Monday, December 13, 2010

From "Retrograde" to "Illicit" in Only Two Days

Over the weekend, the JS published a story in which WEAC was called 'retrograde.'

Now they're 'illicit.'

The moral case for unions—protecting working families from exploitation—does not apply to public employment. Government employees today are among the most protected, well-paid employees in the country. Ironically, public-sector unions have become the exploiters, and working families once again need someone to stand up for them. --Tim Pawlenty in the WSJ

I don't doubt for a minute that Gummint managers can be just as private-sector managers. But the solution is the same: quit.

HT: Hot Air

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