio from neurotic slugs of cellulite trapping many human cells within the body of complete idiots. Listen to Rush’s broadcast on this matter and read more at the Breitbart link below:
I wrote the other day about the new school board at West Clermont who is planning to do essentially the same thing in their school district as Scott Walker did in the state of Wisconsin. Soon states, cities and other political districts will be forced by necessity to follow Scott Walker’s “Blueprint for Prosperity.” That promise has traditional Republicans who have suddenly found themselves well to the political left like swimmers at sea caught in a riptide. They had no idea they had drifted so far from shore—but over time they didn’t see the progressive current which had swept them along so gradually. Now they are drowning from their own neglect and stupidity—and they can only deny their follies publicly. They are attempting to turn away from the Walker news because for them, it is too late. They cannot salvage their reputations. Boehner has blown his chance, Portman has, Romney did, Mitch McConnell has, Kasich, Christie, just about everyone who calls themselves Republicans. They were all caught in the same progressive riptide and are well left of center—compared to people like Walker, Paul, and Cruz.
Democrats are even worse off, they have openly advocated socialism for the last 50 years—and it was their dumb ideas which have pretty much destroyed our country. They blamed Scott Walker over the last four years of destroying the middle-class, of giving away tax breaks to the rich—they never considered that the cost of the taxes were in dispute because the things they spent the money on were unneeded, and corrupt. Walker’s policies are only bad for public servants who have voted themselves tremendous raises as government workers. There are teachers in America who make more money than some governors of several states. The superintendent of Lakota has a compensation package that is on par with the Governor of Ohio. She makes as much money running a school district of a declining population of 17,000 students and just under 2000 employees while the governor is responsible for an entire state. She makes so much money because several Lakota teachers make six figure incomes which of course drives up the cost of management. If employees make six figures then obviously the administrators should make more so they never dispute pay increases for teachers because they have a general approach to fiscal matters that all boats rise, even if they all aren’t important, or needed. This destroys their budgets and is the primary cause of tax increases.
Not counting fuel and sales taxes I paid as much money in taxes during 2013 to purchase a luxury car with cash. I do not support the public schools, I take care of my own EMS needs, and for police—I have the Second Amendment. I don’t think America should be in bases all over the world doing the dirty work of the United Nations and I don’t want the NSA, IRS, FBI, CIA, or even the Post Office. Being conservative, it is unlikely that I used $1000 worth of the many thousands that I paid in taxes for actual services that I might value. Most of my money was stolen from me and given to derelicts and miscreants too lazy to be productive. Progressives have created more of these people by stealing my money and giving it to people who have done nothing to earn it except being born. Then these same idiots turn around and declare that abortion is good for women, and that society is somehow better without faith-based religion. Liberals and their beliefs may technically qualify them as mentally retarded. They may need help for their condition—but they certainly don’t need an office in control of budgets. Yet they have been in charge for a very long time and the tax rates have been implemented over time to be entirely too high giving back very little in real fiscal value. If I didn’t spend so much money in taxes I’d have well over a million dollars in savings for my retirement in my 40s. All Americans would be better off and the government would not be a middleman between my future and my past as they are now. Taxes are simply out of control now, so Walker’s $800 million in tax cuts are very refreshing—particularly in property taxes.
Wisconsin is proving that this formula against higher taxation works and for other states to compete with Wisconsin, they’ll have to adapt. For politicians like John Boehner, he can’t admit to it because like his Democratic partners in Washington, he is too far to the left also, and can’t endorse Walker without betraying all the deals he’s made over the years. The media because they have helped create all these social failures associated with progressivism can’t put a light on Walker’s success because it makes them look like fools. And of course Obama and his minions of socialists, communists, and former American terrorists are deeply committed to the kind of activity that Walker’s reforms attacked. Did everyone forget about the 14 Democrats who fled the state defying orders to return hoping to block a vote reforming collective bargaining—an act that brought Barack Obama to inject himself into the matter—in the long ago time of 2011? Apparently a lot of people forgot about that. Even so, Walker prevailed and won, and now all the fear mongering against him has proven to be untrue. Surprise!
Instead of the Walker story, a number of staunch Tea Party Republicans have been rounded up for prosecution on offenses much more minor than the IRS abuse story committed by The White House, the Benghazi deaths, or the Fast and Furious debacles. The message is clear; the federal government is attacking people who think like Walker hoping to impose fear into anyone who might try to duplicate his efforts. But as proven in Wisconsin, the feds don’t have any teeth. They are a bunch of pussies that lobby for millions of dollars for turtle crossings in Florida and believe that global warming is real. They are too stupid to run any economy, or put people like Dinesh D’Souza in prison. Heck even Mike Brown, the owner of The Cincinnati Bengals can beat the federal government. His team hasn’t won a playoff game during the entire 20 plus year duration of his leadership. But he can beat local and federal government. So why would anybody in their right mind fear the government? Scott Walker and a handful of law makers completely changed the direction of Wisconsin. Just think what a small army of similar conviction minded patriots could achieve. Those government idiots don’t stand a chance.
The only defense progressives have is to keep the story away from people’s eyes and ears. But it won’t work this time—the truth will be driven by results—results readily produced in Wisconsin in the last year of Governor Scott Walker’s first term.
I did a rather extensive article that will follow this one on Karl Marx for one primary reason, to show why the battle between Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin and the labor unions is the battle of our age between communism and capitalism. What Bill Clinton and Walker’s rival are talking about below is disguised socialism. Labor unions are an invention of communism, and for every union member who professes otherwise, they do not know the roots of the movement or why it came to be. Labor unions are movements toward outright communism created in the mind of Karl Marx. The middle class talked about below is the code word in communist circles as the proletariat Marx attempted to push into the bourgeoisie class to knock them out of power. The attempt here is to paint Walker as a man of the rich, “the bourgeoisie” from The Communist Manifesto. The speech below is pure communism that Lenin might have made in the early days of The Soviet Union and this is what the fight in this country now is all about.
I know many people will think that calling the union labor movement a communist movement may sound extreme to many, but that’s what it is. Communism with softer versions of socialism disguised under the flag of progressive politics is what Bill Clinton and Barack Obama want for America and on the night before the recall election millions of labor union leaders and members are silent, because they know that this recall election is a fight for American idealism.
Scott Walker has been one of the few men in this country who has had the guts to stand up to the union thugs. In Ohio, where John Kasich appeared to have the same type of guts, he has now caved under the pressure and is now a defeated man. I saw it in his face the night before the Issue 2 election even though he spoke well. In the months that followed, he quietly attempted to reach across the political aisle and repair his party relationships. Personally in the local Tea Parties many took me aside and told me not to support anti union attempts during an election year, because Kasich had to carry the state for the Republican nominee. My response was to go my own way because I will not grant labor unions a seat at the table that demands my tax money. I do not support them, and that’s all there is to it. The labor unions and the communism they represent needs to be eradicated from the American dream. It needs to be pushed back to Europe where it belongs in the bankrupt countries there; because that’s where The Communist Manifesto of Karl Marx leads countries. It is because of Karl Marx that Greece is failing and Spain is going to pieces economically. As of now it is Sweden, the only former socialist country of Europe that has made a complete reversal of political philosophy rejecting Marx and the Keynesian economics that followed in favor of capitalism–for proof, look at the marketing position of the store IKEA. They finally figured it out.
In Ohio the labor unions petitioned to remove collective bargaining reform from the law, and the unions won. Kasich now has the legacy of loss behind him without the courage to fight again. But in Wisconsin the labor unions have tried to completely remove Scott Walker as governor, because of his reforms on “collective bargaining.”
In Ohio, there were many Rhino Republicans who had without knowing it embraced socialism in America. Many of them were making great livings off it as attorneys, so when they realized the extent of “collective bargaining” reform and what it would do to a world they helped build on the foundations of communism, they did not back Kasich, and left him out to dry, which was a tragic mistake.
But in Wisconsin, the Republicans have held together, and Scott Walker has not backed down from the fight in any way. That’s why he’s going to win tomorrow, and that will be a wonderful thing. It will be a tremendous step for The United States to take a bold step away from socialism and move back toward an economic system that is dedicated to capitalism. Walker will win because the union is out of money, out of ideas and nationally at sites like this one and many others, people are starting to fight back against the communism of labor unions. Popular opinion is moving away from labor unions because people are finally starting to figure out what they’ve always been.
When a politician talks about the “working man” they are talking about the type of middle class peasant addressed in Karl Marx’s The Communist Manifesto. The labor unions in America are not American concepts at all. They are ideas of Karl Marx and for every firefighter, police officer and socialist leaning school teacher who attempts to fly the American flag to cover their European envy they deserve all the ridicule and tears that fall from losing a way of life they have forced on the American people with “FORCE.” The labor unions got where they are today not with peaceful exchange, or “working together” with politics from the other side. They did it with coercion, and mass numbers all serving the needs of the “collective,” and until Scott Walker came along, along with Chris Christie, nobody stood up to the organized labor who have operated like the mob of public sector employment for years.
I have a lot of Wisconsin readers here at the OW. Walker will win, but do not take it for granted. The communist labor unions will all show up to vote, so you must also. You must show up and take your state and your country back from these maniacal bandits–these looters of the public treasury, and you must do it boldly. Tomorrow night, when the results come in, then celebrate that you were the first to do what nobody in America has had the guts to do, and that is to stand up to the big labor unions, and face everything they can throw, and still prevail. The Scott Walker victory tomorrow will be a tremendous win for The United States in a fight to preserve capitalism in a nation filled with the cockroaches of communism embodying the labor movement. But victory is not victory until the last vote is read, and the final numbers are released. Take nothing for granted until that moment, and prepare to pop off the head of the great beast called communism.
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