A Public Employee

FROM WISCONSIN called Rush in the first hour Wednesday and tried to make out that public employees should have the right to collectively bargain.

Fine. Bargain collectively all you want. And when your terms are unacceptable to your employer, take your labor to other buyers and see whether you can find someone else who will meet your price.

What’s that? Oh? You want the right to strike against the employer who refused to meet your terms? You want to claim a right to shut down his business until he accedes to your demands?

So what you’re saying is not that you want to bargain collectively, but that you want to engage in organized extortion.

Ah! Now I understand.

And by you, this is a human right?

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