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December 8, 2012

Warming Your Piglet

Filed under: Commentary — Tags: , , — Wayne A. Schneider @ 12:30 AM

It’s Saturday morning, and as much as I would love to sleep in, I have to go to work today. I’m not going to complain about that; I can certainly use the extra money. But I’d still rather be sleeping in my warm bed. And if I were a piglet, I could put on my mini-life preserver thingy and float in a bucket of warm water.

Maybe I can write an extra post later this weekend. I really need to go to bed right now.



  1. Wayne……I have been reading your writings for some time now. I am not a writer by any means and my disability doesn’t allow me to do a lot of things. I need your help on something that I know u can do well. Please write an article explaining the difference between a Right to work state law and a state that does not have the right to work. This is an very important issue and I think the time is perfect time to explain it to ppl… I will help you spread this 2 as many ppl as possible.

    Thank You

    Debra Clinton

    Comment by Debra Clinton — December 10, 2012 @ 3:25 PM

    • Hi, Debra,

      First, let me say thank you for reading and following my blog. I appreciate that. I also appreciate the kind words about my writing.

      I like your suggestion and I will do the research in to it. In a nutshell, as far as I understand, “right to work” is a typical RW misdirection. Remember that they view unions (and anything liberal) as “evil.” When they use the term “right to work,” I believe they mean “right to work without joining a union.” I could be mistaken, and research will prove me right or wrong.

      But I do agree that’s it’s something that needs to be explained to people because it doesn’t sound as harmful as it really is. People need to learn that without unions, there would be no middle class, and “right-to-work” states are attacking unions.

      I will get to work on that and post it it here (and at the other blog to which I contribute, The Zoo.) And once again, I thank you sincerely and humbly for your kind words.

      Comment by Wayne A. Schneider — December 10, 2012 @ 5:35 PM

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