Random Thoughts: Wacky Unions

Posted on December 12, 2012 9:28 am

Unions? I read about those in a history book.

Why are Democrats against the Right to Work law? Why do they hate rights?

I don’t get the protesting with tape over your mouth. It’s oxymoronic and makes me want to hit you.

I won’t actually hit you; I’m not in a union.

I don’t know about a Game Change 2; if you’re comparing this election to the previous, it seems more like an unnecessary and uninspired remake than a sequel.

As long as Democrats throw entertaining fits every time we shut down unions, we’re going to keep doing it.

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6 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Wacky Unions”

  1. rodney dill says:

    Liberal Logic 101 – Unions and Choice – Women can choose not be be pregnant, but they can’t choose to not be in a union.

  2. rodney dill says:

    Liberal Logic 101 – Unions and Choice – Women can choose not to be pregnant, but they can’t choose to not be in a union.

  3. Vaktatunnen says:

    Those were the oldest, fattest hippies I’ve ever seen. Maybe they were really beatniks. Or hep cats.

  4. DamnCat says:

    “Why are Democrats against the Right to Work law? Why do they hate rights?”

    Democrats don’t hate rights – just look at all the “rights” they imagine people are entitled to. Free food, education, housing, phones,…etc.

    No, what they hate is work. Just look at all they laws they enact to discourage work – high taxes, regulations, welfare, endless unemployment payments, Obamacare…etc.

  5. tomg51 says:

    What about the left to work? I wish they would instead of sponging off the taxes of the right.

  6. Son of Bob says:

    Liberal Logic 101 – I hate the company I work for, they’re lying, cheating, cheap bastards…but I took the job anyway. Unions!

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