There's a lot of fear and loathing directed at charter schools these days, and some of it gets directed at charter school teaches and parents (and, most unfortunately, at charter kids, too, I'm told). Over at Catalyst, a former district teacher talks about her move to a charter and calls for, well, a little less anonymous online hate.
It doesn't sound like she's fly by night, or that she thinks charters are God's gift to public education. She's basically arguing that teachers should have a right to teach where fits them best -- you veteran teachers at good schools know all about that, don't you! -- and enough with the shade throwing (Don't put down teachers who choose charters).
Or at least be consistent about your positions and prepare to stop shopping at nonunion stores (Amazon, etc.) and using products made at nonunion companies (Apple, Google), etc.