After decades of being under the thumb of the big labor bosses, Michigan in general, and Detroit in particular, are suffering the inevitable consequences. Politicians, often of both parties, let the union bosses run wild in exchange for political support. Will they change their ways? Ron Dzwonkowski wonders the same thing.
In a column in the Detroit Free Press, Dzwonkowski reminds people that Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. It would be insanity for the state to continue to let the big labor union bosses to rule with an iron fist. The first step at true reform is enactment of a Right to Work law but some of the elected officials might be better suited for a padded room than a vote in the state legislature.