Skip to comments.The Right-to-Work Fight You Aren't Hearing About [in New Mexico]
Posted on 03/10/2015 2:38:55 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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When youve amassed 25 or 30 years with a company
But you said you were there “dozens of years”. That’s at least 24 years.
You are on the wrong forum if you are “against RTW.
Who is looking for sympathy? You’re on the wrong thread. I simply stated my experience with RTW in Florida. Did I attack you personally? But like a typical corporate socialist fascist you turn the discussion into a personal attack. Go find another website to attack other posters. I don’t want your sympathy. And never asked for it. What is wrong with your cognitive skill set?
And I’ll bet you believe in diversity. The person who is the liberal/tyrant/fascist is the person who fondly believes governments passing laws like RTW (which is the only function of government—besides income redistribution) can truly control human behavior. And don’t you dare call me a liberal. You can’t argue yourself out of a paper bag. You don’t even have the nerve to try. One more time. The only thing RTW does is to turn an employee with constitutional rights into a non-legal entity. Take your blinders off. Didn’t I just tell you the employer demanded I divest myself of my first amendment right to redress of grievances in a court of law as a condition of employment? How does that make me a liberal? And you argue for the employer’s rights to do these things? Shame on you.
Sorry to disappoint you. I’m not going anywhere. And don’t you think you’re a bit too old to be calling people scholyard names? Boy are the piranhas out tonight. Seems I’ve touched a nerve. It’s too bad you never learned how to argue a point of view instead of attacking the person holding it. Used to be that was the way a conservative recognized a liberal. The liberal would name-call and attack you personally. They would NEVER engage the point of view. That’s why liberalism is a mental disease. Sound familiar?
He's still at it.
I wondered too about that "mind set". I retired after 30+ years as a union member, Not a voluntary member either, nobody can tell me anything about unions that I don't already know.
Who could possibly object to RTW? If a union is good for you, go ahead, voluntarily join it. It's called freedom. Mandatory membership is tyranny.
If you are against RTW, as you said you were, you are against workers being free to choose whether to join a union or not and I repeat, you’re on the wrong forum.
You are not stable - off your meds. To make such an absurd statement, one has to assume that mandatory union membership is the natural state of nature. How foolish. How bass ackwards. It was governments who passed that disaster in the first place. You are no conservative. Period.
Yeah, his post 23 is ridiculous.
Yep, the nerve you touched is the nerve that gets irritated at pro union liberal activism. You outed yourself as a liberal. I don't like litmus test kind of thinking normally, but being against RTW is a pretty big indication that ones mental processor doesn't operate properly with regard to liberty.
So what’s your plan?
Sorry! but I think your whole basis of your argument is totally wrong and not base on law, logic, or basic principles of capitalism. You are speaking for yourself but you wish to force me into a union, which I do not wish to join. Right to work does not mean you cannot have a union, it means that all employees are not REQUIRED to join. So form a union with your like minded fellow workers.
Also it is illegal and has been since the 1930 to try and force people to sign away any of their legal rights. Can’t do it and if tried not enforceable.
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