So Right to Work passed in Michigan, and here is Steven Crowder getting punched repeatedly over it:
It’s not really a wonder union members often get extremely angry and resort to violence. They’ve been convinced that the only reason they have a livelihood at all is because of the protections of unions, thus their whole sense of security is wrapped up in these corrupt organizations. In a way, it’s like a microcosm of government dependence: People who feel they can’t survive by themselves if not without the intervention of others — and then they don’t care how corrupt or incompetent those others are as long as they seem to have power.
Like many things in America, the solution is freedom. More specifically, people learning a real independence and feeling their livelihoods are in their own power and not held by others. We really need more self-esteem as a nation, and more responsibility.
And unions are just so backwards these days. How far can a company go when you have an adversarial relationship between workers and management. You want a whole company working towards its goals instead of one half trying to profit as much as it can off of the other.
Unions, you’re archaic and silly and cause people to be dependents, i.e., you’re against the American way. Time for you to go. And then maybe people won’t be so scared and violent.