Friday, February 08, 2013

TKC EXCLUSIVE AND BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY DEMOCRATIC PARTY INSIDERS BLAME DEVASTATING "RIGHT TO WORK" GOP THREAT ON ELECTION SEASON COMPLACENCY FROM GOV. JAY NIXON!!!



A Republican Party Union Crackdown is quickly becoming reality in Missouri. Meanwhile, Kansas City Democratic Party insiders are reminding everyone that Gov. Jay Nixon is anything but the state's Democratic leader.

First, take a look at the "Right To Work" crackdown that's soon to become reality . . .

Right-to-Work: Missouri Unions Push Back Against GOP Rep. Eric Burlison's Labor Bill

MO considering right-to-work law again, would skip governor’s veto

Debate heats up over right-to-work measure

And now . . . Here's what Democratic Party Insiders are saying . . .

"Understand that the 'NO-VETO' majority is a direct result of Governor Jay Nixon refusing to help anyone out during election season and focusing only on his landslide victory. At the end of the day his ineffectiveness is a direct result of his own lack of foresight on how elections across the State would influence his tenure. This (right to work) legislation would be devastating to Unions across the State and Gov. Jay Nixon's election strategy is a big reason why it might pass."

There's hope that this effort might stall out soon but if it does it'll only be because of Union efforts beyond Democratic politicos who have now been rendered almost completely powerless in this debate.

23 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Another crap content Kansas City Friday.

Anonymous said...

You bet Nixon is complacent. He's a lame duck.

Anonymous said...

Tony has no idea what he's talking about.

JR said...

Nobody likes Jay Nixon?

That's kind of like shooting fish in a barrel for Tony or anybody else.

The guy avoids KC at all costs. Nixon is a nobody.

Anonymous said...

He is the cause of the super majority that the Republicans have ,hope he got something for it.

Buh-Bye Union Commies! said...


Kleenex sales in Democrat districts are at an all-time high.

Xanax sales are breaking records there too.

Union thugs, goons, and mobsters are about to be put on the endangered species list as well. :-)

Anonymous said...

How did it ever come about that some greedy union slobs could claim a "monopoly" on whom a free market private sector company could hire?

Mebbe they were needed like 80 yrs ago for coal miners, but its 2013..

and unions are just another demo special interest scam group

Anonymous said...

These lazy bums elected in Kansas City have no business criticizing the Governor.

Anonymous said...

Because the "free market" private sector company freely agrees to it in a mutually agreed-upon contract.

That's how the free market works. A company should be able to enter into a contract with a union without unnecessary big-government regulations and interference, including a contract with hiring provisions.

If you really believe in the free market, then you don't believe in "right-to-work" regulations that insert government regulations into private contracts.

Employees who don't want to be in a union can always seek work elsewhere, there is no shortage of non-union worksites. In fact, the vast, vast majority of workplaces are non-union. Kind of like if an employee doesn't want to follow a specific dress code, or submit to drug tests, they simply need not apply with employers who have those requirements.

Anonymous said...

Even better question is why do unions have to represent workers who "opt-out" under right-to-work laws.

Shouldn't those employees have to negotiate their own contracts/benefits/wages and hours?

Anonymous said...

The more pressure the ownership class and the corporate party put on working people, the closer we get to a repeat of the last century's labor unrest and strife.

Eventually they'll cut too close to the bone, and we'll have the 1920-30's all over again.

The NLRA is designed to promote collective bargaining as a way to avoid strikes and labor unrest and economic turmoil, the more they chip away at the intent of the act, the more they set themselves up for actual class warfare.

Organized labor has spent 75 ears brokering peace and bolstering our economy. When you undercut a force that has resulted in so much good for ALL OF US, the writing is on the wall for our economic peace and prosperity.

NLRA = USSR said...

NLRA = USSR

Anonymous said...

dumber than an internet comment

Anonymous said...

I hope it passes. Nixon is proof that there really are a few good Democrats who aren't dead Democrats.

Anonymous said...

Amen 2:48!!! Nixon allows the demcracy to work.

Anonymous said...

Where is Senator Callahan when we need him? Bring Victor back, please!

Orphan of the Road said...

There's a name for those who work in a represented position but opt-out, freeloaders. They enjoy all the benefits of collective bargaining for zero cost. At least some of them are smart enough to not sign decertification petitions.

Right-to-work will be followed by an old favorite, Voluntary Servitude.

If you think workers shouldn't need employment contracts, then explain to me why managers do?

Take your vitamins, say your prayers and all will be good. When has a company ever taken advantage of its workforce?

Anonymous said...

Fuck the unions and the Commies who support them.

The Voter Fraud That ‘Never Happens’ Keeps Coming Back said...

Demcrats and Unions love fraud.

Sweep them out with the trash.

Anonymous said...

These worthless bastards representing kansas city don't even know how to file a piece of legislation and stil want to blame Jay Nixon for their problems.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with Right to Work? It sure as hell beats Fire at Will.

Maggie Onken said...

Listen, I raised all that money for my boyfriend Jay even though he cannot find the gumption to put it to me.

I did not raise it for state rep candidates who we promised it to.

Fuck all of you. Suck my used tampons and kiss Jay's un-wiped ass.

We would rather be giving the Repubs what they want than spending money on real Dems.

Anonymous said...

Nixon is just being a Democrat. Hell, they aren't helping anyone out this year.