Saturday, April 6, 2019

Sent to Rep Robin Vos

It is always *AMAZING* to me that Government employees, from the 
elected, appointed, and laborers always forget that it is the private 
sector which provides the funds that pays them and provides them with 
Today most Government workers are overpaid, overcompensated, and have 
outrageously high benefit packages - including health care and 
retirement. Many of these people then retire early and double dip, or 
flee to tax free States - which is wrong, but that is the Wisconsin 
What Progressive Wisconsin needs to do is to place a heavy income tax 
penalty on Government Employees who flee WI for lower or no income tax 
States. Health care benefits also need to be denied, unless provided 
in WI by a WI Provider. 
Government workers who choose to double dip, need to have their 
retirement pay and benefits ended - until they actually retire! 
SE WI has become Tax Hell WI, and is being looted by the Politicians 
for their own profit and gain. The Rule of Law is long dead in SE WI - 
and I fear any new Unconstitutional Laws; which will be proposed and 
passed; and the Secret Courts and Government which will uphold them. 
As for the Foxconn miracle - it has already been downgraded numerous 
times and is not likely to happen. 
SE WI taxes are approaching those of Illinois - see: 
And my commentary wouldn't be complete without sharing my latest Rebel Rousing! 
Walker was as bad as Evers - only he's a Democrat. 
I don't play R vs. D games anymore - I'm I. 
Government Logic = We don't need Farmers, we got Supermarkets. 
The best I can hope for is that gridlock occurs in WI - so that those 
whose finances don't rely on taxpayer subsidizes and are simple, can 
simply live. 
Evers vs. Vos. 
Trump vs. Hillary/Obama. 
Jay Hanson describes it eloquently: 
Here is a synopsis of the behavioral loop described above: 
Step 1. Individuals and groups evolved a bias to maximize fitness by 
maximizing power, which requires over-reproduction and/or 
over-consumption of natural resources (overshoot), whenever systemic 
constraints allow it. Differential power generation and accumulation 
result in a hierarchical group structure. 
Step 2. Energy is always limited, and overshoot eventually leads to 
decreasing power available to some members of the group, with 
lower-ranking members suffering first. 
Step 3. Diminishing power availability creates divisive subgroups 
within the original group. Low-rank members will form subgroups and 
coalitions to demand a greater share of power from higher-ranking 
individuals, who will resist by forming their own coalitions to 
maintain power. 
Step 4. Violent social strife eventually occurs among subgroups who 
demand a greater share of the remaining power. 
Step 5. The weakest subgroups (high or low rank) are either forced to 
disperse to a new territory, are killed, enslaved, or imprisoned. 
Step 6. Go back to step 1. 
Enjoy the decline.

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