Michigan governor Rick Snyder (R)

Elections have consequences. And when Michigan voters went to the polls this November, they did not vote to crush the rights of labor unions, as Republican Governor Rick Snyder is now attempting to do by implementing a so-called "Right To Work" law.

In fact, Snyder explicitly said that he opposed signing such a law in Michigan this year. Here's Snyder at a hearing earlier this year:

SNYDER: Right to work is an issue that's a very divisive issue. ... I don't believe it's appropriate in Michigan during 2012.

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Snyder's new push to break the backs of labor unions represents a stunning reversal from his pre-election comments.