That strikes me as about as stupid as saying gays have a right to get married, so long as they marry someone of the opposite sex.
[QUOTE=Cephus;1057826326]But the question isn't really having a specific job, it's having a right not to be forced into a union. If the job you've had for 20 years unionizes and you voted against the union, you're stuck either being out of the job you've had for 20 years, and perhaps out of the only industry you're qualified to work in, or be part of a union you do not want to be a part of.[QUOTE]
In that case, they should have a right to not join the union. I actually said that earlier: "If it's an aftger the fatc thing, where they have the job for years and they are beign literally forced to join (any group, Union, KKK, etc), then it's a different story altogether. In that case, the employee should have a right of refusal and receive no penalties for that refusal."
I guesss it doesn't really sound as stupid as the right to get married argument when you actually READ the comments instead of INVENT them.
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
There's been alot of talk in this thread about "if you don't like it then get a different job or move".
Well I'm here to tell ya that's a bunch of bull****. If I had the money to move I would. But I don't so I can't move. I have to accept whatever I can in order to just make ends meet. Regardless of my personal beliefs. Family comes first, which means bills come before pride.
It's easy to tell people to "just get another job or move" when you have the money. It also shows a total lack of understanding how people like me struggle just to pay the bills. You try living on a net income of 12k per year and then tell me that crap.
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