Right to Work: The Battle for the Soul of America

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    “There will be blood,” Democrat Michigan State Representative Douglas Geiss

    Could you imagine the self-righteous indignation from media if a Tea Party Republican had said this, and then a Tea Party supporter immediately went and punched a Democrat in the face? They are hypocrites to the CORE.


    While the American auto industry was withering away, on the verge of bankruptcy begging for government assistance, Toyota was quietly turning a profit making cars in the United States of America. KIA was opening a new factory in Georgia during the height of the bailout.

    And which organization was, has, and continues to protest these companies from opening and operating these factories? The United Auto Workers.

    Who was really bailed out in 2008? The United Auto Workers.

    Who received the vast majority of stimulus funds, in some states as much as 80%? Public service unions.

    Teacher's unions in Michigan have left the classroom to protest, while 70% of 8th graders are not proficient at reading.

    These organizations have political agendas that their leaders have not shied away from, and it has nothing to do with improving education, increasing wages and employment--or any of the bullshit goals that are given.

    Unemployment is lower and wages are higher in right to work states, but the Democrat party and its money laundering apparatus, the unions, will do anything and everything to prevent states from giving workers the CHOICE to pay union dues. A workers CHOICE to join a union.

    Make no mistake about it, this is the battle for America's soul.
     
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    Forced dues are a big part of the commiecrat funding apparatus and they will not give those funds up easily. After all like the commies always say, money is power.
     
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    The Democrats drone on and on about being the party of choice when it comes to allowing a woman to terminate a pregnancy eight months in, while simultaneously supporting outlawing large soft drinks, circumcision, Happy Meal Toys, and whether or not to pay dues that go to, 90% go to rather, the DNC.

    Again, hypocrites to the core.
     
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    The racist roots of 'right to work' laws

    And OH YES, it was just the unions. It had nothing to do with the fact that no one was buying American cars becase they were CRAP. The unions did not design the cars. The unions did not source the parts of the cars. The unions only put the cars together. Put the blame where the blame lies, for a change. And yes, Japan was whooping the American cars because THOSE were the cars that Americans were buying. RW idiots...
     
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    The private sector is only something like 8% union.

    Despite the wailing and gnashing of teeth, unions done lost this argument.
     
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    And tell us how the country has gotten better in the last 40 years of the decline of unions,

    in terms of jobs, in terms of pay and benefits, etc., etc.

    Make the case that it's been worth it.
     
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    You're showing your ignorance.
     
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    Am I incorrect about the Democrat party being behind efforts to outlaw large soft drinks and salt in NY? Am I incorrect about the Democrat party being behind efforts to outlaw circumcision in San Francisco? And which party resisted efforts to the point of abandoning their jobs as legislators to allow teachers in Wisconsin the opportunity to opt out of union participation.

    The only one showing their ignorance is you. Without making any point at all, just name calling.
     
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    The unions are just a money laundering operation for the DNC.... as was the stimulus.. 75% of all stimulus spending went to union operations.. which of course get funneled right back to the "Campaign to Re-elect Barrack Obama" via dues and union donations.
     
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    Unemployment is lower and wages are higher in right to work states. Teachers unions have done nothing but protect the jobs of sub par educators and cost the tax payers untold billions.
     

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