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    Didn't Gov Walker just turn over a huge surplus of cash over to the state? Also, High School test scores shows Wi second in the country even after his reform of public sector unions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Didn't Gov Walker just turn over a huge surplus of cash over to the state? Also, High School test scores shows Wi second in the country even after his reform of public sector unions.
    YES and YES!!!

    Also, WI has climbed dramatically in the rankings of state business climate and growth so you can understand the progressives fear and hatred of him!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    YES and YES!!!

    Also, WI has climbed dramatically in the rankings of state business climate and growth so you can understand the progressives fear and hatred of him!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    The real question is how does the RNC like him? They hold the purse strings and endorsements. Without having them on board, a candidacy goes nowhere.-Paul
    I believe Rience Priebus is a WI boy............

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    YES and YES!!!

    Also, WI has climbed dramatically in the rankings of state business climate and growth so you can understand the progressives fear and hatred of him!!!
    The coffers of the WI Public Employee Unions have been decimated with there no longer being forced union membership.

    It is amazing how well kids can be taught by non union teachers.
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    Jindal, Walker, Christie, Cruz, et al?
    It is still a long way to 2016. Will the R's put up another primary field of a dozen or so? Will that work well? Who knows? Like I often hear when stepping to the line, "it is, what it is, just run it."

    What works for Wisconsin, may not work for another state or the country as a whole. There is not just one perfect paradigm. What works for socialist European countries may not work for the US.
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    Take a look at the fall of the median income in Wisconsin, without those income tax dollars how long do you suppose those surpluses will last? The teachers that gave you such high test scores are now retiring and leaving because the economics are no longer right for their level of education. I am certain that you will be retaining the best and brightest to stay at low wages and benefits. Not really what the private sector would do is it? Tell me how great you are doing in five years, because his policies are short sighted and the other foot is going to drop in a very predictable manner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henlee View Post
    Take a look at the fall of the median income in Wisconsin, without those income tax dollars how long do you suppose those surpluses will last? The teachers that gave you such high test scores are now retiring and leaving because the economics are no longer right for their level of education. I am certain that you will be retaining the best and brightest to stay at low wages and benefits. Not really what the private sector would do is it? Tell me how great you are doing in five years, because his policies are short sighted and the other foot is going to drop in a very predictable manner.
    Median income has a tendency to fall when more are employed at entry level wages.

    I'd like to hear about level of education from your perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Didn't Gov Walker just turn over a huge surplus of cash over to the state? Also, High School test scores shows Wi second in the country even after his reform of public sector unions.
    Who are they second to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mngundog View Post
    Who are they second to?
    I don't remember. It was a recent story on new results by state on Bing. I remember Wi because of all the controversy surrounding Walker's reforms.
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