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AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
02/23/15 at 12:58:31
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Wisconsin AFL-CIO plans rallies Tuesday, Wednesday at the Capitol over Right-to-Work bill

http://fox6now.com/2015/02/22/wisconsin-afl-cio-plans-rallies-tuesday-wednesday-...

It'll be jus' like 2011 all over again.

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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #1 - 02/24/15 at 06:24:18
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I thought the AFL-CIO went out of business...aren't they all in prison for inciting riots and money laundering and extortion and racketeering ? Oh that's right they are being protected by Dem appointed Liberal Judges they pay off.
  
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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #2 - 02/24/15 at 13:13:51
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mortarman wrote on 02/23/15 at 12:58:31:
It'll be jus' like 2011 all over again.

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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #3 - 02/24/15 at 13:23:36
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Thing is that this time they can't recall him.

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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #4 - 02/24/15 at 13:49:14
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Yes, just another way the left can demonize Republicans by saying they are only for BIG BIZ and and dems are for the working man. Let them march as the unions and dems keep losing in Wisconsin. At least they will get off the couch and get some exercise.
  

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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #5 - 02/24/15 at 13:58:36
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Look at it this way.  The unions HAVE to complain about something, or lose more members!

  

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Re: AFL-CIO Plans To Protest Wisconsin Right To Work Bill
Reply #6 - 02/24/15 at 14:00:51
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This right to work law is a very very good thing. That senator Walker seems smart guy to me I'd vote for him. He understands the importance of business.
  

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