Rallies for Labor, in Wisconsin and Beyond

The New York Times

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Rallies for Labor, in Wisconsin and Beyond

 

Max Whittaker for The New York Times

S. Montgomery Priz, a demonstrator, lampooned the rich on Saturday in Madison to protest Gov. Scott Walker’s labor proposal. More Photos »

By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr. and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

Published: February 26, 2011

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/27/us/27rally.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

Yes,  a State Law to force all workers to buy their own workers insurance from the States Insurance Company! To pay the State for all their/ workers own coverage while on the job.  Ha, Pay to keep from being layed off work. Buy your job! Or else! Great plan!

I keep hunting for the TV News video where the Governor said all this. Where I saw an old work pattern coming back into play!

Like MO now wants child labour once again! Why? To support their young middle aged parents, on an old child slave labour salary? Instead of going to school? What is going on here? Driving us to a  Global one World Ruler plan? Amazing! It is just all playing out before our eyes.Like clock work…..

Opps another Earth Quake! Opps!!!! Yep, it has all been fore-told. Watch it unfold before your eyes.


Old saw mills were like that in days gone by. You paid the Company for a room and food and it was always more then your wages! So you owed them and could not quit! You owed your soul to the company store! Some workers almost starved themselves to death! To get enough money ahead, to pay what they owed and leave!


I worked for a big Hospital here that was the same way. They paid small wages and wanted you to put your wages into their banks , your own money to cover your own health/injury Insurance and for a Paid Vacation for time off. They got the interest not you! If you did not pay in, you never got a day off  and/or if injuried on job?  Tough! Good Luck!

Tough was right, I was injuried and lost my good credit rating for the rest of my life, so it seems. I had been working  7 days a week for a Poverty level wage. No not Union thats for sure!


Wisconsin budget battle touches all 50 states

By the CNN Wire Staff

February 27, 2011 — Updated 0403 GMT (1203 HKT)

Civil rights activist Van Jones speaks at a Washington, D.C., rally in support of Wisconsin public union workers.

Civil rights activist Van Jones speaks at a Washington, D.C., rally in support of Wisconsin public union workers.

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