Sep 22 2011

Unions Surrender In Wisconsin

Published by at 3:17 pm under All General Discussions

Oh, this is sooo sweet:

As the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports, today is the deadline for unions to file petitions seeking a recertification election, and to pay a fee to the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission. And that is a process upon which the larger unions are not embarking, with only a few locals thus far taking on the challenge. The unions can continue to exist, but will lose many important advantages of certification.

School budgets are turning around as the monopoly the union controlled health plan is broken and they are forced to compete in the open market. This means more funds for teaching and teachers with no loss in benefits.

Change you can believe in (and take to the bank)

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Unions Surrender In Wisconsin”

  1. MerlinOS2 says:

    Public unions are pure overhead drag serving little purpose other than acting as a cash cow to fund democrat elections.

    Take that away and the Dems would fold like a cheap suitcase.

  2. lurker9876 says:

    Like the Post Office.

    When will these teachers understand that they haven’t lost their benefits?

  3. DJStrata says:

    This needs to be the prime example for the 2012 elections. It is possible to make changes that will actually work. The new slogan: “Change we can believe in AND take to the bank!” Forget the “Yes! We can!.” We need the “Yes! We did!”