Screw the working man | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Screw the working man

Posted By on Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 2:02 PM

2010 is an election year. So you shouldn't be surprised that the Ark. senator up next year would see no reason why workers would feel they need of any protection against coerceive management, the bosses being so famously beneficent and all.

Tiny Tim, come get your Cornish hen and the thanks of a grateful company. Sorry, can't afford turkeys this year.

UPDATE: The wellstone.org site sends me a link that several of our readers would do well to read for some needed education about the card check legislation.

ALSO: Think Progress chews on Lincoln here, suggesting a plausible conclusion -- Wal-Mart's loyal servant is just doing the Waltons' bidding.


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