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Self-Proclaimed Union Thug Vinny Castaldo Wants to Beat Me Up

HoovervilleFollies Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 5:57 PM
And of course it would never occur to you that the never-ending conservative attack on unions and the constant call for the end of regulations on business would effectively return us to something very much like the days of the robber barons.
michael1819 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 3:08 PM
Nope, it would never go backwards. In fact liberals are in bed with some of the very worse offenders of the worker, Banks.
No one has called for all regulations to cease. But there are millions of pages of regulations out there for business to follow. It is easier for a major corporation to hire the necessary experts to sort them out, they also have a greater work force and more opportunity to absorb the costs. The small business owner is hard pressed to keep up. So in reality many of these regulations are sought after by big business to eliminate competition from small business owners. You liberals just go along with it and crush the small business owner.
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 10:04 PM
Since the myth of the robber barons has been long debunked and, in fact, that period of American history was one of the greatest improvements in compensation and working conditions for ordinary workers in history, perhaps you should just wear a t-shirt embalzoned with "uneducated idiot" to spare anyone from thinking you have the slightest clue.
Colonialgirl Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 7:42 PM
Another Liberal brainless troll pops up to spew its load of sheer stupidity and nonsense.

Perhaps it was the radio segment that I did this week asking for comments and feedback about unions. I asked on the air for people who were union members to call our listener line at 202-681-1732 or email us at

I was looking for comments about the good and bad that goes along with being represented by unions.

Still looking for comments, and now want them even if you don't have a union.  

Personally I think unions are outdated relics of an age that belong more to Stalin than to Dickens.

Or maybe it was the Facebook picture I posted...