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    Re: The truth about the PRO Act (pro-union dream bill)

    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger19 View Post
    Obviously you don't own a business.. but tell me.. if you did.. and the union only represented 20% of the workforce.. would YOU deal with them? Or would you tell the to pound sand?
    And obviously you don't either. This is a classic example of you pretending to be a healthcare CEO, entrepreneur, physician, and a thousand other things... you can't keep your bull**** straight.

    I have never, in my life, met a business owner who is pro-union.

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    Re: The truth about the PRO Act (pro-union dream bill)

    Quote Originally Posted by bave View Post
    And obviously you don't either. This is a classic example of you pretending to be a healthcare CEO, entrepreneur, physician, and a thousand other things... you can't keep your bull**** straight.

    I have never, in my life, met a business owner who is pro-union.
    You realize how I just stated that if the union only represented 20% of my workforce, I would tell them to pound sand... right?

    And somehow.. that makes me "pro union"?

    Before you go on trying to insult people.. you should work on your reading comprehension.

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    Re: The truth about the PRO Act (pro-union dream bill)

    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger19 View Post
    You realize how I just stated that if the union only represented 20% of my workforce, I would tell them to pound sand... right?

    And somehow.. that makes me "pro union"?
    What makes you pro-union is that pretty much everything you say about them seems to read as if it came from aflcio.org. Other than agreeing there should continue to be NLRB-supervised elections, you haven't shown a whiff of skepticism of any of their other most sought-after provisions of this dream bill.

    Your whole point in saying you'd tell a union representing 20% of your workforce to pound sand is to defend exclusive representation as absolutely necessary (which is debatable), as a way of supporting unions' arguments against Right To Work. There are numerous ways unions could protect themselves from the cost of free riders. Forming a members-only union is one such way. There are other conceivable legal alternatives that have some precedent (see Janus v. AFSCME pg. 17).
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