Thursday, September 22, 2011

A Mini-Obama in Conn.

Another democrat politician paying back his union supporters. In Conn, the Governor has decreed through executive order that all daycare and homecare providers must join a union whether they want to or not.

The order, his ninth and tenth since taking office in January, will force the state’s 4,000 daycare providers to add over $1 million in dues to union coffers, and remove the right to secret ballot elections for these workers by instituting a card check process.

The governor said:

“I have said repeatedly that I believe in the rights of workers to organize and collectively bargain, and personal care attendants and family child care providers are often-times the hardest-working, and lowest-paid workers in our job force.’ said Governor Malloy. “These executive orders will enable them to being informal conversations with DSS and the Workforce Council immediately on quality-of-life issues, with an eye towards establishing formal collective bargaining rights in the future. It is important that those who care for our youngest and oldest citizens receive equitable pay and workforce security.” (Source: Big Government)

I find it interesting that democrats always seem to find rights where rights don’t actually exist. The right to health care, the right to a job, and now the right to collectively bargain. Would somebody please show me where in the Constitution or The Bill of Rights any of these “rights” actually exist.

Sounds like there is a mini-Obama in New England.

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