Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Runaway Democrats are called out by Eric Holcomb. The public turns towards Republican plans and platforms...

In case you didn't know it, the Rasmussen Poll shows the majority of Americans support the States taking some control back from unions in the case of public sector employees.   After all, taxpayers do not get a seat at the bargaining table when the unions are demanding more money from the legislators.   Now that legislators are doing what we want them to do, to balance the budget, the unions are making a fuss, bussing in people from other states, trashing the protest areas and endangering lives.   Why?  Because the union bosses want to keep their power and control.   But public employees work for us, the taxpayers!  Tell me what is better - Teachers and schools competing for students based on their performance, or teachers having bulletproof jobs and incomes and no accountability?   Who wins if school choice is allowed?  The students and the best and often the youngest teachers!  

Check out recent Rasmussen polls:  You have to go there to read the articles, I just gave you some titles.

Most Recent Releases

March 14, 2011

Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 46%, Democrats 37%

Most Voters Still Support Guantanamo Prison, Military Tribunals for Terrorists

62% Favor Repeal of Health Care Law

Only 27% Have Positive View of Government Bailouts

On Libya and Budget, President Obama Votes 'Present' By Michael Barone

March 13, 2011

3% Say Ivy League Schools Produce Better Workers
National Public Racket By Debra J. Saunders

March 12, 2011

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

March 11, 2011

47% Have Unfavorable View of Napolitano
Americans Say Pay Should Be Based on Performance Instead of Education, Seniority
63% Say Border Control Is Top Immigration Priority
Unknown Unknowns By Lawrence Kudlow
The Crystal Ball's Senate Ratings By Larry J. Sabato
Just 17% Believe American Muslims Are Treated Unfairly
How Not to Fight Terrorism By Joe Conason

March 10, 2011

Workers Less Optimistic About Future Earnings
67% Favor Automatic Police Immigration Checks, Most Support Sanctions on Employers and Landlords
39% Say Government Not Focusing Enough on Threat of Domestic Islamic Terrorism
Social Security: Why America Can and Should Allow Private Accounts: A Commentary By Howard Rich
Who's Missing in Utah's Immigration Deal: A Commentary By Froma Harrop
Americans Think New State Laws Will Reduce Number of Abortions
Why NPR Should Urge Congress to End Its Subsidy: A Commentary by Michael Barone

March 9, 2011

27% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction
61% See President Obama As More Liberal Than They Are
30% of Workers Looking For Job Outside Current Company
48% of Wisconsin Voters Want Public Employee Pension Increases Approved by Voters
Voters Remain Pessimistic About Afghanistan
Is the President Really in Good Shape for Re-Election? By Tony Blankley
Spending's Not Better the Second Time Around By Froma Harrop

Conclusion.   The Republican Party is trying to serve the will of the public.   People are realizing this and are expressing their views accordingly!

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