Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Can We Go Back to Boring Now?

About a week ago, I was thrilled with all of the excitement of Scott Walker vs. the Unions. The first interesting thing that has happened in this state, probably in my lifetime.

Fast forward to today. Every single commercial break is littered with anti-Walker commercials, on radio and television. Now we're getting two or three phone calls a day urging us to oppose Walker. Next time they call, I'm just going to scream at the top of my lungs: "SHUT THE F*** UP!!" (What? That's an "L-I-P" behind those asterisks. Get your mind out of the gutter.)

I'm about ready to go Office Space on my radio and tv. I welcome the 2012 apocalypse. Bring it on. Anything to end this torture.

The unions must be swimming in cash to afford all this. Maybe they should give some of that dues money back to those poor little teachers, those working people they claim to be on the side of, instead of doing their level best to drive this working person out of her ever-loving mind.

Can we go back to boring now? Thanks.

1 comment:

Bill589 said...

I used to work for the government. If I refused to show up for my job, I’d be fired. Why these 14 public servants, state employees, can refuse to go to work and not be fired is beyond me.

Sorry it has to happen in your state, and yet in a way I’m envious. We don’t have a governor with the right principles and guts to do what Walker is doing. CT is deep blue.