Yesterday, state House Speaker Bill O’Brien took to Facebook to accuse postal workers of intentionally delaying his mail. It’s “what union-controlled government has become in New Hampshire,” he declared.
Union operatives are pulling my yard signs from public areas and replacing some of them with union signs. Union thugs have twice gone into a general store in my town and threatened the woman who owns it with a boycott if she doesn’t take down a yard sign supporting me.
And now, most recently, the postal service, which of course is staffed by union employees, have begun to delay and withhold mailers I am trying to send to voters.
My sense is that there will come a time right before November 6 in this election cycle, or perhaps even before the primary, when the unionized postal employees will just stop delivering my mail entirely, cutting me off from having an effective conversation with my constituents.
This is the way the union bosses and their political wing, the Democrat [sic] party, think representative government should work in New Hampshire. For them, democracy is agreeing with them or being silent.
The full rant is captured in a screenshot below the fold.