I’ve seen a lot of comfortably situated loudmouths today asking, “Why should you be protected from losing your job, if I’m not?”
I wish they asked the question, “Why don’t I have protection from the most capricious employers, from the whims of shareholders, from bosses who would rather steal than steward?”
I wish they asked the question, “Seeing these people united, how can I go on alone?”
I wish they asked the question, “Who will be there for me when someone rips the world out from under me?”
They say, you shouldn’t be safe if I’m not.
Thirty thousand people in Wisconsin say, I am not safe if you’re not.