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Hey, Fat Cat Unions: Pay Your "Fair Share"

Context Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 6:57 AM
And the union exemptions don't stop with their tax exempt status. Union violence is "protected" if it is done in the furtherance of "legitimate" labor goals. So, if union thugs want to target a particular Wal-Mart store and picket in an attempt to organize its workforce, they can place nails under the tires of all existing Wal-Mart employee and management car tires without breaking the law. If the nail should cause a flat be it. If the nail should cause a blow-out at highway speed, too bad, so sad. I know this from personal experience. Thanks to the brothers of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 671, I had to replace a tire, the right front end suspension parts, and the right front fender on my 6 month old car.
rickmcq Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:18 AM
Additionally, union offices across the nation employ office workers to handle administrative functions. Union members should ask their Locals if these office workers are allowed to unionize - based on my experience in the Communications Workers of America - I'll bet they find that the answer id "NO".
Context Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 6:59 AM
What would get the rest of us imprisoned for attempted murder is what gets Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid elected.

Hey...someone should ask if Princess Nancy uses union labor in the businesses she and Mr. Nancy Pelosi use. (Hint...the answer is NO)
Message for wealth-bashing millionaire actor Ed Asner: Man up and take responsibility for lying to America's schoolchildren.

Confronted by a producer for Fox News Channel's "The Sean Hannity Show" this week, the left-wing celebrity claimed he couldn't remember "a thing (he) said" on a vile propaganda video produced and published by the California Federation of Teachers. Asner narrated the unforgettable eight-minute anti-capitalist screed geared toward children.

Think Occupy Wall Street meets Sesame Street. "Things go downhill in a happy and prosperous land after the rich decide they don't want to pay taxes anymore," Asner warbles in a folksy grandpa voice. After education reform...