Union Power

The Arizona Legislature is working on a bill S.B. 1365 titled “Protect Arizona Employees’ Paychecks from Politics Act”.  This bill will restrict unions from taking paycheck deductions for dues to influence political elections.

Watch this video that shows a NEA spokesman explain what the union is all about.  NEA stands for National Education Association and at the top of their website:  Great Public Schools for Every Student. After watching the video, the question that comes to mind—Do they really mean it?

I recently had an interesting conversation with a person whose job is to negotiate with the union at his company (private sector not government).   The take-away from this conversation–just think of the union as spoiled brats that are never satisfied.   That thought really comes alive when you watch these videos to see their temper tantrum.

Can you imagine going down to your Capitol building and acting like this?  The videos below were taken at the Wisconsin Capitol after the Senate passed the anti-union bill taking away collective bargaining on Wednesday night.

To get context on what you are watching in the video, visit this blog Badger 14:  Fleeing the Future and this post titled: Democrat staff engineered mob’s unlawful invasion of Wisconsin Capitol Building

As the Capital Times reports, last night shortly after 8 p.m. a mob of up to 7,000 protesters, upset about the Senate’s action to move forward on certain legislative proposals in the absence of the “Badger 14″ Democrat senators who fled the state on February 17, invaded the locked Capitol Building, violating a judge’s order protecting the Capitol by permitting access only during normal business.  read more

Another blogger, Althouse has been documenting this as well at her site:  http://althouse.blogspot.com/

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