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Speaking the Truth

Gary is an author, trial lawyer, Mequon-area resident and town of Cedarburg supervisor. He is a columnist for the News Graphic and writes for several Wisconsin area magazines and is a national columnist with The American Thinker and PJ Media.  He lives with his wife, Lisa, and has three sons ages 18 to 28. Gary won Ozaukee County in his bid for the Wisconsin Assembly's 60th District in 2011, but came up just 58 votes short.

A THANK-YOU CARD TO SCOTT WALKER

 

The public employees, liberal activists, and union lackeys who gathered signatures for the recall of Governor Scott Walker should instead have been gathering signatures for the world's largest thank-you card. Given the fact that public employees are perhaps the biggest benefactors of Walker's Budget Repair Bill, their time and money would have been better spent trying to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for such a world record effort. I'm fairly certain they won't see things in this light, but they really have a lot to thank our new governor for.
 

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A THANK-YOU CARD FOR SCOTT WALKER

The public employees, liberal activists, and union bosses who gathered signatures for the recall of Governor Scott Walker should instead have been gathering signatures for the world's largest thank-you card. Given the fact that public employees are perhaps the biggest benefactors of Walker's Budget Repair Bill, their time and money would have been better spent trying to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for such a world record effort. I'm fairly certain they won't see things in this light, but they really have a lot to thank our new governor for.
 

Wisconsin's public employees should be able to clearly see now how they have been spared the fate of their counterparts in surrounding states, thanks to Governor Walker's courage and foresight. For example, in Detroit, where public employees unions have ruled the roost for decades, nearly 2,300 layoffs – including 400 firefighters - tops the list of actions that will keep America's poorest big city from running out of money by next April. Even socialist websites are becoming upset with the inevitable results of failing to face economic realities as Governor Walker has done in Wisconsin. The mayor's drastic plans include eliminating furlough days, a 10% across the board wage cut for all city employees, and a 10% hike in employee contributions to health care coverage and pension reforms. The city's financial crisis is so bad that the Michigan legislature is drafting a "Detroit-only" lottery in order to avoid what could be a catastrophic and unprecedented municipal bankruptcy.
 

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A THANK-YOU CARD FOR GOVERNOR WALKER

The public employees, liberal activists, and union bosses who gathered signatures for the recall of Governor Scott Walker should instead have been gathering signatures for the world's largest thank-you card. Given the fact that public employees are perhaps the biggest benefactors of Walker's Budget Repair Bill, their time and money would have been better spent trying to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for such a world record effort. I'm fairly certain they won't see things in this light, but they really have a lot to thank our new governor for.
 

Wisconsin's public employees should be able to clearly see now how they have been spared the fate of their counterparts in surrounding states, thanks to Governor Walker's courage and foresight. For example, in Detroit, where public employees unions have ruled the roost for decades, nearly 2,300 layoffs – including 400 firefighters - tops the list of actions that will keep America's poorest big city from running out of money by next April. Even socialist websites are becoming upset with the inevitable results of failing to face economic realities as Governor Walker has done in Wisconsin. The mayor's drastic plans include eliminating furlough days, a 10% across the board wage cut for all city employees, and a 10% hike in employee contributions to health care coverage and pension reforms. The city's financial crisis is so bad that the Michigan legislature is drafting a "Detroit-only" lottery in order to avoid what could be a catastrophic and unprecedented municipal bankruptcy.
 

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