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Senator Kucinich nails Walker's Attack on the Public Sphere by Feudal Servants

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Uploaded on Apr 17, 2011

Washington D.C. (April 14, 2011) -- Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) at the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on State and Municipal Government Debt, scores an admission from Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker that his decision to strip the rights of public workers to bargain collectively "doesn't save any" money for the Wisconsin taxpayers.

Senator Kucinich nails home a point that Playground Legends have been hammering away at for weeks:

"We really are here at the center of a great debate over the purpose of government. Whether there is such a thing as a public sphere, with public servants, who preform duties on behalf of the public, using resources that belong to the public.

Or is government going to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, to corporations, who privatize and inevitably drive up the cost of government, drive up the cost of services, drive up taxes.

That's where this debate is headed nationally.

I think that Governor Walker has inadvertently done a public service by exposing the extent to which this mindset of privatizing what is the public sphere, bringing this issue to the forefront."


I have a vision of putting up the text, so that Kucinich's words are readable in the video, because they are so powerful, and so to the point, and the visual mix of the sweaty, unpleasant Walker is the ultimate indictment of a dark plan exposed.

Attached is an mp4 that I hope someone can work with.

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