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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
    So drunk on union lies are you. Michigan did this to, freed the home healthcare folks from union chicanery.
    You don't even know what you are arguing. I was referring to the funds used to pay these state workers which btw are the same in all states.

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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
    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?
    Um, Pam Harris gets paid through the state as a caretaker.

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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
    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.
    Um, those dues go toward both collective bargaining and to push for favorable legislation to continue to do so. Otherwise, people taking care of those elderly folks are going to get paid the lowest wages possible.

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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
    Um, those dues go toward both collective bargaining and to push for favorable legislation to continue to do so. Otherwise, people taking care of those elderly folks are going to get paid the lowest wages possible.
    That wasn't the case before the SEIU bought into the state, so there is no reason to believe it will happen in the future now that the court appears to have ruled to stop the corrupt practice of holding health care hostage in return for dues.

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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
    Out price their jobs do you even realize what these people make. I promise you they are not remotely over priced.
    Look bub, you know why companies outsource or move factories? Cause labour costs go too high.
    Climate, changes. It takes a particularly uneducated population to buy into the idea that it's their fault climate is changing and further political solutions can fix it.



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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
    That wasn't the case before the SEIU bought into the state, so there is no reason to believe it will happen in the future now that the court appears to have ruled to stop the corrupt practice of holding health care hostage in return for dues.
    Wasn't it you that stated
    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.

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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
    Look bub, you know why companies outsource or move factories? Cause labour costs go too high.
    What on earth does that have to do with this discussion!?

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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
    Wasn't it you that stated
    Yes, I did write that. You stated the compensation would drop to the lowest level possible. It wasn't at the lowest level possible before the union got involved, so why would it go to the lowest level possible after people are able to opt out?

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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
    Yes, I did write that. You stated the compensation would drop to the lowest level possible. It wasn't at the lowest level possible before the union got involved, so why would it go to the lowest level possible after people are able to opt out?
    Proof please.

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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
    Proof please.
    LOL

    You first.

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