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Indiana Union Claims Right-to-Work Laws Violate Union Speech

HCMC Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 2:00 PM
Because Romney was overlooked by the GOP last time, we ended up with Obama, and if he is overlooked again.............. 4 more years of Obama. But, that ain't going to happen this time. Despite a few morons in the GOP who think Romney isn't conservative, while thinking the liberal RINOs Gingrich and Santorum are, Romney will be the nominee, and he will defeat Obama. Romney is conservative, and his record proves it. The liberals gave him an F for the way he voted, and he vetoed 800 of their bills, to include a stem cell bill and an illegal alien tuition bill, like the one Perry signed into law. http://www.ontheissues.org/MA-Gov/Mitt_Romney.htm Compared to Gingrich and Santorum, Romney is extremely conservative.

Attornies for the International Union of Operating Engineers argued in an Indiana Court yesterday that the states right to work laws violate the free speech of unions. Their reasoning? If dues are voluntary, the union could get less money, stifling its ability to pay for political speech. Of course, if everyone who was required to give part of their wages to the union approved of the political message that the union promulgated, then right to work laws wouldn't pose a threat, right?