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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'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.
    you have no idea what you are talking about.

    many of these people are taking care of family members or even friends. these people are lossing money out of their SS and or welfare checks to pay union dues. most of these people dont' see any wages from this but are forced to join the union to provide care for their own family.

    so yea the union was shaking down private citizens and taking money from people that needed it the most.

    So if you went to take care of your eldery mother because she needed it you would be forced to join the union pay union dues from her check and receive nothing in return.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ludin View Post
    you have no idea what you are talking about.

    many of these people are taking care of family members or even friends. these people are lossing money out of their SS and or welfare checks to pay union dues. most of these people dont' see any wages from this but are forced to join the union to provide care for their own family.

    so yea the union was shaking down private citizens and taking money from people that needed it the most.

    So if you went to take care of your eldery mother because she needed it you would be forced to join the union pay union dues from her check and receive nothing in return.
    These people are getting paid with the same money any state home healthcare worker receives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    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.
    In the case of California, after the legislators cashed the unions checks given to buy legislation changing the workers to state employees, the in home workers compensation did go up. On the other hand, their ranks exploded to over 264,000 today, netting the SEIU over $60 million annually from the investment in the liberal/progressive legislators they bought.

    Further on the down side, the fraud has been ignored, and it's the working taxpayers (a shrinking percentage in Progressive California) who are footing the bill. Just can't see how all that is a plus.

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    As long as the union isnt forced to represent them, then I have no problem with them not paying dues. Of course what I have a problem with or not has no relation to laws, LOL.

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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'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.
    No, they'll out price thier jobs and break states ability to pay "retirement". Unions are parasites.
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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
    These people are getting paid with the same money any state home healthcare worker receives.
    So drunk on union lies are you. Michigan did this to, freed the home healthcare folks from union chicanery.
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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
    Private citizens are not being shaken down
    Pam Harris was being shaken down. She isn't a government employee, nor a member of the union. What claim does the union have to her son's social security. The union, via executive order signed by the governer of Illinois were literally stealing from a handicapped person. What kind of dirbag does it take to do something like that?
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by ocean515 View Post
    In the case of California, after the legislators cashed the unions checks given to buy legislation changing the workers to state employees, the in home workers compensation did go up. On the other hand, their ranks exploded to over 264,000 today, netting the SEIU over $60 million annually from the investment in the liberal/progressive legislators they bought.

    Further on the down side, the fraud has been ignored, and it's the working taxpayers (a shrinking percentage in Progressive California) who are footing the bill. Just can't see how all that is a plus.
    Well that really is the contention. The GOP is seething mad that the union can campaign for legislators that will allow collective bargaining in the state. It's pretty transparent because like I already said they don't give a damn if those healthcare workers get paid the lowest possible denominator.

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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
    No, they'll out price thier jobs and break states ability to pay "retirement". Unions are parasites.
    Out price their jobs do you even realize what these people make. I promise you they are not remotely over priced.
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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
    Well that really is the contention. The GOP is seething mad that the union can campaign for legislators that will allow collective bargaining in the state. It's pretty transparent because like I already said they don't give a damn if those healthcare workers get paid the lowest possible denominator.
    Actually, it's been shown the public sector unions, well in the case of California, the SEIU, don't really care about the patients involved, they are just a necessary evil. The bottom line is dues, and in California, that means over $60 million annually from IHSS workers alone.

    Hopefully this ruling bankrupts the union and it's corruption, and returns the taxpayers investment in taking care of the elderly to loving support, rather than farming dying people for dollars.

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