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Right-to-Work Laws Shouldn’t Exist, so Why Am I Happy about What Happened in Michigan?

Timgabz Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 12:48 PM
I believe that Unions have a relevant part to play. I believe that people should be afforded the dignity of work. This doesn't mean that Unions be allowed to abuse the companies or governments that provide the jobs. Unions and welfare destroy the dignity of work and destroy legitimate jobs because they have become sullied.
Rosa19 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 2:58 PM
Unions add extra costs to the overall business that are unnecessary and limit the competitiveness of the company. In fact, many companies have gone under because they couldn't compete after union costs. Union contracts force ridiculous hourly wages for low-end jobs. $70,000 and up to watch an assembly line computer screen? That's crazy. Then, unions demand ridiculous pensions and expect the rest of us to help pay them!

In fact, unions force higher fees for workers without high school diplomas than many doctors, lawyers and other professionals make that spent years in school, have huge responsibilities, etc. That is unacceptable. Unions do not provide dignity, just theft.