Before anyone gets the wrong idea I essentially agree with Wisconsin's governor -- public employee costs must be curbed and the time to do that was yesterday. But today on Morning Joe, Cramer's comments were inane. He said that real estate taxes were so high he might have to sell his home in NJ. Then he said that public sector jobs were the best jobs to have and that he would take one in a minute. And then he said that since teachers started in NJ at $50,000 a year he was encouraging his kids to aim for that type of job. I feel so foolish. I thought managing a hedge fund and then going on to having your own TV show was better than most government jobs. I also did not know that guys who had done well on Wall Street aspired to have their children aim for the stars as high school teachers. SILLY ME! This nonsense of people of means pretending that their backs are against the wall needs to stop. It just makes all of us look foolish when there are actually people in need that do not have a trust fund to tide them over. I want to smack this imbecile but don't want to foot the legal costs that would follow.