Wednesday, March 23, 2011

When Judges Rule the World

     Okay, maybe not the world, but in this country.   Judges are ruling for the unions and in many a case over riding the budget fixes put into effect by the newly elected to fix the problem of their states going bankrupt.    Why?  BECAUSE WE ARE OUT OF MONEY, that's why.  When you are in the dreaded private sector and your income is less than you expenses, you cut costs.  It is not easy cutting costs, sometimes it means less benefits to be had, lowering wages, or even layoffs.  No one is safe in a recession/depression.

Christie's budget cuts left N.J. schools unable to provide 'thorough and efficient' education, judge rules

Manager delivers ‘sobering’ plan

Wisconsin Judge Maryann Sumi & Her (SEIU, AFL-CIO) Political Operative Son

There’s nothing like a judge’s love for her son to cloud her otherwise-cloudy judgment.
On Friday, unions scored a temporary victory to maintain their ability to collect union dues from Wisconsin public employees when Judge Maryann Sumi (the same judge who refused to order striking teachers back to work in February) issued a Temporary Restraining Order preventing the implementation of Wisconsin’s new law governing public-sector unions.

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