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Obama, Walker in war of statements over right-to-work
By M.D. Kittle / March 10, 2015

MADISON, Wis. — A war of words on right-to-work broke out Monday evening between President Barack Obama and Gov. Scott Walker, who just made Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation and looks like he wants to be the next occupant of the White House.


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UNION LABEL: President Barack Obama chided Gov. Scott Walker for hurting the ‘middle-class’ after Walker signed legislation Monday making Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation.

Obama fired first, sticking up for his big labor pals who stand to lose again when Wisconsin law ends forced union membership and payment of union dues as a condition of employment in the private sector.

The rise of the middle class, Obama asserts, coincided with the rise of labor unions.

“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

“So I’m deeply disappointed that a new anti-worker law in Wisconsin will weaken, rather than strengthen workers in the new economy,” Obama said. “Wisconsin is a state built by labor, with a proud pro-worker past. So even as its governor claims victory over working Americans, I’d encourage him to try and score a victory for working Americans — by taking meaningful action to raise their wages and offer them the security of paid leave. That’s how you give hardworking middle-class families a fair shot in the new economy — not by stripping their rights in the workplace, but by offering them all the tools they need to get ahead.”

Walker fired back, saying the “Freedom to Work law,” as the governor calls it, “continues to put the power back in the hands of Wisconsin workers by allowing the freedom to choose whether they want to join a union and pay union dues.”


AP file photo

WORKPLACE FREEDOM: Gov. Scott Walker said Wisconsin’s right-to-work bill is about worker freedom, and he blasted Obama for vetoing the Keystone pipeline legislation that promised good-paying jobs.

“It also gives Wisconsin one more tool to encourage job creators to continue investing and expanding in our state. Freedom to Work, along with our investments in worker training and our work to lower the tax burden, will lead to more freedom and prosperity for all of Wisconsin,” Walkersaid in a statement.

He pointed to Obama’s recent veto of the Keystone pipeline legislation, a project that “would have paved the way to create thousands of quality, middle-class jobs.”

“(T)he president should be looking to states, like Wisconsin, as an example for how to grow our economy,” Walker said.

The left, led by big labor, has accused Walker of doing the bidding of corporate interests and pocketing big donations from donors with a vested interest in union busting.

Organized labor, meanwhile, has pumped in hundreds of millions of dollars in the previous two election cycles to re-elect Obama and back the president’s union-friendly Democratic Party friends.

In the 2012 election cycle, big labor contributed more than $141 million to campaigns and committees, nearly double the almost $76 million contributed in the 2008 election cycle, according to OpenSecrets.org.

“The labor sector, which is made up of public sector, transportation, industrial, building trade, and other unions, has historically given more to Democrats than Republicans and the 2012 election cycle was no different — 91 percent of the industry’s contributions went to Democrats while only 9 percent went to Republicans,” the campaign-finance tracker states in a report.

“Union dollars played a major role in helping to elect President Barack Obama in 2012. He secured more than $519,000 from employees of a collection of labor organizations, which also spent millions on independent ads in support of him,” Open Secrets notes.

Yo, you have to love it, when you see the BOY cry, Go Walker!!!

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“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

Obama is correct, but most capitalists love low-wage workers with few rights and that's what you get without unions. The Middle Class is a creation of the government. Capitalism doesn't have one, at least of any size that matters that is.
 

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Hey workers! I hate you so much I'm letting you choose to be in a union or not!
 
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“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

Obama is correct, but most capitalists love low-wage workers with few rights and that's what you get without unions. The Middle Class is a creation of the government. Capitalism doesn't have one, at least of any size that matters that is.
Yo, HYPOCRITE! Obama and his "Executive Order" blew your argument out of the water fool! Obama is the one who loves low-wage workers, illegal at that fool!!!
Go have another drink, you might get another thought?
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“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

Obama is correct, but most capitalists love low-wage workers with few rights and that's what you get without unions. The Middle Class is a creation of the government. Capitalism doesn't have one, at least of any size that matters that is.
Nothing is the creation of the government except for unnecessary overhead, added expense.
Democrats should not be allowed to vote.
 

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Your dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
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You dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
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Yo, it was voted on by Government, not Unions!

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Your dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
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and the Mobsters that control them.
 

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Your dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
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I haven't worked in that regimen in years... salaried and exempt is a wonderful thing... come and go as you please as long as your billables are there. No need to punch time clocks or check in with the bossman.

Poor union schmucks.

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Your dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
.
I haven't worked in that regimen in years... salaried and exempt is a wonderful thing... come and go as you please as long as your billables are there. No need to punch time clocks or check in with the bossman.

Poor union schmucks.

:lol:
Not everyone is white-collar. Some are blue, and pink. Someone must plow the fields and dig the ditches.
 

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Your dogma won't cut it boys. Sorry, you'll have to work harder than that, in your five-day work week, and your eight-hour shift with breaks, the creations of American unions.
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At least we believe in working and earning what we get.
 

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“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

Obama is correct, but most capitalists love low-wage workers with few rights and that's what you get without unions. The Middle Class is a creation of the government. Capitalism doesn't have one, at least of any size that matters that is.
As if unions give a flying fuck about anyone but themselves.
 

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“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

Obama is correct, but most capitalists love low-wage workers with few rights and that's what you get without unions. The Middle Class is a creation of the government. Capitalism doesn't have one, at least of any size that matters that is.
As if unions give a flying fuck about anyone but themselves.
A good one cares about their members. Not all are good, or bad.
 

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Ha, Entitlement douches and Communist wankas ain't gonna like this. Nice job Walker.
 
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Obama, Walker in war of statements over right-to-work
By M.D. Kittle / March 10, 2015

MADISON, Wis. — A war of words on right-to-work broke out Monday evening between President Barack Obama and Gov. Scott Walker, who just made Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation and looks like he wants to be the next occupant of the White House.


AP file photo

UNION LABEL: President Barack Obama chided Gov. Scott Walker for hurting the ‘middle-class’ after Walker signed legislation Monday making Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation.

Obama fired first, sticking up for his big labor pals who stand to lose again when Wisconsin law ends forced union membership and payment of union dues as a condition of employment in the private sector.

The rise of the middle class, Obama asserts, coincided with the rise of labor unions.

“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

“So I’m deeply disappointed that a new anti-worker law in Wisconsin will weaken, rather than strengthen workers in the new economy,” Obama said. “Wisconsin is a state built by labor, with a proud pro-worker past. So even as its governor claims victory over working Americans, I’d encourage him to try and score a victory for working Americans — by taking meaningful action to raise their wages and offer them the security of paid leave. That’s how you give hardworking middle-class families a fair shot in the new economy — not by stripping their rights in the workplace, but by offering them all the tools they need to get ahead.”

Walker fired back, saying the “Freedom to Work law,” as the governor calls it, “continues to put the power back in the hands of Wisconsin workers by allowing the freedom to choose whether they want to join a union and pay union dues.”


AP file photo

WORKPLACE FREEDOM: Gov. Scott Walker said Wisconsin’s right-to-work bill is about worker freedom, and he blasted Obama for vetoing the Keystone pipeline legislation that promised good-paying jobs.

“It also gives Wisconsin one more tool to encourage job creators to continue investing and expanding in our state. Freedom to Work, along with our investments in worker training and our work to lower the tax burden, will lead to more freedom and prosperity for all of Wisconsin,” Walkersaid in a statement.

He pointed to Obama’s recent veto of the Keystone pipeline legislation, a project that “would have paved the way to create thousands of quality, middle-class jobs.”

“(T)he president should be looking to states, like Wisconsin, as an example for how to grow our economy,” Walker said.

The left, led by big labor, has accused Walker of doing the bidding of corporate interests and pocketing big donations from donors with a vested interest in union busting.

Organized labor, meanwhile, has pumped in hundreds of millions of dollars in the previous two election cycles to re-elect Obama and back the president’s union-friendly Democratic Party friends.

In the 2012 election cycle, big labor contributed more than $141 million to campaigns and committees, nearly double the almost $76 million contributed in the 2008 election cycle, according to OpenSecrets.org.

“The labor sector, which is made up of public sector, transportation, industrial, building trade, and other unions, has historically given more to Democrats than Republicans and the 2012 election cycle was no different — 91 percent of the industry’s contributions went to Democrats while only 9 percent went to Republicans,” the campaign-finance tracker states in a report.

“Union dollars played a major role in helping to elect President Barack Obama in 2012. He secured more than $519,000 from employees of a collection of labor organizations, which also spent millions on independent ads in support of him,” Open Secrets notes.

Yo, you have to love it, when you see the BOY cry, Go Walker!!!

"GTP"

"OBAMA AND HIS PUPPETS HATE AMERICA"
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Ronald Reagan was elected president of a labor union 6 times.
 
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Strange how Republicans fight for shit. Not "stuff" but actual shit. They love the worst. They fight to get nothing. For people who insist they worship money, they want to make sure they never get any.
 

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Obama, Walker in war of statements over right-to-work
By M.D. Kittle / March 10, 2015

MADISON, Wis. — A war of words on right-to-work broke out Monday evening between President Barack Obama and Gov. Scott Walker, who just made Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation and looks like he wants to be the next occupant of the White House.


AP file photo

UNION LABEL: President Barack Obama chided Gov. Scott Walker for hurting the ‘middle-class’ after Walker signed legislation Monday making Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the nation.

Obama fired first, sticking up for his big labor pals who stand to lose again when Wisconsin law ends forced union membership and payment of union dues as a condition of employment in the private sector.

The rise of the middle class, Obama asserts, coincided with the rise of labor unions.

“So it’s inexcusable that, over the past several years, just when middle-class families and workers need that kind of security the most, there’s been a sustained, coordinated assault on unions, led by powerful interests and their allies in government,” the president said in a statement.

“So I’m deeply disappointed that a new anti-worker law in Wisconsin will weaken, rather than strengthen workers in the new economy,” Obama said. “Wisconsin is a state built by labor, with a proud pro-worker past. So even as its governor claims victory over working Americans, I’d encourage him to try and score a victory for working Americans — by taking meaningful action to raise their wages and offer them the security of paid leave. That’s how you give hardworking middle-class families a fair shot in the new economy — not by stripping their rights in the workplace, but by offering them all the tools they need to get ahead.”

Walker fired back, saying the “Freedom to Work law,” as the governor calls it, “continues to put the power back in the hands of Wisconsin workers by allowing the freedom to choose whether they want to join a union and pay union dues.”


AP file photo

WORKPLACE FREEDOM: Gov. Scott Walker said Wisconsin’s right-to-work bill is about worker freedom, and he blasted Obama for vetoing the Keystone pipeline legislation that promised good-paying jobs.

“It also gives Wisconsin one more tool to encourage job creators to continue investing and expanding in our state. Freedom to Work, along with our investments in worker training and our work to lower the tax burden, will lead to more freedom and prosperity for all of Wisconsin,” Walkersaid in a statement.

He pointed to Obama’s recent veto of the Keystone pipeline legislation, a project that “would have paved the way to create thousands of quality, middle-class jobs.”

“(T)he president should be looking to states, like Wisconsin, as an example for how to grow our economy,” Walker said.

The left, led by big labor, has accused Walker of doing the bidding of corporate interests and pocketing big donations from donors with a vested interest in union busting.

Organized labor, meanwhile, has pumped in hundreds of millions of dollars in the previous two election cycles to re-elect Obama and back the president’s union-friendly Democratic Party friends.

In the 2012 election cycle, big labor contributed more than $141 million to campaigns and committees, nearly double the almost $76 million contributed in the 2008 election cycle, according to OpenSecrets.org.

“The labor sector, which is made up of public sector, transportation, industrial, building trade, and other unions, has historically given more to Democrats than Republicans and the 2012 election cycle was no different — 91 percent of the industry’s contributions went to Democrats while only 9 percent went to Republicans,” the campaign-finance tracker states in a report.

“Union dollars played a major role in helping to elect President Barack Obama in 2012. He secured more than $519,000 from employees of a collection of labor organizations, which also spent millions on independent ads in support of him,” Open Secrets notes.

Yo, you have to love it, when you see the BOY cry, Go Walker!!!

"GTP"

"OBAMA AND HIS PUPPETS HATE AMERICA"
View attachment 37712
Ronald Reagan was elected president of a labor union 6 times.
All Citizens should have the right to choose whether or not they want to join a Union. No one should be forced. All States should be 'Right-To-Work' States. So the Communist Organizer is wrong again. Walker has done the right thing.
 

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Strange how Republicans fight for shit. Not "stuff" but actual shit. They love the worst. They fight to get nothing. For people who insist they worship money, they want to make sure they never get any.
So you think it's right that people are forced to join Unions? That's very Un-American. People should be free to decide, and without fear of retaliation.
 

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