Thursday, July 06, 2006

Moonbat Central

Moonbat's R Us

I just came across this site, trying to determine the origins of a web-posted seminar next week. Needless to say, the seminar is an Anti-US screed.

Where's it going to be given? At the NEA conference.

I'm glad I'm in a right-to-work State, where I don't have to give even a penny to a Union. Unions are the scourge of the working man, and are nothing more than a democrat money-raising arm. They should be outlawed, and NO ONE should EVER be forced to give ANY money to them.


Blogger Lee said...

Maybe the US should take a leaf out of Aus's book. Our Labor Party here (equivalent to your Democrats)is running around like a chicken with its head cut off at the moment, as our government puts more and more pressure on the unions in this country. Construction workers who went on strike in Western Australia are being fined tens of thousands of dollars each as the Howard Government's building watchdog prepares a wave of legal action against unlawful strike action. This is sending out a strong message to unionists throughout the rest of the country.

The unions in this country are a very weakened force and if John Howard has his way, they will be completely destroyed.

New industrial relations laws took effect in March this year introducing individual workplace agreements between employer and employee. Since its introduction in March,there has been a significant acceleration in the past month or so in the number of employees signing the new agreements...more than doubling, which points to the fact that people are now adopting them now they've had more time to understand and digest them. The Labor Party, of course, is jumping up and down promising to scrap them if they get into power next election...IF!

Unions are extinct, and the sooner they realise this the better. I, for one, have never been in a union. I've never given them a cent. When I was cheffing in the towns in coalfield areas, often I witnessed (and catered for) the 'top-dog'union officials dining on the best off the menu, sipping on the best wines on the wine list, completing their evenings with expensive liqueurs or ports, all paid for by the funds of their workers. And they talk about 'fair play'.

Unions used to have a stranglehold in the rich coalfields in the Bowen Basin in central and north Queensland, but that's no longer the case. Business is booming in the Bowen Basin these days, better than it ever has, with coal and natural gas, and there no signs of it slackening off. As a matter of fact, it's expanding daily, particularly now with China opening up. China's representatives have been sniffing around that areas since the early nineties when I was working up there. Unions have no place these ares now. The workers are all extremely well-paid, working under excellent conditions.

The Labor Party (Democrats, in your case) have to realise this is the 21st Century, not the 20th!

Thursday, July 6, 2006 at 5:44:00 PM CDT  

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