Remember, all of this divisiveness serves someone's purpose. Whose?
Scott Walker's War - Isthmus | The Daily Page
And, as the Wisconsin State Journal reported, the largest share of savings in Walker's budget repair bill for the current fiscal year ($165 million) will come from refinancing state debt, not new payments from public employees ($30 million). And the elimination of most collective bargaining — which allows employee unions to negotiate everything from benefit levels to sick days — has no direct impact on the state's bottom line.