a reply to: olaru12
I was just asking. Sheeesh...
Questions often follow a post, so mine was relevant to your post. You don't need to be snarky. Of course, it isn't my business, but YOU announced to
the world YOU belong to a union and put it out there.
Once you pay your dues, it's the Unions money and no longer under your care, custody or control anymore, (not yours)...they in turn use it however
they wish and, of course, YOU have a voice in how they use it. MMMhmmmm. I have NO doubt you will take the opportunity to tell me if I am wrong
about this, no?
But now that you've gotten my Irish dander up, anamochara, it is now my turn to defend against your heated response to my post:
I have NO college degree, never belonged to any union of any kind (not even a credit union), I own my own THRIVING business and have for 19 years in
arguably the most expensive state in the nation, I am not "almost" debt free, I am free. I owe the growth of my business 50% to my employees and 45%
to my parents, who gave me the spine and moral compass, both I have used to plunge head first into a male driven business ( oh yes, I have achieved
success), and I take 5% credit for this success, well, because I made prudent decisions along the way. My industry has no union and I am glad they
don't. I want my staff to control their own money, every penny...and they do to the fullest extent they can (taxes are uncontrollable, you know). I
provide full benefits, my lowest paid employee is me. We provide quarterly bonuses, holiday bonuses and profit share. They are happy, I am happy,
and you are out here chest-thumping you are "union proud". I would be making your mistake should I state that you insinuate that Unions are the only
place to work that gives a squat. But I won't make that mistake...
I have honestly NEVER watched Rush whats-his-last-name
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