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  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Dec 19, 2012 12:51 PM Flag

    Right to work in Michigan will be overturned in 2014.

    Governor Snyder has a net loss of support of -28 points since signing the right to work law in Michigan. Republicans in the Legislature are at a 35% popularity.

    Voters have awakened and the GOP is DOA in Michigan for decades. GUARANTEED!!!!!

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • It is amazing how the GOP can lie constantly, and the uneducated and religious zealots will eat up every word like a box of candy. They are closing public facilities, making birth choices difficult for women, lowering wages, shifting taxes from businesses to individuals, raising fees and taxes for the lower economic strata and saying how much this pain is benefiting those affected. "Big Brother is Watching YOU".

    • RTW doesn't force anything. It is a repeal of the use of force.

    • If everyone was against RTW then the law wouldn't matter because everyone would create the effect of the law through their own behavior.

    • tmohar@sbcglobal.net tmohar Dec 19, 2012 10:45 PM Flag

      Detroit 82 million in debt a bloated city and school district gov. 18% unemployment in the city. Don't you think it is time to try something else.I heard last night about a state patrol officer in California retireing at 55 getting 95% of his wage being retired. 179,000 per year. No wonder why they are 50 billion in the hole. Thats plain nuts.

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      • I heard last night about a state patrol officer in California retireing at 55 getting 95% of his wage being retired. 179,000 per year.
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        A patrol officer's wage exceeding $100,000?
        Ridiculous garbage....which you of course immediately gobbled down.

      • I heard last night about a state patrol officer in California retireing at 55 getting 95% of his wage being retired. 179,000 per year.
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        From the Sacramento Bee:
        "California police officers made, on average, $92,976, including overtime, incentive pay and payouts upon retirement during 2010, according to a Bee analysis of data from the state controller's office....Average pay for police captains across the state was $147,940."

        "Police officers tended to earn closer to their average maximum posted salary of $82,000."

        Yet you're claiming some state patrol officer's wage was $188k/year (95% = $179k/year). Yeah right.

      • I heard last night about a state patrol officer in California retireing at 55 getting 95% of his wage being retired

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        I heard last night about Rush Limbaugh getting an $800,000 tax deduction for raping 14 virgins and then peeing on them, then shooting them in the head. That's plain nuts.

        When will this Contard raping madness stop?

 
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