I love your statement, "Let a teacher screw up enough...." What exactly is enough? Two times? Four times? A hundred times? See my point? I can name two teachers right now who were criminally charged within the past two years and they still are employed within the school system. Easy to get rid of, huh?I can't imagine how some of you union busters can blame the union for old hateful teachers being in the system. The union is not in the business of retaining such teachers. The union is there to represent them if they are accused without merit, not to make excuses for them. It has been my experience that these lousy teachers are defended more by their fellows, not the union. A principal doesn't want to do his job, so he just ignores the complaints. The union is not all powerful. Let a teacher screw up enough, incourage the parents to make complaints, and see how long it takes for them to get canned in spite of representation.
It's easy to see that the Republicans are hand in hand with big business and their crusade to abolish Unions and workers rights.
In case you haven't noticed, most of the Union represented factories have closed and either moved off overseas or down into Mississippi, Georgia, or some other low wage scab state.
I remember when that used to be illegal, but Congress now encourages it. This action against the state employees is just an excuse for the same.
Crowe is just a bought and paid for retreaded politician. He thinks he knows which side his bread is buttered on, and so far it has been working for him. I say give him the boot.
As for your reasoning behind the moving of companies out of the country or to "some low wage scab state"; you are completely wrong. Most companies fold or move because they can't afford to pay unionist workers and continue to make a profit.
Might be a good time to study the facts.