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Thursday, 15 February 2018 11:00

Leadership lacking in D.C., Wisconsin

Written by  Staff Writer

To the editor,
There’s so much to write about, one doesn’t quite know where to start. The walls are closing in on the principals at both the state and national levels. It probably isn’t going to end well.

The White House has been turned into an adult day care center, according to some with firsthand knowledge of how things are going in there. Promises were made that the swamp was going to be drained, but it was simply turned into a muck farm instead. There seems to be a lot of people in it up to their eyeballs. Like Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, they probably have to hang on to what they’ve got since everybody else knows better than to get tangled up in the web. Those who know about any possible wrongdoing that has occurred could very well be charged as accessories after the fact if they make no effort to do anything about it. The Republican leadership in Congress could be decimated.
The Foxconn deal could be even worse than first thought. There’s no guarantee that the 13,000 possible jobs won’t go to robots instead of people. You might end up with only one parking space in the parking lot, meant for the guy who turns on the power switch and puts the robots in motion.

Eveready is attempting to gobble up Ray-O-Vac, which could cause the loss of even more Wisconsin jobs — exactly like what happened with Oscar Mayer in Madison.

D.J. Duffy


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