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Earline Wheeler

Put the assholes to the street with no way of supporting their families. Refuse to give them a paycheck and take away their livelyhood...............Then let them whip their selves with their own stupidity!

Ed Scurry

Walker should take direction from his neighbor in Minnesota where they raised the tax on upper income individuals, raised the minimum wage and increased spending on education. Wisconsin is on the bottom of economic indicators and Minnesota on the top ???

Kim Medlong

I live in a Right to Work state...it is better named a Right to Enslave and Exploit!

Kevin Buchanan

It is the rsponsibility of the workres at each company to form a union and secure workers pay and benefits on an individual company /employee basis . It is not the role of government to dictate the policy of private companies . The public sector should have no need to be protected from its employer , the government .

Manuel  Casarez

Citizens of Wisconsin had a chance recall Walker but voted him back.I myself donated money for that cause and you were too ignorant to recall him. You're on your own now.lesson learned.

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