Thursday, April 07, 2011

Grothman urges DNR to hire older workers - JSOnline

To a Glenn with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

Grothman urges DNR to hire older workers - JSOnline

Madison -- Sen. Glenn Grothman advised the Department of Natural Resources on Monday to consider hiring people in their 40s and 50s because he believes younger workers don't have an understanding of the costs of regulation on the private sector.

2 comments:

Kevin Scheunemann said...

The DNR will never be taken seriously until Tom Barrett and MMSD are arrested and thrown in jail for their constant sewage dumping into Lake Michigan.

Until then, Glenn should be calling for the dismantling of a bureaucracy that literally refuses to go after the BIGGEST polluter in the state with the same passion and intensity it goes after hardworking, taxpaying, citizens!

You've been pretty quiet on that Supreme Court race....

Teacher in Cheeseland said...

Well, through derision and, well, actually, taxation, we're taking away the incentive for the best and the brightest to go into education, we may as work on the environment next.
Actually, hiring more experienced workers could work very well for the right reasons. However, Senator, not just because, in essence, older workers have lost their ideals and are resigned to kowtow to business.