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    Tag: Modus opeRandy

    Richardville Blew It: All Over The Scott Recall

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Thu Jun 07, 2012 at 11:52:01 AM EST
    Tags: Goevernor Snyder, Anti-Right To Work, 'Too Divisive' agenda, Will VETO R-T-W, Rep. Paul Scott, Recalls, Governor Scott Walker, Leadership, Common Sense, Not in Michigan's Senate, Modus OpeRandy (all tags)

    Folks, it's becoming painfully difficult to ignore, but Lansing has a big-time leadership problem.  It's called spineless ineptitude of the Governor, and Senate Leader.  Government should never specify a group.  Especially not for seeking the purpose of retaliation.  Shameful.

    LANSING, Mich. - A federal judge in Michigan issued a preliminary injunction this week blocking a state law that prohibits school districts from automatically collecting union dues from employee paychecks.

    The law went into effect March 16, but doesn't affect districts until their current union contracts expire. Judge Denise Page Hood issued the injunction Tuesday and is expected to issue a written ruling by Friday, the Detroit Free Press reports.

    The injunction means schools will be forced to continue to collect union dues from employee paychecks until a full hearing on the lawsuit is conducted. Teachers union bosses are predictably giddy that their guaranteed revenue stream may continue uninterrupted.

    Rest here

    Nice one, Randy... a whole 82 days.  Thanks for the added legal fees too.

    The concept is not hard to comprehend: Free all workers, or cowardly leave Michigan an isolated peninsula that's enslaved to union extortion netting us a competitive disadvantage to our surrounding Great Lake States.

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    Ready For The Breitbart Challenge Leader Richardville?

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 01:56:28 PM EST
    Tags: Modus opeRandy, Feeding the Lefts Coffers, SEIU, Occupy, No Confidence Vote, Michigan, Right To Work, Unions, Graduate Students, U of M, Dog Treats, Pale Pastel, Did I mention the needed No Confidence Vote?, Breitbart (all tags)

    The longer that Leader Richardville sits on the Senate vote of HB 4003, which has been discharged since 12/01/11 without amendment from the Committee on Reforms, Restructuring and Reinventing, the more millions the SEIU has in its war chest.  The more millions Leader Richardville allows in the SEIU coffer, the more the SEIU is able to put feet on the ground for the DNC's Occupy.

    Exclusive: SEIU Helps Occupy 'Abolish Capitalism'

    Which team are you on, Leader Richardville?

    Comments >>

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Attaboy Randy!

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Fri Feb 24, 2012 at 08:49:22 AM EST
    Tags: Modus opeRandy, Feeding the Lefts Coffers, No Confidence Vote, Michigan, Right To Work, Unions, Graduate Students, U of M, Dog Treats, Pale Pastel, Did I mention the needed No Confidence Vote? (all tags)

    via MCC

    Michigan's Republican-controlled Senate is reaching a milestone.

    As of Feb. 24, the Senate -- by its inaction to pass a bill that would end the "Home Health Care Dues Skim" -- will have enriched union coffers by $4 million.

    This "skim" resulted from a union scheme perpetrated while Jennifer Granholm was governor. The plan used a dummy employer and a stealth election to railroad 43,000 so-called home health care workers into the Service Employees International Union. That 43,000 has now swollen to 56,442.

    Rest here

    Like in yesterdays topic...  Here's your attaboy Senate toadies.  Cheers!

    (3 comments) Comments >>

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