How is the decision to accept or decline a union job different from a decision to purchase stock?
No one is forced to accept a job. If union membership is a condition of employment(as say, a dress code may be) and employment is a voluntary contract, how is it any different from a decision to purchase stock? As a stockholder, one is part owner of the corporation. Corporations are people, remember? Your company, your money. So why shouldn't corporations be saddled with the same burdensome restrictions that unions have been saddled with? Why should investors have fewer rights than workers? also, if union leaders should face annual recertification elections to keep the accountable, why shouldn't corporate management?
Asked By: Matthew D Rises - 6/22/2012
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No problem with it in private industry. I just don't like my taxes being jacked by union crooks and their politicians.
Answered By: Kenyan Fraud - 6/22/2012
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Easy. If you choose to decline union membership, you lose your f*****g job.
Answered By: Scooterpoop, son of Karl Childers - 6/22/2012
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