Say, here’s a poser, who do Hartford Democrats represent, workers or their union bosses?

Malloy charms his employers

Malloy charms his employers

Now that Wisconsin’s educators have been given the right to choose whether or not to belong to a labor union, the unions are struggling to attract enough members to stay afloat. Proving all along that the union leaders didn’t really represent their members, as much as sponge off of them.

Under a provision of Act 10, public employee unions are required to file for annual re-certification by August 30 if they wish to remain a recognized bargaining unit. Thursday Afternoon, Mark Belling broke the news that only 37 percent of the teachers in the Kenosha Unified School District voted to reauthorize the union in a recent vote.
So, in the end, it wasn’t just the mean old Republican lawmakers who had issues with teachers’ unions. Teachers themselves were/are dissatisfied with the union’s strong arm tactics.
As it turns out, Act 10 was the largest anti-bullying initiative in the nation. Who knew?
What’ the difference between Wisconsin and Connecticut? The latter is still controlled by democrats and their union bosses.

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2 responses to “Say, here’s a poser, who do Hartford Democrats represent, workers or their union bosses?

  1. TheWizard

    It really proves the notion that unions are an idea that hung around 50 or so years too long – democrats have almost all the power nationally, and the unions are still withering on the vine.
    Great idea in the Pennsylvania coal mines in 1900. Now, not so much.

  2. Cos Cobber

    Unions and their wicked internal bullying. A huge reason so many quality people choose to teach in private schools or work for third party contractors rather than the state/town directly.