Monday, November 14, 2011

Cain Definitively Ambiguous on Public Employee Unions

Either he's being subtle in the extreme, or being a complete bozo.

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, during an interview in Wisconsin, supported the principle of collective-bargaining for public employees while opposing "collective hijacking" in an answer that might give his opponents an opportunity to drive a wedge between Cain and Republican primary voters.

"Yes," Cain told the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel when asked if he supports collective bargaining for public employees. "But not collective hijacking," he added, explaining that "if they have gotten so much for so many years and it's going to bankrupt the state, I don't think that's good. It appears that in some instances, they really don't care."

Well, that settles it, eh?

A friend of mine was at the lunch w/Cain today.  This will cause regurgitation.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A: Complete bozo.