Is Scott Walker a puppet for the Billionaire class. What do the Billionaires really want from, their Politicians.?
Scott Walker, used a tactic to pit the middle class against it self. By saying that Union workers were the cause of the States financial trouble. is killing Education and workers retirements and is backed by the people who have the most to gain by these and other policy's.
- ?Lv 66 years agoFavourite answer
Walker's plan to eviscerate collective bargaining rights for public employees is right out of the Koch brothers' playbook. Koch-backed groups like Americans for Prosperity, the Cato Institute, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and the Reason Foundation have long taken a very antagonistic view toward public-sector unions. Several of these groups have urged the eradication of these unions. The Kochs also invited (PDF) Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, an anti-union outfit, to a June 2010 confab in Aspen, Colorado; Mix said in a recent interview that he supports Governor Walker's collective-bargaining bill. In Wisconsin, this conservative, anti-union view is being placed into action by lawmakers in sync with the deep-pocketed donors who helped them obtain power. (Walker also opposes the state's Clean Energy Job Act, which would compel the state to increase its use of alternative energy.) At this moment—even with the Wisconsin uprising unresolved—the Koch brothers' investment in Walker appears to be paying off.
- 6 years ago
Do you know what a hangman is? He's that.
Why the Boehner for Soros, you act like he made a major Santorum in the Bush.
After observing Soros for some years now, I have concluded he’s neither evil nor completely liberal. He is, in my mind, a liberal partisan whose own political views don’t fit neatly into any box.
Rightfully, he has raised the ire of conservatives here in the U.S., not so much for his ideas but for his die-hard support of Democratic candidates and liberal causes.
Soros emerged as a star in the political firmament during the 2004 election when he spent an estimated $24 million in an effort to defeat President George W. Bush, saying removing him from office was the “central focus of my life” and a “matter of life and death.”
Soros was also an early supporter of Barack Obama, though he held back significant financial support for Obama’s presidential bid in 2008. In the 2010 congressional elections, Soros, wisely, largely sat out the race, saying the Republican “avalanche” couldn’t be stopped.
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- Big KLv 76 years ago
Well the "Billionaire Class" is largely a left leaning group of individuals who tend to spit on people from Wisconsin as backwards, something like you yourself are doing. Unions in the modern day are nothing more than a tool that established businesses can use to choke competition.
- JohnLv 56 years ago
Billionaire don't care about politics, other that the control. Why do you apply that same logic to Obama, and Soros, and Buffet. Buffet, and the unions (myself included) are the people that stand to lose out on the pipeline. Who did he side with?
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- Anonymous6 years ago
Scott Walker for President 2016
- PixieLv 76 years ago
- MoLv 76 years ago
I thought he was one half of The Righteous Brothers!
- MardukLv 76 years ago
Obedience. They all went to Sheldon Adelson to kiss his butt for money.
- Anonymous6 years ago
right wing billionaires want empty headed suits who never question what they are told
- EdWinterLv 76 years ago
Ask George Soros.