February 16, 2011

PUBLIC-SECTOR UNION UPDATE: Madison schools close for the day to allow teachers to protest Gov. Scott Walker’s union-busting budget plan. “Okay, now, everybody go to the demonstration! The kids won’t have school, but you can learn a lot of things outside of school. Some of these things are even taught by the teachers who are not there. For example, it’s okay to call in sick when you’re not actually sick, but you just have something that you think is really important.”

So, at the demonstrations are they saying that we shouldn’t limit children’s educations over concerns about money? Because that’s kinda ironic. . . .

Meanwhile, why doesn’t some enterprising lawyer file a class action suit against the union on behalf of parents who had to miss work, or pay for day care, to deal with the consequences of the outage? Or does the official closure prevent that? How convenient. . . .

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