Wait, what? You mean you never said:
We feel we are the party of the working class of America.
You most certainly did say that....What are you trying to pull here?
12 % is a fairly large portion of the working class however.
In what world? It is slightly over 1 out of every 10 workers. That is damned near non existent. Hint: 1/10th of something is rather small.
Socialism is for the people, not the Socialist.I chose to vote against being in a union myself. Explain that.
Then you should be for what Gov. Walker is doing.It's about having choices.
Not quite. No business interest that I know of has a majority of workers in government sectors that could force a shutdown of government business like what has happened with the illegal strike in WI. What unions have here is purely corrupt and they should be forced to give that up.You could say the same for any one or any organization that contributes to political campaigns of causes.
Who cares if it was in the contract or not, business should never be allowed to retaliate in this manner.
Why should something like coffee be in any contract to begin with? Unless ofcourse your unions see the taxpayer that pays their salaries as someone to soak endlessly with even the smallest of perks. Nice. This is why the public is turning against unions, and membership as a whole across the country is 12%.
Now, having said that, I think it's safe to assume that the board who ruled in the union's favor didn't just decide out of the blue that union members are entitled to free coffee that was never negotiated in talks between the town and the union.