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Old 06-05-2012, 11:28 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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It looks like most of the normal people left... the rest are just here to post sad one-liners. Anyone with any sense realized how bitter & partisan they are, why waste your breath on someone that ignores facts?

I don't concede any 'points' made by right-wingers here, they intentionally use bad information, lie & misdirect in the hope of confusing someone to support them. I don't need to waste my time with that & I'm guessing other normal people came to the same conclusion.
That's it right there-a huge waste of time to talk to the right-wingers. You are exaclty right.
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:39 PM
 
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If the most educated of Wisconsin are leaving, doesn't it just become a new Mississippi? Why would a progressive company choose Wisconsin if the most educated workers take the first chance to leave for more progressive states with better opportunities?
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Old 06-06-2012, 08:47 AM
 
Location: Colorado
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If the most educated of Wisconsin are leaving, doesn't it just become a new Mississippi? Why would a progressive company choose Wisconsin if the most educated workers take the first chance to leave for more progressive states with better opportunities?
The anti-labor states are also the poorest. I think Walker and the Kochs did one favour for labor though, it has been inspiring how fired up our workforce has been. I haven't contributed to a political campaign before this year, and I've never seen the labor movement so organized. It's inspiring. I'm very proud of our unions.
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