Gov. Rick Snyder should be ashamed of himself.
For nearly two years, he steadfastly denied that attempting to kill unions in Michigan with "Right to Work" legislation was on his agenda.
In a single day last week, he did far more than flip-flop on RTW. Rick Snyder undid the entire premise of his governorship: government transparency, data-driven decisions and bipartisan cooperation.
No, governor, you don't get to have it both ways anymore after you unfurl these words at a Thursday press conference: "I'm asking that we pass an act that gives workers freedom in the workplace. When it arrives on my desk, I will sign it."