Why Teachers Unions Must End

Greed.  It’s simply all about greed.  Both Unions and Big Government have failed students attending public schools.  The students never have a chance.  The teachers don’t care, and government regulations stifle education.  Public Union Teachers are not poorly paid.  Their salaries and benefits are better than private educators.  On average, the public teacher’s yearly salary is about $80,000 to $100,000 dollars.  Their health benefits and pensions are paid for, by tax payer dollars for life. Whereas, the average private worker is earning $40,000 to $60,000 a year, and they pay for their own benefits and their own pension.

 

But it is out of Private Workers Taxes that go to pay for Public Workers Salaries and Benefits.

IS THAT FAIR?


The Communist in Chief, Obama, has encouraged the Wisconsin teachers to fight back against the states legally elected governor, Scott Walker.

The state is only asking for the teachers to pay their fair share of their own benefits.  Union bosses are refusing and are demanding the state raise taxes.

With an unemployment rate over 7% and a budget shortfall in the millions of dollars, the state would lose more private industry if taxes go up.

The National Socialist Democratic Party has sided with the Unions, as has the communist dictator Obama.

The president’s political machine worked in close coordination Thursday with state and national union officials to get thousands of protesters to gather in Madison and to plan similar demonstrations in other state capitals.

Their efforts began to spread, as thousands of labor supporters turned out for a hearing in Columbus, Ohio, to protest a measure from Gov. John Kasich (R) that would cut collective-bargaining rights.

Wisconsin’s legislative democrats have left the state, and are hiding to prevent a vote to force the teacher unions to pay their fair share.  Their “Skin In the Game“.

“Everybody’s going to have to give”

“Everybody’s going to have to have some skin in the game.”

Obama said

Apparently, public unions are excluded from that.  Teachers in Wisconsin are taking a sick day to protest.  Isn’t that illegal?

Let’s consider grading Public Teachers, shall we.  The best way to judge the performance of Public Teachers is by the success of the graduation rate.

Differences: The rate of public school students entering college after graduation has fluctuated between 62-67% in recent years. A variety of factors come into play which result in that relatively low matriculation rate. The drop out rate in public schools tends to have a negative effect on matriculation data.

In private schools the matriculation rate is typically in the 90-95% range. Minority students who attend a private high school are more likely to attend college than minority students who attend public school according to NCES data. The reason why most private high schools do well in this area is that they are generally selective. They will only accept students who can do the work.


However, public teachers performance is decidedly less than private educators.

The event in Wisconsin should awaken every parent that has a child in a public school.  Do you want your child to succeed in life, job, wealth,  success, and in their pursuit of happiness?  As guaranteed in the Constitution of the United States.  Why allow public union teacher go unaccountable?  Why let state and federal government go unaccountable?

Governor Scott Walker campaigned on reforming public education and public unions.  Why are the unions surprised by his actions?

Next, there’s Civility.

Selective hearing and selective reasons:  Unions want a meeting with the Governor, but are the Unions willing to bargain in good faith?  Absolutely not!

She can hear you, she just doesn’t want to answer the question.

The states don’t have the money to continue to pay for these bloated salaries and benefits.  The Public Unions don’t want to bargain in good faith.  The taxpayers are caught in the middle, and it’s about time states begin to reconcile this.  Teacher reconciled this by taking the student to the protest.  Using the students as shields and pawns, but the students didn’t even know why they were there.

We’re trying to stop whatever this dude is doing?

How much more despicable can you get?  Teachers are using children that should be in school, as unwitting protesters.  This is criminal activity.  It’s plain and simple.

So what’s a parent to do?  You want the best for your child.  You want to send them to the best schools.  But what if you can not afford to?  They’ll throw you  in jail.  That’s exactly what happened to an Ohio mother.  When a school is failing your children, what do you do?

An Ohio mother’s attempt to provide her daughters with a better education has landed her behind bars.

These are the policies of the National Socialist Democrat Party and their Union Thugs.  They prevent children from getting a better education.  They keep the poor, poor.  They target the poor for extermination by forcing them to abort their children.  The democrats and the public unions are pure evil.

What’s For Dinner?

Pan Seared Catfish with Steamed Jasmine Rice and Vegetable Medley

 

 

 

 

 

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11 Responses to “Why Teachers Unions Must End”

  1. SpinnyLiberal Says:

    “The state is only asking for the teachers to pay their fair share of their own benefits. ”

    Not true. The bill strips them of their collective bargaining rights. They could have done the “fair share” thing without silencing them. Just call it what it is – an attack on unions.

    Anyway, dinner looks good! Aloha!

    • Kini Says:

      The bill does ask the Unions to pay their fair share, and yes, it does strip them of collective bargaining. My belief is that there should not be any Public Unions in Government. Federal or State.

      The Unions have never bargained in good faith. They demand more from the taxpayers, and they deliver little quality in return. If anything, Public Unions have attacked the Taxpayers.

      Franklin Delano Roosevelt said this in 1937:

      “Meticulous attention should be paid to the special relations and obligations of public servants to the public itself and to the Government….The process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service. A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to obstruct the operations of government until their demands are satisfied. Such action looking toward the paralysis of government by those who have sworn to support it is unthinkable and intolerable.”

      Thanks for posting, and the dinner complement.
      Aloha!

  2. Kini Says:

    Heh! Early dinner leaves room for evening snacks!
    🙂

  3. Grant Says:

    Hey Liberal,

    The majority of the voters also agree with Walker. According to many polls, the majority of Americans are also oppose to unionized government employees. It seems the OFA/union mob in Madison is trying to overturn an election because they don’t like the results. How “liberal” of them.

    We can argue the merits of the proposed legislation or of public unions, however the unions/liberals clearly want to decide the issue by thuggish means.

    • SpinnyLiberal Says:

      Not overturn an election. More like self-preservation. Taking away collective bargaining rights is the same as gutting the union.

      Heh thuggish. Fleeing the state and striking/protesting is not thuggish. Sending a state trooper and the Seargent-at-Arms to the Minority leader’s house is. Especially when they know very well he can’t be arrested when Congress is in session.

      • Grant Says:

        I figured you’d support the actions of union thugs. “Self-preservation?!” What a joke. More like the preservation of looting the taxpayers.

      • Kini Says:

        SL, collective bargaining is only one-sided with public unions, and the taxpayers are the ones getting gutted.

        In my post, I outline the facts that public education is failing, and private education is succeeding. These are facts. Indisputable.

        Fleeing the state is cowardly. These people are being paid, by the taxpayers, to govern, not to recumbent their responsibility.

        This is why we vote.

      • SpinnyLiberal Says:

        Kini,

        I’m a union daughter, so apply the appropriate discount. 🙂

        It is non one-sided. Union members have to make concessions too.

        Public vs. private education. I’ve experienced both, as a student of a private high school and a substitute teacher in a public school district. I have first hand knowledge. It’s more about money than unions. If a school district is in a better neighborhood, it can be a lot better than the private high schools. Opposite is also true.

        Fleeing the state is strategic. Union members in their districts also voted for them. They’re representing them.

  4. Kini Says:

    SL, If you listen to Walker, he explains that collective bargaining has been keeping the state and counties from controlling their budgets. Worse, democrats use the unions as vote collectors.

    On schools, if a private school doesn’t perform well, people will not spend their money putting their kids in that school. That’s not true for public schools, you don’t get a choice.


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