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NBC Laments ‘Upper Class Has Just About Won’ Against Unions

MadisonWannabe Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 7:30 AM
What you do not understand is that the money does not come from the company, it comes from the customer. This means that you as a customer and union member must ALWAYS buy the most expensive product in order to support your union brother and sister. I suspect that you do not follow your own rants. I would expect to find you in a discount store where you can get it cheaper.

The Detroit News recently reported that union membership has declined five-tenths of a percentage point – 11.8 to 11.3 – in the workforce.

“Total union membership fell by about 400,000 workers to 14.4 million. Teachers unions were among the hardest hit, with the ranks of public school teachers and educators falling sharply,” it noted.

The thinning union ranks are blamed on state budget cuts which have resulted job losses for teachers and other government sector employees, found.

The AP report did not mention that some teachers are choosing to walk away from their union. But that’s exactly...