Wisconsin made history in a different way Tuesday night. As Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said, the recall election will go down in the record books as the night “the campaign to save America” began.
“All agreements are subject to the clause in the Illinois law that says ‘subject to appropriation,’” Quinn said while touring a Chicago Public School on the first day of classes. “If the General Assembly doesn’t appropriate the money, the governor doesn’t have the authority on his own motion to appropriate money. So I have to abide by the will of the General Assembly. They passed a budget that requires reductions, and therefore we’ll have to carry those reductions out.”
In other words, you public employee suckers should read the fine print before you back a guy like this!
This is asymmetrical warfare. Seven percent of the population cares intensely about public sector union contracts — and nothing else. The remaining 93 percent of voters can’t be bothered to care.
Police officers are being asked to stand in solidarity with the unions. And why shouldn’t they? No one has a problem with teachers or the vast majority of everyday union members. But the people who are leading these protests, like Van Jones, are engendering revolution and a chaotic spirit across the country. Jones is even part of a new New York state curriculum which contains anti-police rhetoric and focuses not on how police help the community but on police brutality. If you know a police offer, please, pass this show on to them. All the research for tonight’s show can be found underneath the video.