by New Richmond News
December 7, 2011 at 10:40 pm in New Richmond News
Two of the area’s state legislators attended the third annual St. Croix County Economic Development Corp.’s legislative forum Monday night. Continue Reading
Tags: Legislature, new richmond, Wisconsin 6 Comments »
Why aren’t the areavoice trolls pouncing on this story? I was hoping to have some good laughs tonight.
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So what does shutting down public sector unions have to do with private sector “Job Creators” wanting to start businesses in Wi? Does it make them feel safe that the private sector unions will dissolve also? Or, changing voting districts, conceal carry, abortion clinics, what do they have to do with job creation?
Tax credits? I guess maybe I’m wrong, but if I were a business person, I don’t care how much money I was “credited”, I still won’t hire if people are not buying. No point in hiring to make more inventory that’s not going to move.
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Curbing the previously out of control public unions to decrease future taxes. Anyone starting or moving a business here is looking long term and this certainly helps. If I were trying to decide between MN and WI the fact that this state is at least doing something to fight rising taxes and public spending would make the choice clear.
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Crickets chirping, Republicans. We have the second worst job record in the nation and HSO uses the headline “Legislators Convinced State is on Right Track”? Come on. By the time this administration is done, how much money in lawsuits is this going to cost WI citizens because of all the vile, devisive legislation? While people are waiting for jobs to be created, what have the Republicans done? Let’s see, they’re in the process of banning birth control with the “Personhood” legislation, they’re allowing logging companies to come in and log state parks, they’re de-regulating mining and water protection, they’re suppressing votes, they’re reducing state funding to local communities and where did all the money go that took 1 billion dollars away from education and take 60,000 people including 20,000 children off Badger care? The money is going to Scooter’s cronies and to pay for his legal bills. They’re predicting 1.5 million recall signatures. This administration is going down in flames and even Waukesha clerk Kathy Nicholaus may not be able to save it.
Oh, I forgot about the on-going federal investigation into Walker’s shenanigans in Milwaukee.
And waiting for people to come online to poke at their differences, that’s is what I would call, anyone, anyone? Trolling!
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