The class warfare paradox, the top upper echelon…tippy-tippy top 1% of America procures 95% of allll its dollars and cents…BLING…MONEY. However, and this is the part that keeps me up at night, the people who work on the bottom rung of the ladder…if they are lucky to have a rung and just not sweep up the manure that falls from the upper rungs…BLAZINGLY defend policies that are not in their best interest economically, usher them into debt and could care less if they have enough to retire (if they don’t go bankrupt from their healthcare first). I don’t get it; I have to laugh at it that’s how absurd it is! In the state of Wisconsin the Union obliteration is being sponsored by, none other, than huge private corporations to take away worker’s rights to bargain, that have been an installation in this country since the 19th century and become a part of its fabric and moral fiber. So I thought.
Gov. Walker, like most of the GOP are fueled and funded by billionaire’s and corporations, to be fair almost everyone is, except this is so far from being in the interest of the people. The Tea Party and Republicans are trying to pay for the current deficit, which they caused (See My “Recap of The Worst Moments of The Decade”), stemming from Reagan’s Trickle-Down-Voodoo-That-He-Did-Economics, tax cuts for the wealthy and increased domestic and foreign spending (spending!!), by cutting the working and middle class. Inevitably, asking the lower classes to sacrifice, while trying to give cuts to the Big Fish…Which does not stimulate the economy it just stimulates them (See Republican sex scandals and yearning to be involved with same sex relationships).… Unions have already said they would sacrifice, hence bargaining and will pay more into whatever they need to, their healthcare and pensions. This is not good enough for a Party that wants to see the annihilation of the working man, someone who makes 35K a year and will have a pension less than that. Wake up people and stop voting against your interest. I know its hard for you to pay enormous taxes on your imaginary company when you fantasize about becoming a millionaire in a country that is not really set up for you to become any longer.