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Governor Jay Nixon is the best friend you have in the Missouri legislative process

The Republicans are dead-set on harming your current employee rights, and the Governor’s veto power is the ONLY thing standing in their way. Thank the Governor. And help him.

  • Do not believe the Republicans on issues related to civil rights or worker rights — They are your enemy — (Are YOU more qualified to make this nasty judgement, or am I?)
  • I watch the details and you don’t.
  • The Republicans really are opposed to worker rights.
  • They work in the background, with dirty-details provisions in laws, to harm your interests and satisfy their corporate donors
  • But some individual legislators may disagree, and yet play along for political reasons, as Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum candidly admitted recently when he talked about “taking one for the team” — which means voting for something he does not believe in — This type of attitude is way way more common at our local level than it is on the Federal level, and happens all the time — Fight back against “the team”.
  • If you think that I don’t know how the system works, well you would be naive, and possibly one of the people seduced by Rush and by Fox into voting for your enemies.
  • And the Republicans can possibly get enough support from “Conservative Democrats” to over-rule vetoes by the Governor, so your rights are in jeopardy.
  • Have I already said that your rights are under attack by your “family-friendly” Republican legislature? If so, I apologize for repeating myself. But your meager rights are under attack by these people who are holier-than-thou.
  • I wonder — If we did a poll, would working people want MORE or LESS job rights? Republican politicians are aggressively working to make LESS rights. The minority Democrats are futilely working to make MORE rights.
  • You will not get stronger employee rights from a Republican-controlled legislature.
  • Support the Governor. Help him any way you can — If you are unemployed, then you probably have some extra time to spend working for him..
  • Your current Governor has been your friend — He vetoes bad bills passed by your enemy —> the Republican-controlled Missouri Legislature.

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