is right. Yesterday, the former Governor, in a painstakingly transliterated post, asked her “union brothers and sisters” in to join the “commonsense movement”, reminding them that they must be “willing to sacrifice” their “unsustainable benefits packages” that are unjustly funded by the tax-payer. I agree completely. After all, why should professionally educated teachers expect to be paid like professionals in the ? It’s an exceedingly unreasonable notion coming from a group of supposedly edumacated individuals.
Palin continued by saying that she “will always speak up in defence of the teaching profession”, and then warned the Wisconsin teachers not to be “taken in by the union bosses”, who are only protesting to “protect their own powerful privileges and their own political clout”. Again, the former Governor hits the mark because, as we all know, the right ofto on behalf of their members can only possible benefit the union representatives. Also, collective bargaining sounds an awful lot like democracy to me, which, as I discussed in my letter to Governor Walker, is anathema to this republic; as this quote by the , thomas Jefferson, proves:
“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.”
Lastly, I must join Ms. Palin in begging union members in Wisconsin not to be “led astray” by their own interests and join with “millions of other union members” who have happily received their lifetime membership of the contented serfdom. As one testimonial from a smiling peasant put it:
“This is doubleplusgood!”