http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/0 ... lp00000009
WASHINGTON -- A Wisconsin law that made it easier for victims of wage discrimination to have their day in court was repealed on Thursday, after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) quietly signed the bill.
This is one of the few times I was able to follow Scotty's train of thought (yes--it made me queasy). He felt the law was redundant to Federal Law, specifically the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (a wonderful time to be a woman in the USA btw), and was trying to streamline our State Government. Though I imagine it probably went more like this:
"Hey boys! I gotta great idea! how about we give businesses the 'tools' to pay women less then men! Talk about incentives! The business community will love this! These dumb white hicks will have their women back in the kitchen making meatloaf in no time, now if we could just give them back the right to beat their wives when the roast gets overcooked we'd live in a perfect world!"
So how specifically did he screw over the women of Wisconsin if there's a federal law to protect their wages, you ask? Because the whole point of the State Law was to allow easier court access to victims of pay discrepancy based on gender --because lets face it, getting your day in court on a federal level would take time and money most people don't have.
so like I said, its Friday in Wisconsin. I'd like to finish the week without Scott's dick in my ear, but until captain douche-nozzle is recalled, I'll drink and stew and become more resolute in my hate directed at this prick.
-Dan (its Friday, Friday, gonna get down on Friday) Motor