Mike4603 Wrote:
Dec 06, 2012 5:28 PM
Wrong, there are some unions that are worthwhile, but when the union reaches the point that the worker is held in virtual slavery so the Higher ups can use the members money to advance their personal political adjenda they are no longer representing the members. The Teachers unions are a prime example. The UAW is not far behind. A couple of years ago a San Francisco TV station interviewed the president of the LABORERS union, he was asked how he could justify being chaufered in a Cadilac when his members were paid not much above minimum wage, his responce was "when his members saw him driving around like that, it brought a sense of pride th them that they could provide him with that. Obviously he wasn't working for the members,