The Rights of Labor

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    the guy needed a bathtub big enough for 4 people, who cares what he says....:lol:
     
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    So does the Governor of New Jersey. So what?
     
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    Corporations have rights; simply review CU v. FEC (five Justices say so). President Taft said Unions do too. Your opinion Windbag, has less weight.
     
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    Corporations do not have rights, people have rights. The people who were forced to form Citizen's United in order to comply with federal election laws have just as many rights as the people who don't do that.
     

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