Tuesday, May 6, 2014

A Few GOP Convention Side Issues Walker wants us to Ignore....

Real issues like jobs and health care take a back seat to these important votes at last weekends GOP convention in Milwaukee. jsonline:
Without debate, the convention passed a resolution opposing the Common Core.
Any alternative plans? Nope.

Oh, and here are a few "side issues" Scott Walker said should get all caught up in:
The convention approved resolutions that included backing "right-to-work" legislation, election reform, gun rights and an expansion of charter school and voucher programs across the state "without limits or strings attached."
Just to recap:
Delegates rejected a measure that demanded Wisconsin pass a bill to declare the Affordable Care Act null and void in the state and forbid state and federal agents from enforcing the act. One delegate said on the floor, "If we pass this, we'll be the laughingstock of America."

Walker said that when Democrats were in charge in Madison, the state's unemployment rate was 9.2%. It's now 5.9%, he said. In December 2010, Doyle's last month in office, the unemployment rate stood at 7.8%, as the state and country were recovering from the Great Recession.
The Journal Sentinel is one of the few papers to note how the Great Recession affected jobs under Gov. Doyle. 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Walk away.

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Patrick Doyle said...

The convention approved resolutions that included backing "right-to-work" legislation, election reform, gun rights and an expansion of charter school and voucher programs across the state "without limits or strings attached."

This is exactly the platform of the Libertarian Party ran on in 1980, with David Koch as the Vice-Presidential candidate.