By signing Right to Work, Gov. Walker continues his crusade on the hard-working, middle-class families of Wisconsin. From refusing to expand BadgerCare for the sick, to enacting tax cuts for the rich, gutting education and eroding collective bargaining rights for working people – Gov. Walker has shown a true disregard for Wisconsin families who work hard every day to put food on the table and a roof over their head.
By enacting Right to Work, Gov. Walker continues to tip the scales against working class families in favor of his millionaire and billionaire buddies who fund his campaign. Gov. Walker’s political stock amongst the campaign funding elite may be rising, but it is the people of Wisconsin who are paying the price of his unchecked political ambition.
Wisconsin citizens should ask the Governor, who called for this Right to Work law? Not workers and not our state’s employers who went on record to acknowledge the value unions bring to their companies. It’s time Scott Walker wakes up from his dream of higher office long enough to remember who he took an oath to serve – the working families of Wisconsin not extremist out-of-state donors.
Brothers and sisters, we will continue to stand up and fight for social and economic justice for all people. We will never give up fighting for the rights of all workers. We will never give up fighting for a better Wisconsin.
We will build upon solidarity and togetherness and honor the struggle of the workers who came before us who fought for safe working conditions, the 8-hour workday, child labor laws and dignity for working people.
We move forward, shoulder to shoulder, together with our brothers and sisters to continue to stand up for Wisconsin values and a better society for all who labor.