'Sleazy tactics' are endless recalls, lies
In April 12 letters, we see charges of GOP "sleazy tactics again" concerning GOP response to the latest recall elections. The pot never tires of calling the kettle black.
I think these endless recall elections are sleazy.
The liberals will waste tens of millions of dollars on these recalls, using money from taxes that could have helped the poor children they profess to care about.
It seems getting their own way is more important. You want to talk about sleazy tactics?
How about the thugs who broke into the capitol building windows and caused over $200,000 damage to the building? Or the "revered professional educators" who marched school kids into harms way to participate in the mobs surrounding the capitol?
How about those paragons of virtue who called in sick, so they could join the mob in Madison? How about the physicians who set up a booth in the square so they could write fake medical excuses for the "revered professional educators" who were lying to their employers and causing school closures?
Let's talk about the professional conduct of posting threats to put a bullet in the head of politicans.
Sleazy behavior is what I call politicians' flight to Illinois to bring legislation to a halt. Democracts, of course, call such fugitive behavior heroic. It's pathetic.
What's really sleazy is forcing property taxpayers to cough up money for teachers, which is skimmed off by unions, to elect Democrats who will give more to teachers.
Now the teachers' unions want to return to the days when taxpayers just handed over the money and kept their mouths shut. It's not going to happen. Those days need to be over, for taxpayers and our children and for our future.
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