September 14, 2015 by Chris Kite
Scott Walker is finding it tough to make a name for himself during his run for the Presidency in 2016. He suggested building a wall between the US and Canada. That resulted in a lot of head shaking and outright laughter. Perhaps he hasn’t noticed that little body of water to the north of Wisconsin called Lake Superior. It is one of four great lakes that resides between the US and Canada. How exactly do you build a wall across the great lakes?
It really isn’t surprising coming from a lightweight like Walker.
When that didn’t take, he decided to do what he does best. Abuse the power of government to destroy unions. After all, isn’t that why the Koch brothers bought their Scott Walker puppet?
This Republican, who claims to be for small government, wants to use government to destroy unions. He wants to make every state a “right to work” state. He wants to use the power of the federal government to force states to become “right to work.” When government steps in to change the way businesses work, isn’t that big government?
He wants to get rid of federal employee unions.
And in his one “small government” move, he wants to eliminate the National Labor Relations Board. I guess now that corporations are people and can legally own the government, the next step is eliminating any parts of the government that still look out for individuals and workers.
Walker could bring jobs back to the United States with his ideas. After all, if he can make US workers earn less than Chinese workers, wouldn’t much production move back to the US?