reply to post by spangledbanner
There's no evidence that these "right-to-work" laws do any good for anybody aside the bosses and CEO's of many of these businesses. Personally I
don't think anybody should be forced to join a Union, but at the same time I don't think anybody should have the right to be singled out because
they joined a Union, which is what these laws seem to do.
Unionized workers make up what? A total of 7% of the workforce in America? Unions are a fraction of the influence they've had and they continue to
decline in influence dramatically, while income disparity continues to increase. What's going to happen once you weed out the final 7%? Seems like
nothing much good has come out of killing off the unions over the last few decades. Compare how well of folks were back in the 70's when Unions were
more prevalent as compared to today.
By the way, I'm not part of a Union myself, chose not to join one, but regardless, many of the Union folks I've met, Union leaders, seem to be down
to earth. People love to point towards the negative actions of Unions in the past, as if corporations and private business hasn't had a negative