Among the ravings of the delusional left is the assertion that the Wisconsin protesters are standing up to "the plutocracy." These are "working people" fighting for the interests of "working families" against special interests and "the rich," we're told. In reality, the average salary of a Wisconsin teacher alone—weighing in at $52,644 per year—is enough to place these union protesters in the top 22% of personal income earners, and the top 43% by household income. Based on their annualized salary, these teachers fall in the top 7% and top 16% respectively. Note that these numbers are for salary only, and exclude the teachers' other compensation. If annual benefits are included, then these teachers fall in the top 14% and top 30%. Annualized, this places them in the top 6-7% in both categories.