Weberpal...is this what you are supporting?
I support the Right To Work organization. Sodak has a RTW law, so both unions and non-union workers are accomodated. What's wrong with that concept?
Right now, the unions are the tail wagging the dog. And much like the voters that put Obama in the White House, and are crying about it now, voters in Wisconsin put a conservative in the Governors position, knowing full well what he intended to do...CUT COSTS! But now, since YOUR ox is being gored, the Democrats are whining. What did you think would happen??? Elections have consequences.
Furthermoe, if you folks would be intellectually honest, what your Governor is proposing has nothing to do with the unions right to negotiate wages. So please be truthful when you post, and not just another union toady.
This following from the RTW newsletter.
If you want an example of the sense of entitlement and desperation of union brass who will do anything to protect their power over taxpayers and government, look no further than Madison, Wisconsin.
You see, Big Labor-backed incumbents paid a price at the polls in November, and now Right to Work forces are on the march across the country demanding newly-elected state legislators and governors stick to their promises.
In Wisconsin, Governor Scott Walker has proposed a bill to give most government employees the Right to Work without having to pay tribute to a labor union.
The government unions are going ballistic because the law would take state government out of the hands of Big Labor, and put it back where it belongs – with the people's elected government.
Disturbingly, teacher union militants in Madison staged a "sick-out" on Wednesday and Thursday to protest the proposed law.
The shocking tactic shut down the schools, denying students two days of learning, forcing parents to adjust their schedules, and costing the taxpayers.
The teacher union bosses' extremism echoes the infamous philosophy of former American Federation of Teachers (AFT) union mogul Al Shanker: "When school children start paying union dues, that's when I'll start representing the interests of school children."
Now forced unionism extremists are flooding the capitol with hate-filled signs like the one at the top of this message. They are blatantly lying about what the proposed bill does, and they've pressured Big Labor-backed Democrats to flee out of the state to shut down the state senate.
It's easy to see that the union czars won't give up their power without a fight. That's why we have to remain vigilant.
And we're making great strides nationwide. Just this week, the New Hampshire state house passed a Right to Work bill to make union dues payment strictly voluntary in the Granite State. The next step is a vote in the state senate.
In the coming days and weeks, the battles against Big Labor in New Hampshire, Wisconsin, and other forced unionism states will become even more crucial.
You can see in Wisconsin the length the union militants will go to protect their government-granted monopoly privileges and power.