Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Democrats delay Indiana House amid Union protests

INDIANAPOLIS — The absence of Democratic legislators from the Indiana House extended into the afternoon with several hundred union members at the Statehouse protesting Republican-backed labor bills.

Speakers at a midday rally today told the union members that Republicans had declared a “war on labor” with proposals restricting teacher collective bargaining and so-called right-to-work legislation.
The new spin. Ever heard any MSM report refer to pro-abortion as “so called” pro choice legislation. Or how about eliminating the private union ballot being referred to as the "so called" Employee Free Choice Act?

1 comment:

Atlanta Roofing said...

He's dropping the bill because he has seen how entirely inept Walker has been in implementi­ng the GOP's plan to bust unions nationwide­. Walker SHOULD have been successful­, then all public, and after that, private unions would have been ta rge ts. But he failed. Miserably. Gov. Daniels isn't about to court that level of dissent. He's already received the memo to stand down...