Sunday, November 13, 2011

The Walker Budget Is Already Working! Part XXXVI

I've said it before and I'll keep saying it until Scott Walker is gone, but when you cut workers' salaries, they obviously have less to spend.  And when the workers have less to spend, it's the businesses that count on their spending that suffers.

Sadly, not even former Packer players are immune to Walker's avarice:
Former Green Bay Packers safety LeRoy Butler compares closing his Ford dealership to losing the Super Bowl.

"The two saddest days in my life were the day we didn't win the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos and the day I closed my dealership," Butler said. "No question, this is as sad as losing the Super Bowl. I'm heartbroken for my employees. That's tearing me apart."

LeRoy Butler Ford's last day in business was Thursday. The dealership at 1620 Royalton St. had 15 employees.
Now that's about as anti-Wisconsin as you can get. He's got to go.

Recall starts November 15.

Be ready, Walker. We're coming!

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