The courage and vision of Gov. Scott Walker, who's made bitch-slapping unions a national past-time, is now strengthening the movement to get rid of these festering sores on our society.
Unions, of course, are throwing a union-leadership directed fit. But as they've now learned in an up-close and personal way, pigs get fat... but hogs get slaughtered.
KEVIN ROBILLARD | 12/11/12 1:59 PM EST
I wrote about this last month:.Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has a message for the thousands of union members protesting on Tuesday outside the state Capitol: You started it.
Appearing on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” the GOP governor said Michigan’s unions started the fight that ended with the legislature passing a right-to-work bill by trying to enshrine collective bargaining rights in the state’s constitution.
Snyder, a Republican elected in 2010, noted that voters overwhelmingly defeated Proposal 2, the referendum that would have placed collective bargaining rights in the state constitution.
Right-to-work laws protect workers who decline to join a union from having to pay union dues as a condition of employment, even if the union also represents them in negotiations. Snyder is expected to sign the right-to-work bill later this week.
In a scummy move that was a direct result of their crushing defeat in Wisconsin, Michigan union slime are getting crushed in their likely Unconstitutional effort to take the ability of legislatures away from the people when it comes to the massive rip off known as "collective bargaining."
It's currently being crushed in Michigan which should send a message to union slime generally and public employee union scum specifically that your days of tyranny are coming to an end.
Ballot Proposal 12-2, the "Protect Our Jobs" proposed constitutional amendment would establish a new constitutional right for public and private sector employees to organize and bargain collectively with employers, Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively and override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment by adding section 28 to Article I and amending Article XI section 5 to the state Constitution.
If the election was held today, how would you vote on Proposal 12-2, the "Protect Our Jobs" amendment?
Vote yes on the "Protect Our Jobs" amendment 41.20%
Vote no on the "Protect Our Jobs" amendment 51.30%
Undecided on the "Protect Our Jobs" amendment 7.50%
Gov. Snyder is right: these dillwads ASKED for this... and now they've got it.This sewage would "invalidate past and future laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively and override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment."
The next step is to get rid of all public Employee Union collective bargaining laws that allow that kind of extortion and then get rid of public employee unions altogether.