Seems about right.
Thanks Steve! Nice reference to Paul Krugman.
It’s the same old vid, nothing new here, just subtitle changes.
Be interesting to hear Barry O’farrell on the Walker re-election and what it says about strong unions and collective bargaining. Come to think of it, Vic Premier Ballieu too on ‘events’ this week.
sacramento – the last bastion of imbeciles.
That is one of the funniest downfall clips I have seen in a while.
BTW, when are our resident lobotomised leftists going to appear and categorically denounce the vile behaviour of their stupid, petulant and malignant co-religionists following the Wisconsin result?
How did we get to the place (for it is similar here in Australia) that we pay our servants more than we earn on average and with much better conditions?
Hmm how about pegging public servants wages & benefits to the private sector rates less 10%? And with exactly the same super schemes?
Hitler explained it quite well. Corruption. rampant incestuous corruption. Time to look at abolishing public sector collective bargaining for the corrupt process it is
Speaking from many years of experience, just be a small business employer.
I thought the makers of Downfall had pressured YouTube to ban all this re-subtitling?
Beats me why, it’s great publicity for their film.
Like recalcitrant teenagers having a tantrum when parents say ‘No’, Occupy teamsters take to the streets to protest against Democracy.
Wonder if Craig Thomson shall now use the ‘if we tell them it’s for the children’ line?
Well yeah, have been for 20 odd years also Biota. Government discourages employment so I currently employ more robots than people, found it much better in many ways.
Hitler hears that Collingwood lost the grand final.
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The signs of reality vary from the constitutional to the politically pragmatic. The most menacing, for democracy itself, are the efforts to outlaw the legal practice of tax avoidance