Ohio voters may get say on 'right to work'
#1 Feb 21, 2012
That may be the BEST thing Dayton ever had is a right to work law. Alas though, it may be too late.
#2 Feb 21, 2012
Ohio last voted on a Right to Work law in the early 60's, I believe. The vote was very contentous. The unions flooded the airways with lies then and they will do it again this year.
They will use the money they forcably took from workers who were forced to join the union and pay dues, whether they wanted to or not.
How's that for irony?
#3 Feb 23, 2012
2009 CR 0443 STATE OF OHIO VS. GANNON, DENNIS E BCPD JTC
Prelim Case Nbr
Full Name GANNON, DENNIS E
304 MORTON AVENUE
City/State/Zip DAYTON OH 45410
WRIGHT, JAMIE D
Jurisdiction BEAVERCREEK POLICE D
Action Code 2913.02A1
Degree of Off. Felony 5th Degree
Offense Date 07/10/2009
Officer SUMNER, SHAWN
Judge CAMPBELL, J TIMOTHY
BOND REFUNDED TO
Case Comments Case Attributes
Number 2009 CR 0443
#4 Feb 24, 2012
It's way to late. Ohio lost 3500 jobs in the past decade. Ohio just voted no on issue 2 saying they don't want a balanced budget, but rather keep the tax payer funded goodies flowing. Since 1968 Ohio has hemorrhaged 8 (30%) of their electoral votes to southern right to work states. Kasich has done the right thing thus far keeping Ohio on top of the Midwest in job creation thus far but only with 45,000 jobs you're only 8th in the country. Indiana just went 'right to work' while Ohio is poised to elect liberal leadership.
Sorry to say it about my native state who couldn't sustain a job for myself back in 2000, but the best advice to my Buckeye brethren is to move the hell up and out. It wouldn't have been worth staying there and trying to ho the road under the same government policies still drive any new industry to right to work states.
IE: just last week Caterpillar announced their new 1400 job assembly line followed by 2800 supplier jobs and up to 5,000 halo effect jobs in Athens. Of course southern Ohio folks might be wondering what I'm taking about. Yes, Cat is moving this assembly line work back from Japan even. To Athens, Georgia.........
#5 Feb 24, 2012
We need to outsource Obama and his union buddies.
We need to start making things again in America.
#6 Feb 24, 2012
It's a shame. Dayton is a beautiful place only to be ruined by liberals and their pet politicians. Guess they'll have to find out the hard way. It USED to be a hard working family place. No more.
#7 Feb 24, 2012
They might learn the hard way IF liberals and Democrats were capable of learning from their mistakes. Unfortunately they are not.
It is in their refusal to admit to or identify the error of their ideas that the truth of liberals becomes so apparent: Liberalism is immaturity cloaked with the pretense of moral and intellectual superiority. In order to correct their mistakes, or learn from their mistakes, liberals have to be mature enough to admit they made a mistake, and wise enough to recognize the mistake. They are neither.
Dayton will continue to go the way of Detroit and other dead cities that have put all their faith and eggs in the Democrat union basket.
Money is not a substitute for maturity and wisdom. Moral problems cannot be cured with money.
#8 Feb 24, 2012
The way I see it was the unions were having their death rattle until Obama revived them and now they are working out of the White House.
Union membership in Ohio has been decreasing every year. It's in today's DDNs.
#9 Feb 24, 2012
I was on my way to work here in Atlanta when the radio news announcer brought across with glee in his step that the ATL was getting yet another Fortune 500 company. Of course this was well into Stricklands term. NCR had just announced their move. That was the day I disowned my former state. Libtards there can have at it. Always planned to move back until that day.
#10 Feb 24, 2012
And ever notice how the "libtards" you speak of can push others around, but heaven forbid you should touch them?
Hey, it's payback time. Gather people and say an overwhelming NO to these people. They are bully pansies that can't be bullied. Sure.
#11 Feb 24, 2012
Conservatives are going to have to join forces and stop looking for a Presidential candidate as pure as the driven snow.
That person doesn't exist, the person the msm will not publically crucify doesn't exist.
The man who articulates conservatism best has made some missteps; he isn't pure, but he is politically smart and he is the man the country needs in office right now.
The Messiah isn't running for office this year. He never will.
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