Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Young Tim's Latest Attempt At Policy-Making

Because, I guess, young Master Hudak believes in work-place democracy.

Can the workhouses be far behind?

1 comment:

  1. Of course, it’s the “right-to-work-for-less” crowd working hard to “protect” your paycheque (or should I say “paycheck”) from the dreaded “union bosses”. There was a time when union leadership was not so dreadful. But that was a time, such as when Tim’s granddad was a union executive, when unions still had a purpose. And, as we all know, “unions have served their purpose” and are no longer required. Mission accomplished. “I’ve got mine. Thank you very much. You may leave.” If you don’t agree, just check out recent pronouncements generated by Tim’s soul mates at the CCPS.

    I just love the way these maggots rationalize their blatant hypocrisy:

    “We need to actually modernize our labour laws to get them out of the 1940s and 1950s and to 2012 and beyond.”

    I’ve been listening to crap like this from satisfied customers like Tim Hudak since 1960. And my granddad told me that things weren’t much different in the thirties. It’s the same kind of guys with the same message. Parasites have no need to evolve; the message just has to experience minor mutations.