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10 minutes ago.
by Stillhere
BobDahler
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"Union fat-cats...myth or reality?"

So...you think labor unions are run by cigar chomping "Union Fat Cats", who receive outrageous salaries and benefits, while living a life of luxury comparable to Saudi Arabian Princes, lording their unrestrained power over the entire United States of America... all on the backs of the union-enslaved workers they represent. Here's your chance to prove it.

 
 

Member Comments

BeRight

Unions needs to support workplace rules that allow better workers to get better pay. This stuff about all the brotherhood making the same cash is BS.

Also, Obamacare has removed the need for Unions to negotiate heeath care benefits.

Posted 329 days ago.

BeRight

There are many problems with unions. just a couple: First , Unions limit the amount a union member can earn.

Second, the worst worker and the best worker make the same money.

Posted 330 days ago.

NasCarNut

@brutus, do your law enforcement buddies think unions are worthless??...

Posted 332 days ago.

moderation

Do ya need a good attorney,bob?

Posted 334 days ago.

luvthesouth

BobBarker, you wrote "Being new here" you are kidding...right? you are about as new to this as seasoned hooker calling herself a virgin. you ruse did not last long but at least you seem a smidge more civil. you gave yourself away with the goosestepper comment on another thread. either way be somewhat civil and share your thoughts.

Posted 334 days ago.

scrappile

Judge rules Indiana right-to-work law violates constitutional ... ****toledoblade**** › News › Nation 3 days ago - Judge rules Indiana right-to-work law violates constitutional provision ... ban on collections and associated criminal penalties unconstitutional.

Posted 466 days ago.

thegreek

Bankrupt Detroit union buddies giving city contracts to buddies made the city #3 in income per capita. And look at it now.

Posted 469 days ago.

scrappile

SHARE the truth: When Hostess began to face financial woes, the company’s CEO got a 300% salary increase from $750,000 to $2,250,000. It was discovered that the former Hostess CEO tripled his salary in early 2012. Meanwhile, a number of top executives saw massive pay raises, some nearly doubling their salaries. The new CEO blamed union workers for the company’s bankruptcy filing—yet it's the workers who were the very ones who gave concessions multiple times in the past few years—valiantly fighting to save their jobs and their company. In December, a staggering $1.8 million in bonuses were awarded to executives AFTER the bankruptcy filing. In late 2012, Hostess Brands admitted to The Wall Street Journal that money taken out of workers' paychecks—intended for their retirement funds—was used for company operations instead. Hostess is one example of executives' blame-the-worker and blame-a-union game. The sad part of the story? Regular, every-day workers fall for it; hook, line and sinker

Posted 547 days ago.

Kunectdots

Google search of "union fat cats" rends 752,000 results.

NOPE! There ARE no "union fat cats!" (please note the use of the intended double negative) LOL

Posted 551 days ago.

Art-Smith

Some basic rules should be followed when leaving comments. 1. Comments should be your own opinion. Not cut and paste materials from other sources. This would normally violate the terms of service of the source. 2. Comments should only be left on one topic/story. 3. Comments should be on the topic of the the story/forum and should not be aimed at other people using the forums.

Posted 552 days ago.

Kunectdots

Munster likes to have the 'final word' on each topic in the pick list of the "National Forums" so that, when someone looks down the posts they see Munster, Munster, Munster, Munster, Munster, ad nasium. I'm sure that he's trying to convince SOMEONE that he is an intellectual giant when, in fact, he's an arrogant as$.

So, let's fight fire with fire!

Posted 563 days ago.

BeRight

Teamsters and airlines.... That should work out well.

Posted 568 days ago.

scrappile

Do SEIU members write the laws?, this more looks like a state getting fed. Govt dollars, by the way hasn't Michigan became a right to work, red, take the federal money while whining about the size of the federal govt. State....

Posted 568 days ago.

scrappile

Do SEIU members write the laws?, this more looks like a state getting fed. Govt dollars, by the way hasn't Michigan became a right to work, red, take the federal money while whining about the size of the federal govt. State....

Posted 568 days ago.

scrappile

Robert and Patricia Haynes take care of their two children, who at the ages of 30 and 34 are more like children in adult bodies. That’s because they both have cerebral palsy, and rely on their parents to feed and change them — and likely will for the rest of their lives.

The Haynes family receives monthly checks from the state of Michigan through Medicaid, allowing the parents to care for their son and daughter themselves instead of institutionalizing them. But because a Michigan law classifies Robert and Patricia as “home health care workers,” they are considered public workers and therefore automatic union members — meaning the SEIU gets a $30 cut of the family’s Medicaid subsidy as union dues.

Posted 568 days ago.

BeRight

Teamsters officials said Tuesday that they filed a petition with a federal labor agency to force an election against the Transport Workers Union to represent mechanics at American Airlines.

The Teamsters union is also seeking to represent mechanics at US Airways, who are currently represented by the machinists' union.

Posted 568 days ago.

scrappile

Each Wal~Mart open in the U.S. cost tax payers 900,000 $ a year in tax payer subsidies due to the nations largest employers low wages, fat-cats tartar sauce....

Posted 570 days ago.

scrappile

The top 1% of this nations earners have 39% of the world's wealth, who are the fat cats, tartar sauce....

Posted 570 days ago.

scrappile

History remembers what brought about the labor movement, do you?

Posted 570 days ago.

scrappile

yeah, seen that ditty on flux views, 4 idiots disparaging unions, whilea union cameraman was making sure their idiocy made it across the airwaves....

Posted 571 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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