Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Glenn Grothman turns back clock on discrimination against women in Wisconsin.

It's cocktail time at the Old Boy Tea Party Club in Madison -- where Glenn Grothman has reset the clocks to 1952.

Wisconsin Assembly Officially Ends Employment Discrimination Remedies
This bill was introduced by Senator Glenn Grothman. According to Representative Christine Sinicki, Grothman said a woman’s place is at home cooking, cleaning, and making babies. For this reason he authored a bill making it so that people who are discriminated against by employers cannot sue for punitive or compensatory damages. This bill passed the Senate on partisan lines. Today, February 21, 2012, the bill was in front of the Assembly.

2 comments:

Kevin Scheunemann said...

"According to Representative Christine Sinicki...."

Please, that is about as accurate, and objective, as asking Stalin to describe the positions of Reagan.

Maybe for an encore in silliness, we ask you to accurately describe Conservatives.

I see you are interviewing to replace Jay Leno with your hilarious posts.

Vince Marolla said...

So, Kevin Representative Sinicki's comments aside, please tell me how you can justify your State Senator sponsoring legislation that will make it much more difficult for those discriminated against in pay because of gender or race or sexual orientation to get relief from the legal system?