Last edited by Cardinal Fang; 09-16-12 at 10:30 AM.
and you have identified what the law anticipated. that union represented employees, dues paying union members, need an opportunity to oust those union leaders who are not advancing the will of the represented union members. and this happens by democratic election. those dues paying members - by virtue of their dues payment - are eligible to vote for their leaders, as provided by the union's constitution. just as we have the opportunity to turn out politicians who are not acting in our interests, so too, do the union members have the opportunity to elect new leadership more inclined to the needs of the members. conducting these democratic elections is required by law and they are monitored by the department of laborAnd what if union membership is not a benefit? What if instead it is more like a blood sucking parasite attached to the ordinary worker? What if the "benefits" accrue mainly to senior members and union leadership? Does not the ordinary worker deserve the right to shake off the parasite?
This was settled I dont know how many times with the Wis. supreme court & then again with the voters. This Liberal piece of crap Judge needs to go, period.
Elections trump judges. everytime. Except in liberal utopia where anything goes if you can locate a corrupt thug in black robes.
That ruling won't last a minute when a real court takes it up.
Shame on corrupt justices.
The greatest fault of capitalism is the unequal distribution of wealth. The greatest benefit of socialism is the equal distribution of misery. = Churchill