Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Really, Folkbum? Really?

Ol' Jay asks for it:

If the state paid less for its employees' health care (and all the local units of government, too--not to mention you, the consumer/ citizen/ taxpayer), the projected cost of running the place would fall and there would be more money in your pocket, too.

OK. Let's dump all the WEAC insurance and zero-premium/zero-co-pay/zero deductible plans given to the teachers.

Or, if you don't like that formulation, let's just design all public employee health-plans to reflect the average plan for private-sector employees in the State--complete with similar premium contributions, copays, deductibles, and limits.

Jay will claim that I mischaracterize his post.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love how he wants to get all bipartisan at the end of that post lol.

Amazing how now they want to work with us now that they know they will get the blame for this lol.

I intend to stand back and point and laugh as the people of Wisconsin get the government they deserve.