After our staff meeting today, our union reps gave us a little update on contract negotiations. But before that, they showed a video about the Janus case. View it on YouTube and notice that comments are disabled; all we know is the publisher, and it's my local union! No comments. I wonder why. Unionistas, and liberals in general, don't want to debate, they don't want to share ideas. They want you to hear only one side of an issue, their side, and they'll do whatever is necessary to stifle any other view.
It was the worst of union propaganda. They start with how the Supreme Court overturned the 41-year-old Abood decision. That's like complaining that Brown v. Board of Education overturned Plessy! The loaded talk--did you know that "school choice" is billionaire code for eliminating public schools? At the mention of those "individuals and organizations" who want to "destroy unions", and at several other times thoughout this video, I saw people looking at me to see my reaction. Mostly my reaction was just to smile, or to roll my eyes and smile. Most of them smiled back, they understood.
If this is the best my local union can come up with, it should be obvious even to a child that they're not worthy of my money. And indeed, they're not.
Is it really so hard to believe that I can hold the views I do in good conscience? I wish I was getting a paycheck from those evil billionaires whose only desire in life is to destroy public education so they can get rich(er) off private schools! If the public wants public schools, they'll have them--why can't the public want both public and private schools? I've said it before and I'll say it again, "Universal public education is sacred, public schools are not."
Watch out, unionistas. I'm coming for you.
Gawd, they're so pathetic. What a little temper tantrum. They're so angry that they can't use my money to make such a poor video.
I don't usually badmouth my local union, but in this case? I mock you.