Andy, Speaking of Tea Party rallies, have you noticed the lack of diversity at the Wisconsin sick-teacher rallies? (Outside of outsiders like Illinois resident Jesse Jackson, that is.) Also, I've heard that there will be a lot of pro-Walker folks at a rally in Madison tomorrow; I suppose its the first chance they will have to express their support in person since, as private sector workers subject to workplace discipline, they opted not want to lie to their employers about being sick in order to protest during the work week.
Do public sector workers get personal days?Approximately 10.6 percent of the people in Wisconsin (600,000) are non-whites. Approximately, 250,000 of those live in Milwaukee County. Don't know what you expect for diversity numbers, but the minorities tend to be poorer and the poorer you are the less likely you are to graduate from college. If you don't graduate from college, you won't be teaching public school or working in a government sector job that requires a degree.The videos I've seen seem to have a number of minorities represented. Not sure if it meets your quota, but they are there.
TP Goper,Let me remind you that Tea Party Member are Entrepreneurs. They don't get sick days, so they've just learned to live with being sick all the time.I just hope they don't break all the fine China down in Madison, or decide to have target practice on public artworks.
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