Scott Walker talks about his fight with the unions

This is the best interview I’ve seen with Gov. Scott Walker as he talks about the reasoning behind why he is now in the fight of Wisconsin’s life, trying to free people from the stronghold of the unions. This should be sent to every union person that you know, especially in Wisconsin:

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  • Deb

    Excellent! Now could you come to Connecticut and tell Malloy how it should be done. Increasing taxes, especially our much despised Income Tax, is NOT going to get this armpit of a State out of the hole it’s been in because of Democrat controlled Legislature.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for posting this. Great interview, and answers so many good questions. Sgt. Schultz should be strapped to a chair with his eyelids duct-taped open and forced to watch this a good 10-20 times in a row.

    • Anonymous

      Only if it is that new RED duct tape…..

  • Anonymous

    Public Employee Unions and the Dues collected are a form of redistribution for the Progressive Candidates. Maryland (the ultra Progressive State) has the following mandate:
    Union membership dues for State employees typically range from $9 to $15 per biweekly pay period but exceed $19 per pay period for certain


  • Anonymous

    “First Wisconsin as Gov.Scott Walker, NEXT STEP, The President of the United States Scott Walker !”

  • poljunkie

    This guys this greatest!

  • poljunkie

    This guys this greatest!

  • Constance

    This is exactly what a fiscal conservative looks like.

  • John

    Christie/Walker 2012?! :p

  • Wakelaw88

    Wisconsin is the “Bloody Kansas” of our time. If the majority caves in to the outragousness of the union-progressive alliance now, all is lost. It is critical that “We the People” support Governor Walker and the Republican members of the Wisconsin Senate. The longer the Democrat members refuse to do their duty, the longer this show of union-progressive desperation will continue. Send Governor Walker and the Wisconsin Senate Republicans your note of encouragement and donate to Tea Party causes who support them. Failure now means enslavement of taxpayers to public sector unions across the country.

  • SmileyDays

    The Union is in a fight for its life and knows it.
    If they lose Wisconsin – their birthplace and ‘incubator’ – it will embolden Conservatives across the country to powerfully encourage their Governors, Reps and Senators to take on the Unions everywhere.

    Isn’t it ironic that at the same time the Unions/Socialists/Communists/Islamists/Media are pushing for Revolution in the Middle East, they’re facing their potential destruction here in the United States?

  • KeninMontana

    Walker/Ryan or Ryan/Walker in 2012?

  • Anonymous

    LOSERS compromise, WINNERS don’t.
    In the Nov 2010 election in Wisconsin, as in most of America, as part of the effort to TAKE BACK OUR COUNTRY, Wisconsin voters threw out of office the lunatic-left d-crat socialist extremists and replaced them with responsible, voter-focused politicians from the Republican Party, both in the legislature and the Governorship. The new, duly-elected Wisconsin Republican MAJORITY must stand firm in their resolve to correct the horrific mess created by the d-crat socialists. That’s what the voters put them in office to do. The few, remaining, pathetically irresponsible d-crat socialists in the legislature, who RUN-AND-HIDE instead of doing their job, should GET NO SALARY OR BENEFITS WHILE IN HIDING, and the voters should remove them from office at the earliest possible opportunity.

  • Anonymous

    FDR, the father of lunatic-left d-crat BIG GOVERNMENT socialism, SUPPORTS Wisconsin Gov. Walker !!!!!

    “The process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service,” Roosevelt wrote in 1937 to the National Federation of Federal Employees. Yes, public workers may demand fair treatment, wrote Roosevelt. But, he wrote, “I want to emphasize my conviction that militant tactics have no place” in the public sector. “A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government.”

    BTW: Per the latest Rasmussen poll, MOST Americans also SUPPORT Gov. Walker and NOT the public-sector unionists.

  • Anonymous

    Good interview. I hope he stands strong.

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    Tell Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker that we are behind him!
    Office of Governor Scott Walker
    Madison WI 53702
    govgeneral at wisconsin dot gov
    115 East Capitol

  • Josie

    Illinois is so screwed! Please send the cavalry we need help bad and now we have Rahm as Mayor – oh boy.

  • Dizzyslip

    Walker lies: no local governments or local government organizations were requesting that Walker repeal collective bargaining



  • I want to personally Thank Mr. Walker for doing in just two weeks, what the entire Republican party couldn’t do overf the last two years, bring together all of this country’s various Union memberships as one and re-energize the Progressive Left.