Or, in terms like the first example I laid out, the Union factory worker that works the janitorial dept. making on average 3 to 6 times what non union workers in that same profession make. How much do you think that adds to the bottom line pricing of the product made?
And other countries rely on the innovation to the medical field that the US provides as well. When there is no incentive for that innovation who is going to do these things? Government? Don't make me laugh.In the global economy, other countries have UHC and their business don't have to provide health care benefits.
It would be a lot easier having an honest discussion with liberals if they would stop resorting to straw man arguments like you have here.And instead of actually trying to figure out what the problems we deal with are, the easy, mindless thing to do is say unions and workers are evil, lazy, no good.
See, I think your ire is misplaced. It isn't businesses that are trying to survive in the highest taxed country in the world that are the evil ones here, you promote that foolish argument while at the same time dismissing the 47% of people paying no income taxes, the throngs of generational welfare recipients that the liberal demo's cater to for nothing more than a vote. And those are the same people that Obama is now trying to use the distraction of class warfare to pull scrutiny off his own failure as a President.Business on the other hand, well, we need to appease them, but not deal with issues like health care.
No, you are not.Am I not getting this right?