- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 6, 2012

With the recall election win in Wisconsin for Republican Gov. Scott Walker, all the union bosses who worked tirelessly to remove him may well have to temporarily suspend collecting union dues from their members and instead begin the arduous task of collecting their condolences (“Wisconsin recall: Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch crush the unions again,” Web, Tuesday).

This election was similar to what happens in the real world when a company like Bain Capital takes control of a foundering business in an effort to save it. The unions have to be beaten.


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