Liberty and Freedom
But consider what makes Michigan special: we're a blue-collar state with one of the best trained workforces in the country, and we're surrounded by fellow forced-union states like Ohio and Illinois. Jobs would flood into Michigan.
Democrat Party Chairman Mark Brewer told the media a fight for Freedom to Work would be "disastrous." But just think for a moment: how does it benefit the Democrat Party chair if you believe him?
Just think what Freedom to Work would mean for the conservative movement, and for Republicans who took the bold stand to pass it. They would preside over what might be the greatest economic turn-around in American history.
But the unions will threaten our Republican legislators, as Chairman Brewer just hinted at.
That's why it's so important that right now, while this issue is going up all over the news, we build as much support for this effort as possible.
House and Senate Republicans must sense the support is out there, that the grassroots will back them up for standing strong.Please sign the Michigan Freedom to Work Petition today. You can also "Like" the page on Facebook, and tell your friends about it.
|The Biggest Winners
(all Freedom to Work)
|The Biggest Losers
|1. Texas||+866,000||46. California||-170,400|
|2. Florida||+291,600||47. Indiana||-225,300|
|3. Arizona||+194,000||48. Illinois||-332,700|
|4. Virginia||+138,400||49. Ohio||-508,200|
|5. Nevada||+124,500||50. Michigan||-687,600|
Adam de Angeli
Technology Director, MI Freedom to Work
Gee, the only Michigan jobs to be lost would be those of union bosses...and that would rank just below the "job vacancy" created with the loss of the al-Qaeda Union Boss due to the Navy Seals' efforts in Pakistan!!!
I wonder if we could sign the petition with the same "auto-pen" that Obama used???
This is the single most important issue regarding job creation in Michigan! We would be the only Great Lakes state to have such a law.
50% of business looks for RTW as it's first priority before relocation.