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Unions Tell Taxpayers: “We have no confidence in you.”

dmacleo Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 3:29 PM
same here, company was bought and Maine is not (yet) a right to work state. wonder how many union fans would fly on an aircraft purposely not inspected (metal fatigue tests) IAW faa and manufacturer specs by a union member knowing the member was not able to be fired and kept his job. wonder how many would then NOT sue if something happened.
Curtis108 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 4:21 PM
Right to work is NOT a panacea.

For example, Virginia is a right to work state... you don't have to be a member of the union, but you are bound by the contract nonetheless...

All over the country, union leaders are demanding that communities cough up extra cash to help “make teachers whole.” And unions around the country are testing the waters with teachers by asking teachers in budget stricken districts to vote “no confidence” in the community to send a message to taxpayers to cough up cash or else.

The “or else?”

Strike.      

Never mind making communities whole; those communities can never be whole under Obama.

As cash-strapped municipalities deal with declining tax revenues and too-rosy assumptions made by administrators and union officials, teachers unions are stamping their feet, holding their breath and...