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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    If you think this directly effects actual government employees, you don't.
    Starving funds that are used by unions to represent workers won't effect them? It simply means those that are not freeloader will have to pay more because costs will not go down.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Starving funds that are used by unions to represent workers won't effect them? It simply means those that are not freeloader will have to pay more because costs will not go down.
    It's more like the union freeloading off of Pam Harris,

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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    It's more like the union freeloading off of Pam Harris,

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    Leave it to the Cato Institute. The real motive behind the whole fight is for business groups/think tanks to strip unions of money so they can't push their candidates into office like they (business groups) can since the United Citizen case. The only way these workers are going to make somewhat of a decent wage is through collective bargaining and part of the unions job is to advocate for a politicians who will allow collective bargaining rights to exist in the state. Otherwise, business groups will push in politicians that strip these rights from these workers and they essentially have no voice at all. As far as Republicans are concerned, they will leave them making bottom of the barrel wages because they don't give a rats arse.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    That is exactly what will happen. Just another way Republicans can try to not only defund and starve our public services but now also starve unions of any funds. Nothing like a good old fashion oligarchy.
    Better to let unions fleece workers that want nothing to do with union jack thugs stealing thier money right?
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Yayy! Now they get all the benefits and representation that union offers for their employment but they dont have to pay the dues!
    Do they? They forego strike pay and will receive no union advocacy if they have a dispute with their employer. And it is strictly their choice whether they want such benefits or advocacy or not. SCOTUS has been doing a much better job protecting the unalienable rights of the people to be who and what they are and determine their own destiny instead of government dictating what that will be.
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Better to let unions fleece workers that want nothing to do with union jack thugs stealing thier money right?
    Without dues to collectively bargain, these workers will get paid rock bottom wages. The union isn't fleecing anyone because they are all benefiting from higher wages through collective bargaining.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Leave it to the Cato Institute. The real motive behind the whole fight is for business groups/think tanks to strip unions of money so they can't push their candidates into office like they (business groups) can since the United Citizen case. The only way these workers are going to make somewhat of a decent wage is through collective bargaining and part of the unions job is to advocate for a politicians who will allow collective bargaining rights to exist in the state. Otherwise, business groups will push in politicians that strip these rights from these workers and they essentially have no voice at all. As far as Republicans are concerned, they will leave them making bottom of the barrel wages because they don't give a rats arse.
    So, you're ok with unions shaking down private citizens? You ready for welfare recipients to start paying union dues?
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    So, you're ok with unions shaking down private citizens? You ready for welfare recipients to start paying union dues?
    Private citizens are not being shaken down

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Without dues to collectively bargain, these workers will get paid rock bottom wages. The union isn't fleecing anyone because they are all benefiting from higher wages through collective bargaining.
    Unions, especially public sector should be outlawed. They do far more harm them good, and destroy business and government not for the workers but for the union leaders bank accounts.
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Unions, especially public sector should be outlawed. They do far more harm them good, and destroy business and government not for the workers but for the union leaders bank accounts.
    That's a bunch of horse manure. Those workers will only see any kind of pay increase with collective bargaining rights, otherwise they'd get jack squat.

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