How do you feel about republicans taking away our freedom to have a say in our destiny by attacking unions?

Don't you feel exposed and vulnerable without unions around? @Beat: GM's as well as others car manufacturers problems stem from people not have jobs or don't feel secure about their jobs. Unions have nothing to do with it @Bachmann: Without unions who sets policy, procedure and wages? Do you submissively kowtow to what ever bone is thrown to you? At Anger: look at Iris's response and my reply to Bachman.

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The guy with the mom as "a janitor working one hour a night" is fibbing on that point, exaggerating in an effort to make an almost invalid point. I became a labor advocate after Reagan abruptly fired PATCO (the air traffic controllers union) in the 1980s, or his handlers did, and thus began an all-out greed-driven WAR... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 8/13/2012
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"An exemplary case of the way the economic collapse is already being used in the ideologico-political struggle concerns the conflict over what to do with General Motors - should the state allows its bankruptcy or not? Since GM is one of those institutions which embodies the American dream, its bankruptcy was long... More
Answered By: The Beat - 8/13/2012
Public Sector Unions should never have been allowed to begin with. How can you have union demands based on higher taxes ? Ask teddy roosevelt !
Answered By: Bachmann Palin Overdrive - 8/13/2012
No, I would feel just fine without having a union. Then maybe I COULD AFFORD TO go the Disney world like the union leadership did on our last strike.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 8/13/2012
Angry. GRAPH: As Union Membership Has Declined, Income Inequality Has Skyrocketed In The United States ##
Answered By: iris054 - 8/13/2012
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