March 4, 2011

Champions of the "middle" class?

I don't think so.

If Obama was part of the NFL labor talks....

NFL goes from making $9Billion to losing $90Billion per year

An overpaid NFL Czar is appointed who knows nothing of football or management, but will implement Obama's social engineering ideas on the NFL.

All straight, white coaches will be fired to be replaced by women, gays, and the trangendered. Again no football coaching experience is necessary.

All NFL salaries are capped at $150,000. Most of the current stars retire immediately.

Players make the teams based on their politics, who they donate to, and which quota they fill. Knowing how to play football is not a requirement.

NFL training tables will only serve vegetarian MREs by order of Michelle Obama.

Medical Marijuana is no longer banned by the league as the NFL Czar is a huge partaker of the the "herb".

Scores are no longer kept.

Every team is declared a champion.

Finally, the NFL will collapse like Detroit.


March 3, 2011

Thanks for the links!

Thanks for following and passing on the Senzig story!

Senzig update.

The posts containing the vile photos showed in our previous post have been removed.

Luckily I saved screen captures.

Sign in Senator Tim Cullen's Subdivision

And what is the Mr. Senzig teaching his students?


A note from a concerned parent.

“Here are a few facts for you. Originally, the trololo wasn't really anything too bad. There was a song written about a cowboy during the cold war and they knew the Russians would never allow it to be played. So, they removed the words and made it a what Gifford's choir did. The problem is this...The movie V for Vendetta shows a strikingly similar idea...with MUCH deeper meaning and implications. In it a shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" uses terrorist tactics to fight against his totalitarian society.
His supporters, all wear masks like the ones Gifford's choir director chose to use. The movie cover says: "People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people."

Personally, all this is to close for comfort. Coincidence? I don't buy it.

If you don't believe me, look at some of the comments from the Youtube post:
Obviously some people understand the message...right?

I believe the choir director knew EXACTLY what he was doing....and the innocents were duped.
The question remains...will he continue to make fools of everyone and get his subtle, yet very sick message out?”

Why is the PTA playing in politics?

Article III section G of National PTA By-Laws:

"The organization or members in their official capacities shall not, directly or indirectly, participate or intervene (in any way, including the publishing or distributing of statements) in any political campaign on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate for public office; or devote more than an insubstantial part of its activities to attempting to influence legislation by propaganda or otherwise."

If PTA's are not supposed to play politics, why then is the Gifford Middle School PTA injecting themselves into the current battle over the Budget Repair Bill?

They claim to only be passing on information, but that information is from pro union anti Walker zealots like Jack Senzig.  His rhetoric is shown just beneath this posting.

March 2, 2011

What is a Racine Unified Teacher Showing Our Students?


Lovely isn't it?  The badger state gutted. 

That's not all.  Check this out.

I don't relish putting vile images like these on my blog, however these are the images that have been posted for the public by a middle school teacher from Racine, Jack Senzig.

Mr.Senzig has another blog where he promotes and communicates to his choir members and parents, he is playing politics there where he claims Governor Walker is waging war on unions.  Why do these politics need to be on a choir blog?

Being an it's for the children kind of teacher Sanzig also cancelled a weeks worth of rehearsals so he could "support his union"

Most disturbingly Senzig has posted the link to his hate filled political blog on the blog for his choir parents and members.

Of course Senzig fails to understand that he does not work for the state, he works for Racine Unified which is loaded with lackeys of WEAC and he will get a much better deal than what the Governor is proposing

Apparently Mr. Sanzig thinks Wisconsin has an unending supply of money and he thinks it is just fine to take his politics to the classroom, or to show disgusting images to middle school children.

Will the Racine Journal Times tell this story?

Collective Bargaining....

Explained in terms a hippie stoner could understand.

To all the frothing at the mouth lefties r.e. Koch Industries...

You are invested in them.

March 1, 2011

It is time to remove these union thugs.

Forward to about the 3 minute mark to see Senator Grothman being mobbed.  Seriously, it is time to remove this unruly mob.  Take pictures, if these are state employees, fire them, they are not civil enough to be employed by the taxpayers of this state.

Gordon Hintz

Yeah, the Assemblyman caught with a prostitue who yelled at a female colleague, "You are f*****g dead!"...

Why hasn't he resigned yet?

Oh yeah, he is a (D)

Can you imagine the cries from the (D)s if he was an (R)?

About the polls.

You might want to look at the samples before reading too much into them.


Really?  Newt?

Useful Graphs

High Speed to Insolvency

George Will on liberals fasciantion with trains.


The local fishwrap finally ran an article pointing out how much union money the Democrats get.

You think the liberals are screaming now?

Wait until they see this.

February 28, 2011

MRQ Ethel has seniority

I’m sure she deserved it  Wigdy
How much for your daughter? Huck
Snow, freeze, ice, thaw, snow, freeze, ice thaw  MME Zoltar
screws people over  Dan
Ethel has seniority  Hale-bopp
Go pound sand.  Doug
feeling the love  Trog
extremely stressed yet relieved SER
a few bucks to the males  'Ol Broad
bragging it up  BBS
trying to stink  Owen
A test.  CFR
have you lost weight?  Trog
spoiled brats who need to go get their diaper changed  Dan
they will insist that you are well endowed  Bussorah

Walker layeth the smack upon the President

I’m sure the President knows that most federal employees do not have collective bargaining for wages and benefits while our plan allows it for base pay. And I’m sure the President knows that the average federal worker pays twice as much for health insurance as what we are asking for in Wisconsin. At least I would hope he knows these facts.
Furthermore, I’m sure the President knows that we have repeatedly praised the more than 300,000 government workers who come to work every day in Wisconsin.
I’m sure that President Obama simply misunderstands the issues in Wisconsin, and isn’t acting like the union bosses in saying one thing and doing another.

Escape to Rockford...

H/T Lisa

The new civility part I lost count +1

It's just fine to punch a Fox News reporter if you are a liberal in Madison.

The new tone, I lost count.

This is unreal.

Wisconsin Media and Union Lexicon

As the protests go on in Wisconsin I believe we need to begin a talking points lexicon for the average citizen.  Call this an effort to put clarity into the talking points of the day.

Eliminating Collective Bargaining Rights – Governor Walker is not eliminating collective bargaining for wages, only for benefits.  Governor Walker is not proposing any changes to public sector unions or Wisconsin’s existing civil service protections.

Peaceful protest – Not to be used with TEA party events; those shall be referred to as angry mobs.

Dictator – In the November elections Republicans took over the Governor’s mansion the state Assembly and Senate.  Liberals who had no ethical issues with their side being in control and ignoring the minority party are now outraged that the new Governor has a similar path to push his agenda.

Middle Class – the people who could not possibly afford the lavish benefit packages of union workers that they pay for with their taxes.

Anti-union – See also pro-taxpayer.

We gave up – Unions love to talk about what they gave up in prior negotiations.  Contracts are granted from a given point in time to another point in time.  The end of those contracts does not mean you get to keep those items for life.  Union members have a difficult time grasping this concept.

We’re broke – We’re broke.

Union busting – If the Governor wanted to decertify unions he could, he has not.  Additionally, nothing that has been proposed has any effect on private sector unions. The Governor’s bill would allow employees the choice to opt out of union membership.  

Participating in Democracy – Hiding in Illinois.

New Civility – See also peaceful protest, ignore examples of hate speech from pro-union demomstrators.

Pro-taxpayer – See also anti-union.

Jesse Jackson – Do not get between him and a TV camera.

Budget stalemate – See also Illinois Department of Tourism.

Vigil – No where else to go, nothing better to do.

Koch money – The 83rd rated political donators, well behind union giving.

Democrats – Bought and paid for agents of the union movement.  They decry corporate money (which usually goes to both sides) while stuffing money in their campaign accounts funneled from the taxpayers through the unions to themselves.

Payback – Four of the three hundred and fourteen police and fire unions supported Scott Walker’s candidacy for Governor.  For that stunning support of 1.3% percent of fire and police unions in Wisconsin Governor Walker is obviously paying them back for their overwhelming support by exempting them from his budget repair bill.

Doctor's Excuse - A signed fill in the blank document from someone who has been through medical school but flunked the required course on ethics.

We can't afford. - We are not willing to accept a fraction of the sacrifices the people who pay our lavish benefit and pension packages have had to endure.

Personal Day - Illegal work stopage.

More Hypocrisy by Educators

Facebook, the bastion of sketchy facts and abundant opinion, has become a place of waning collegial respect for me. As you might expect, many of my Facebook friends work in the educational realm in some capacity. It has gotten to the point where I hesitate to log on for fear of what colleague has let me down now. For example:

1. Links to "Stories" and clever catch-phrases filled with evil for Governor Walker (I don't care for similar pointless rhetoric done toward liberals as well). Instead of forming an opinion infused with salient points, they'd rather sound like a ranting lunatic. Perhaps due to having no ground for their argument?

2. Teachers are showing support for the 14 State Senators hiding out of state. Many of those same teachers teach about how our government functions with a bicameral legislature and so on. How do they justify teaching about how a bill becomes law and then support the blatant abandoning of those tenets by Senator Wirch and the like? Hypocrisy at the highest level.

3. Overall what the protestors and complainers are doing flies in the face of what they despise in the system. Regardless of which side of the aisle they fall on, nearly all teachers are tired of the handouts schools flood the students and families with today. Now their screams for entitlement ring louder than those of the "disadvantaged families."

I can handle disagreements on politics and beliefs. However, what is happening now does irreparable damage to the professionalism and reputations of those who I work beside. It is a sad, sad time to be a teacher.

February 27, 2011

I'm home.

Spent the weekend in Illinois, no sign of the Illinois or Indiana Cowardly Fleebaggers...  I hear there were 400 people at the recall Wirch rally on Saturday.  I'm sure the media reported a dozen....

In case you missed it check out what has been going on at Badger Blogger this weekend you should check it out...

Libs making up lies about Governor Walker, they got caught and they are trying to blame others for their own bad behavior..