Notes on the Big Win – By Jonah Goldberg – The Corner – National Review Online

Public sector unions — which even FDR thought were a travesty — create a special class of voters who can manipulate elected politicians and unelected bureaucrats in ways that disadvantage the taxpayer and the public generally (see Hunter Baker’s contribution to the NRO symposium).  They have access to the machinery of government, the schools, and politicians in ways no other interest group does. They are the vanguard of the Crolyite vision of democracy. Their defeat both, real and symbolic, is a monumental victory. The Wall Street Journal puts it well this morning

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