Every now and again, a great example of moonbattery is seen. Michael Moore had a reaction to the Michigan Right to Work Vote that raised the bar to “Full Metal Moonbattery.” Let’s take a look at some of his tweets, via Red Alert Politics…
Right to work laws essentially prohibit unions from forcing employees who do not want to be union members to pay union dues in order to keep their jobs. It also stops businesses from requiring employees be part of a union as part of their employment agreement.
“This is all about taking care of the hard-working workers in Michigan, being pro-worker and giving them freedom to make choices,” Michigan’s Republican Gov. Rick Snyder said. “The goal isn’t to divide Michigan, it is to bring Michigan together.”
So, in other words, Moore is going to embrace freedom by forcing people to join a union, even if the use of such force is illegal? Yes, because nothing says “freedom” or “rights” like force, right?
Wouldn’t that kinda be like Democrats saying that they didn’t like the Emancipation Proclamation, so they were just going to force blacks to stay in the plantations anyway? Come to think of it, they may have only changed the name of the plantation.
In the end, you get it. To liberals, freedom is slavery.