As Twitchy reported, the Michigan House and Senate tonight passed right-to-work legislation that would preclude union membership from being a condition of employment in the state. The Senate was greeted with a chant of “Shame on you” from the gallery before adjourning for the week, but angry union supporters are keeping the chant going on social media.
Three of the scariest, most insidious, most Orwellian words in the English language: right to work. Shame, #Michigan
— bazu (@bazu) December 7, 2012
Michigan, my Michigan? Evidently NOT. Republicans bent its citizens over today and had THEIR way with the citizens of the State #SHAME
— stonecircle (@stone_circle) December 6, 2012
Solidarity to all brave brothers and sisters putting up the fight against Reich To Work in Michigan! Shame to the GOP Forever! #wiunion
— scottwalkerwatch (@scottwalkerwtch) December 7, 2012
Shame on Michigan's suppression of our democratic rights #labor
— Bob Morgenstern (@MorgyWV) December 7, 2012
@UAW Fuck Rick Snyder and his assclown buddies in state legislature.
SOLIDARITY FROM OHIO!
— 212 Sparky (@A212Sparky) December 7, 2012
Sad day in Michigan, the war is on! Long live labor fuck the GOP!
— lance enderle (@lance_enderle) December 7, 2012
— Sheet Metal Local 19 (@SMWIALocal19) December 7, 2012
Hate to get political but rick snyder and the republican house and senate can go fuck themselves. #fuckrightowork
— Adam Mantay (@Mantleon42) December 6, 2012
Shame on Michigan legislature for this blatant attack on workers' rights. I never thought something like this would happen in my home state.
— Craig Chasseur (@spoonboy42) December 7, 2012
Fuck Right To Work, Fuck our Senate and House and especially fuck you Rick Snyder. You all know what you are doing trying to bust unions.
— Mils Marijuano (@MilsMarijuano) December 7, 2012
— Eric Rosso (@ericopinion) December 6, 2012
@governorsnyder SHAME On YOU. Michigan has always been a proud manufacturing WORKING man state.
— Lois Eiler (@LoisEiler) December 7, 2012
There’s enough shame to spread it around a little.