Mar 9, 2015

Scott Walker Thinks His Experience Of Fighting Teachers Is Like Fighting ISIS!

On one side you have The Great Ronald Reagan, Saint of the conservative movement, arguing FOR citizens rights and ability to form unions for collective bargaining purposes.

Moment of Zen - Ronald Reagan Supports Unions - Ronald Reagan supports unions and collective bargaining in a speech from the 80s. (0:09)

On the other side you have Scott Walker who is, essentially, calling teachers arguing for their right to form unions for collective bargaining, 'ISIS type terrorists';

Washington Post On Scott Walker: He has not impressed many leading Republicans with his grasp of foreign affairs. He drew mockery from members of both parties last month for refusing to talk about foreign policy on a trip to London and then for comparing his experience battling labor protesters to taking on Islamic State terrorists.

Lets take a look at what these ISIS type teachers are like, shall we...

Crisis in Dairyland - For Richer and Poorer - Scott Walker puts the public sector unions -- and particularly teachers -- on notice that the gravy train is over. (3:03)

Crisis in Dairyland - Apocalypse Cow - Wisconsin Republicans use a loophole to vote without Democrats, and Sam Bee gets a taste of what it's like to live the teacher's dream. (6:26)

5 x Five - Colbert Report on Unions - Teachers - From robot educators in Japan to the elimination of collective bargaining in Wisconsin, Stephen explores the issues that are facing teachers today. (2:50)

Scott Walker

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