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122 days ago.
by asknot
BobDahler
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What happened to the "Union Influence in Politics" topic?

Even though I initiated it as the debut topic in the Times forums, I'm happy to realize it has been deleted. It died an ugly death long ago, and should have been executed long before it was. I'm curious though... Why? I am unaware of the travesty that occurred that was sufficiently heinous to warrant it's deletion... As compared to the tripe on ALL the other threads that is evident on a daily basis.

 
 

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scrappile

No one is ever forced to join a union, if your shop goes union , and you don't want to pay dues, quit or file the paperwork already showed on this thread to get those part of dues rwfunded to you . It is called choice, sk your state and federal rep.. and while your at it ask billy boy about why he did what he did about the STOCK legislation, hmmmm. Pssst billy got any good tips on the arket lately?

Posted 453 days ago.

scrappile

That photo posted shows exactly why you want trained skilled craftsmen on constuction jobs, of course when you wear a paper hat and ask,"Do you want fries with that", you may not understand workplace safety,ain't that right rikiperry.

Posted 453 days ago.

scrappile

The anti trust laws have not been enforced since ronnie was potus, in a sense allowing monopolies' kinda like wal-mart ridding small towns of local hardwre stores. The only real difference between 1851's second attempt at SOB-5 and workplace freedom amendment, is the backers like Chris Littleton, added the word freedom, well it ain't free and those that pass it are simply thinking the workforce is dumb, righttoworkhurtseveryone.

Posted 453 days ago.

scrappile

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Posted 453 days ago.

scrappile

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Posted 454 days ago.

scrappile

Labor Unions & Workers Resource Website Why Labor Unions are Important to All American ... thousands of investors looking for a ... ways to offer new innovative and better products and competed ... ****cwa4309****/index.html

Posted 454 days ago.

scrappile

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Posted 454 days ago.

BeRight

Sorry , but this thread was started months ago ! Don't know who pulled this back in the lime- light !

Posted 456 days ago.

scrappile

The governor of Wisconsin, don`t you know, received how much out of state money to run and then keep his job.

Posted 457 days ago.

scrappile

South Dakota approves paying legislators' ALEC dues - eWallstreeterewallstreeter****/go.php?to=37298218 South Dakota approves paying legislators' ALEC dues. From Salon****. April 24, 2013 - 9:14am. The state legislature's Republican-controlled Executive Board ..****pulsory dues being paid so members of state legislature can keep their jobs, RTW hurts everyone****

Posted 457 days ago.

scrappile

However unions are not required to represent all employees in a workplace unless they insist= CHOICE, nuff sed....

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

C'mon Mr. Fake explain where union dues go, or do they all go to bosses and political candidates,

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

Yes, get union representation without paying for it, something for nothing, the conservative utopia, and corporatist montra.

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

Whose money is behind Ohioans for workplace freedom, follow the money, to see who wants you to work for less, while collecting grants and susidies from the govt. They rail against.

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

We are Ohio POW=R

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

Soon after the 2014 election if wrong riki gets his wish. mr. Fake we are going to have to let you go. To which riki replies,"But I have the right to work." Astonished at his employers response, riki answers, "What do you mean, that is not what it means." By the way is Texas a right to work state, yes, and why was the plant allowed to operate in the way it did, could it be because Texas is a right to work state, where it has been proven that worker safety is less of a concern, and reporting violations of regulations could cost a citizen their employment, RTW hurts everyone

Posted 458 days ago.

scrappile

Workplace freedom is currently in the process of organizing a PAID signature program, One of its representatives blatently lied in a press conference about Ohio`s unemployment level being higher than right-to-work states. Lie, deny, deflect, standard op for Ohioans for workplace freedom, so see freedom is not pertinent to the issue, if you have to lie about it.

Posted 460 days ago.

scrappile

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" Under current federal and Ohio law, No employee is required to join a union as a condition of employment..."

Posted 460 days ago.

scrappile

Don't Be Fooled ****protectohiosmiddleclass****/ "Workplace Freedom" is a lie. It means lower wages for everyone.

Posted 460 days ago.

scrappile

Union brothers and sisters, usually, but not always, will gladly pay union dues, that train apprentices, help union retirees, fund health premiums,improve working conditions, fund strike benefits, fund programs for needy citizens, as to the alternative of wearing a paper hat and asking, "Do you want fries with that?" RTW is bad for business, righttowork is wrong for everyone. But go ahead back those who will never have your best interest, remember what Lincoln said about labor. Remember what Tesla did when he found out a contract he signed put people out of work. Freedom, is just a word, its how its implemented, thats important.

Posted 460 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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