Thursday, December 13, 2012

Speaker of the House Tim Jones- We're going to cut off unions' money

In this interview with Dana Loesch, Speaker of the House Tim Jones, R-Eureka, says chances for right to work in Missouri this year are almost nil, but added that he intends to push through legislation that will cripple unions' ability to put money into political campaigns.


Anonymous said...

Wonder why the buttholes are so afraid of unions? Because they know they have crapped on labor repeatedly over the years.

Sooner or later maybe, just maybe, the republicans will do away with themselves and we don't have to put up with them for a few years.

What a bunch of plain and pure thugs.

Anonymous said...

Well then, Corporations should be held to the same standards. Mutual fund investors, shareholders and employees who are all part of a company’s financial structure have no say where the profits of a company go when a CEO writes a check to a candidate.
If union represented workers are such a small part of the American work force why are they so feared.
Look at the standard of living in areas where Unions are prevalent. Better Schools (taxes on better wages), better hospitals(more employees covered under good health insurance plans) better tax base because it’s all based on wages and fringe benefits, all things Union help promote.
There will come a time in this country when the people will wake up and realize Unions built the middle class and they are the ones that will have to save it or bring it back.
Jack O