Baloney. Lots of American gets lots of representation. If I am am member of a union, or a professional association, oran interest group, or a political action group, or any group which does lobbying - I can be represented and have my interests represented my man groups. You do not have to be in a public employee labor union to get that. NRA members get it. ABA members get it. Lots of people get it.Also, unionized public employees get double representation towards the state/local government.
They get to vote and lobby government through their labor union.
They get more representation than the non public employee, aka the average voter.
So what? This is irrelevant and means nothing. Its a red herring that sounds like something but actually is nonsensical.Can taxpayers not pay taxes, when public employees go on strike?
We already know the answer to this.