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    Re: Tenn. politicians threaten to kill VW incentives if UAW wins election

    Quote Originally Posted by Napoleon View Post
    UAW probably would not mind if people who elect not to participate in a union were required to sign a contract stating that they are not entitled to any of the privileges or benefits resulting from union negotiation or action.
    Same thing as a closed shop.

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    Re: Tenn. politicians threaten to kill VW incentives if UAW wins election

    Quote Originally Posted by reinoe View Post
    Republicans love welfare when it goes to corporations, but hate welfare when it goes to poor people.
    That's a pretty broad statement. When you say "Republicans" are you referring to politicians or just ordinary citizens who vote Republican?

    Are there any Republicans here that support Corporate Welfare but not Citizen Welfare? Can you tell us your position on these issues please.

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    Re: Tenn. politicians threaten to kill VW incentives if UAW wins election

    Quote Originally Posted by specklebang View Post
    That's a pretty broad statement. When you say "Republicans" are you referring to politicians or just ordinary citizens who vote Republican?

    Are there any Republicans here that support Corporate Welfare but not Citizen Welfare? Can you tell us your position on these issues please.
    Republican politicians especially.

    And if the state shouldn't be offering these special tax packages to individual companies. If there's going to be special tax packages then they should be for any company or individual in the state. For example x taxes written off for each person hired/each job created in the state. A person who starts their own small business gets a special write off temporarily. Everyone has an even playing field and small businesses get a small leg up, but in the grand scheme of things at least it's not a $$(*#_ corporate giveaway.
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