BREAKING: In spite of union violence, Michigan becomes 24th Right To Work state

Posted by: ST on December 11, 2012 at 6:25 pm

Unfortunately, this happened … with people INSIDE the tent:

As did this sickening assault on conservative comedian Steven Crowder:

Fortunately, it didn’t stop this awesome thing from happening:

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed right-to-work legislation, dealing a devastating and once-unthinkable defeat to organized labor in a state that has been a cradle of the movement for generations.

He put his signatures on the bills Tuesday, hours after the state House passed the measures as the chants of thousands of angry pro-union protesters filled the Capitol.

Snyder says a failed ballot proposal to enshrine collective bargaining rights in the constitution triggered the discussion that led to the passage and signing of right-to-work.

During a news conference, he called the protests “an exercise in democracy.”

Congrats, Michigan! Freedom wins!

BTW, I expect a news conference any minute now from President Barack Obama strongly condemning the disgusting union violence and thuggery and threats that has happened in Michigan as the result of the debate and eventual passage of this important law. After all, he IS the “New Tone” President, you know.

Waiting ……

Update: A reward is being offered for information that will lead to the arrest of the jack a** who assaulted Crowder. Dana Loesch has the details.

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11 Responses to “BREAKING: In spite of union violence, Michigan becomes 24th Right To Work state”


  1. Drew the Infidel says:

    The reason the union thugs were as violent and churlish as they were was the presence of their Cheerleader-in-Chief egging them on instead of having his a*s back in DC doing the job he was elected to do working on the nation’s fiscal wreck. After all, he should clean up one of his biggest messes first before creating another in MI.

    It is poetic justice though, is it not? The unions spent $188 million to put Obhammud in the WH while the MI voters used that same electoral process to put the unions in their place. Only in America.

  2. Tom TB says:

    If this is how these people behave in front of the State Capitol building knowing they are going to be filmed, how messed up are they the rest of the time??

  3. foxmuldar says:

    Haha, don’t hold your breath. Obama supports these thugs just as their union dues supports him and the Democratic Socialist Party. Seems these thugs got emboldened after Obama spoke out against the Right to Work law. The only folks that Obama feels have a right to work are Union members.

  4. Useless unions. Sometimes you get to thinking, how ironic that something with the words “worker” and “union” (both good things) in it’s name could end up with something so terrible for business and for workers as well.

  5. Carlos says:

    Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this the state where just last week some woman on the Detroit city council stated into microphones that Obhammed “owed” Detroit (and, by extension, the state of Michigan) through a quid pro quo because they voted en masse for him?

    And they deserve every penny they’ve gotten so far since she said that, too.

    And these are the people (the union thugs) the teachers in the guvmint indoctrination camps (i.e. – public schools) hold up as shining examples of democracy in action.

  6. Nate says:

    Dunno about you, but I’m all for sending those Union folks a pair of Christmas presents: a couple cases of Sippy Cups and a couple cases of Pampers ™.

  7. myballs says:

    Vulgar, violent, destructive, intolerant, abraisive and abusive. This is what unions have evolved into. But why shouldn’t they? They’re supported by a President who got his political career started in the living room of a domestic terrorist.

  8. Kate says:

    What else can we expect from a spoiled bunch of union “men” (use the term loosely). I heard today in Philly an electrical union is blasting the cries of a baby at a building that hired non-union electricians to do work. The people in the neighborhood have had just about enough! Yeah, freedom of speech, but disturbing the peace is another thing and why isn’t there anyone in the neighborhood filing a disturbing the peace complaint? Why? Because it’s Philadelphia!!!

  9. Bill says:

    Wow, how pleasant those union guys are. Let’s see, I heard in the second clip: “He’s got a gun” and: “I’ll kill that motherf****r with a gun, I’ve killed plenty of motherf******s with a gun.” Sounds like we have a serial killer on the loose.

  10. Carlos says:

    Those aren’t called “serial killers,” Bill. They’re called “union bosses.”

    And why shouldn’t the unions act this way? After all, this is the new norm for pleasantry and dialogue with anyone who opposes anything libs do, say or believe.

    A divided country? You betcha – humans, and animals like these. Left to their own devices, I’m sure they could and would take us at least back to the Stone Age as far as social graces go. They aren’t that far off right now!

  11. Scott says:

    Wow. And we wonder why we hate unions. What a bunch of hillbilly, lazy, fat uneducated MORONS. Very typical of the union mentallity. They are always scared that if the unions go away-they may have to actually work or be fired.