[Tapscott] found, for instance, that out of every 100,000 residents, the State of New York has 256 welfare bureaucrats and Wisconsin has 249. That’s quite a number, isn’t it?
That means that New York, having 19,541,453 residents, has at least 50,026 welfare bureaucrats feeding off the taxpayers. Wisconsin, why it employs 14,080 welfare workers.
Wisconsin is second in the nation!!
New Jersey is 10th (146/100,000.)
No wonder the AFSCME is scared s^%$less of a Walker win...