It is imperative that Scott Walker becomes our next President. He’s proven in a quick, bold, effective way how handling the public unions was causing higher taxes, inflexible management of schools and state government in general, fiscal deficits – this hurt students, teachers, administration of the schools and state government.
Unions can be cooperative and useful in fairness to all. But Scott Walker had dealt with the unions as County Supervisor of Milwaukee County, and his experience was one of a union that didn’t care about students’ welfare, teachers’ welfare, and business-like school management. What they were absolutely unfair in negotiation was union dues.
When Scott Walker was elected Governor he challenged the public union by abolishing their entitlement to collective bargaining (except for police and firefighters). Why was that so important? It allowed the elected public servants of the government to govern in a business-like, fair manner. The fiscal deficit was erased and property taxes were lowered after a history of increases.
In fact, in California, New York and Connecticut taxes were raised and state jobs were cut to continue the “status quo” of their states.
Scott Walker calls meeting difficult challenges, “fun.”
I deeply believe in him as President in 2016 and none too soon.
We must take back our government from those incompetent, unwise, and unworthy Democrats – not just President Obama, but Secretary Clinton and all those Democrats in Congress that lack an understanding of our nation and economy.
Our people stepped forward in the elections of 2014 – Scott Walker was re-elected Governor of Wisconsin by 6 percent and a host of Republicans elsewhere.
But this is only one step – a big step in returning our nation to prosperity as well as a time of fairness – in our press, universities and schools.
Values are crucial if we are to be the people of our World War II generations.