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Unions Furious: Michigan to Become Right-to-Work State Today

Bear Trax Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:26 AM
What I still can't believe is that the voters of Michigan, Ohio, Wiscosin, Virginia, New Jersey, etc. see such economic recovery and then vote for the miracle of miracles, Obama to institute what they just recovered from? I still doubt it, and fortunately, there are serious investigations ongoing in at least 9 states, (and not hampered by Holder and Obama) to see how 150% of the voting age citizens in some counties voted for Obama last month.
wiseone Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:37 AM
From my conversations with Obama voters in Michigan they generally fall into three four categories.

1. Unionists who think Obama saved GM and is better at running it than its old corporate board.
2. Teachers and other state and federal workers.
3. Welfare recipients.
4. Do-gooders who think every single selfish, ignorant, lazy, stupid woman who gets herself pregnant with a child she is totally incapable of raising should get either an abortion paid for by the rest of us or welfare for life so she and her child will never have to work or get an education.
lois01 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:31 AM
auto bailout really helped those places.
Nanuq Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:42 AM
B.S.

It helped the unions and it screwed over the legal stockholders in those companies.

So you're fine with breaking the law as long as it benefits Liberals?

Thought so.
spartacus3344 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:46 AM
Are you seriously this uninformed? GM is poised for another bankruptcy and we (well not you apparently) the taxpayers are still on the hook for almost $30 billion. And you call that help??

The vote to turn Michigan into a right-to-work state will take place today after days of protests in Lansing about the pro-worker legislation that prevents having to pay dues to a union. Not surprisingly, local police are bracing for possible violence today as more protests are planned.

Even with the outcome considered a foregone conclusion, the heated battle over right-to-work legislation in the traditional union bastion of Michigan shows no sign of cooling.

Authorities in Lansing were bracing for an onslaught of demonstrators Tuesday at the Michigan Capitol as the Legislature reconvenes for...