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  1. Point 2 is stupid beyond belief. First off, I was not aware the governors backing laws and supporting legislators who share their views was unusual and nefarious. Anyway, his complaint is basically that the majority passed a law despite the objections of the minority and the protestations of mobs. Earth to Karoub, that’s Democracy. And how much time was the Mich. GOP supposed to give the Dems to whine and complain, a whole month? And the difference between this and ObamaCare is that ObamaCare is a massive intrusion that violates our rights while this law in Michigan restores a right that never should have been taken away in the first place. So the supposed “ramrodding” here is not equivalent to the very real ramrodding of ObamaCare.

    Point 4 is, well, pointless. Nobody is claiming Michigan is the first right to work state and I even doubt that most people don’t know that.

    Point 5: So what? Preventing violence, out of control demonstrations and the disturbing of the peace and harassment of the public (which is what occurred in Wis) is what the cops are supposed to do.

    What an idiotic “list.”

    Comment by zf — December 12, 2012 @ 11:36 am

  2. Tom, Ezra Klein also went off on a “misleading” rant.

    Comment by Sean Hackbarth — December 12, 2012 @ 2:26 pm

  3. [...] Ever So ‘Helpful’ AP Tells Readers That ‘Right to Work’ Name ‘Is Misleading’ [...]

    Pingback by Ever So ‘Helpful’ AP Tells Readers That ‘Right to Work’ Name ‘Is Misleading’ | PERSUASION IN INK — December 12, 2012 @ 3:49 pm

  4. Misleading? Let’s start with the “Affordable” Care Act.

    Comment by Jim — December 13, 2012 @ 8:14 am

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