Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) criticized public-sector unions on Sunday, saying they should be eliminated entirely.
"There's, I think, a fundamental problem with government becoming its own special interest group," he told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday." "Ultimately, there is not really bargaining in those situations because government sits on both sides of the table."
Wallace then asked whether Daniels would like to see public-sector unions disappear entirely.
"I think government works better without them, I really do," Daniels replied.
"There's a reason that defenders of labor ... always said that unionism had no place in the public sector, that it was necessary freedom, and it is, in the private sector. But that it was a bad idea in government," he added.
Government employees aren't entitled to anything now. No unions, no collective bargaining, no retirement, hell at this point even paying public sector workers is "theft of taxpayer money". The politics of resentment that the Republicans are using now demand you rise up against teachers, cops, firefighters, social workers, and anyone else working for the government and TAKE BACK YOUR COUNTRY and stuff.
So we can't have private sector unions because the job creators will all leave, and we can't have public sector unions because GOVERNMENT IS THEFT. Pretty soon we'll be asking "why pay government employees at all?" And our FOX zombie nation will agree because none of them ever got raises. Why should anyone else?
Won't be long now until you'll be paying your employer for the privilege of working for them.