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Pssst Mr. Cain, Come Here, I Want To Talk To You About Unions

As one of your most ardent and original supporters, I was supporting you sir, when you were “considering” running for President of the United States of America. Now I am extremely unhappy. The pathetic attack on you by the left and media wing of the Democrat Party by those lying women, (yes, they are liars), did not throw me off my support for you. However, we have reached an impasse, and I am saddened by it. You see, I am a simple woman, I don’t require much from those I support, only that conservatism is a must, along with common sense. I don’t engage anyone left of center, period, and that includes unions, specifically local, state and federal unions. You see, Mr. Cain, I personally do not believe that they have a Constitutional right to unionize and collectively bargain against We The People, you apparently do Shameful. I have actually written about, and am hoping that each State that is not a right to work State, that the people will get a measure on the ballot allowing for the removal of the “workers” of that State to unionize There Is No Right To Unionize Against We The People, None.

To think that anyone right of center would think that collective bargaining is something that any government employee should have is absolutely off the rails. When I was growing up, as I am sure is the same for you, the ability to get a local, state or federal job was wonderful for two reasons: the benefits and job stability, it absolutely was not for the pay, because Mr. Cain, those jobs did not and were not supposed to pay twice the amount of a comparable private sector job. The reason, as I am sure you know, is because the private sector job was paying the salary of the “worker” in the government job. It is disgusting that today those “workers” enjoy Unprecedented salaries and what they pay for their own healthcare is criminal. My husband, and myself pay almost $1000.00 a month for our healthcare for ourselves and our children, while unions “workers” pay nil, or close to nil and riot when you tell them they must pay more. I had hoped to get a Republican President who would do what John F Kennedy did with his pen except in reverse, that is to remove the made up right of federal “workers” to unionize.

I had hoped, that you as a conservative would recognize what we all recognize, that unionization is one big slush fund for the Democrats. I actually have no problem with unions who bargain against private companies, but a local, state or federal job is a treat, not a means to get rich, it never was and it never should have been. I take this extremely seriously – this could be the break in support from me, because honestly, if we do not stop the march of the unions, this Country will never get back on its footing. Most of us are aware that the unions are literally being run by Marxists/Communists/Statists and it’s time, sir, to end their reign of terror on We The People.

Footnote: I use “worker” in quotes because it is the lexicon used by communists for employees. I have never been a “worker” and will never be one.

JadedByPolitics
Whoever has his enemy at his mercy & does not destroy him is his own enemy

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  1. It was a convoluted question he answered in which the reported mis-characterized the facts on federal employee rights. Cain attended several rallies in Wisconsin in support of scaling back that state’s collective bargaining rights. I’m confident that Cain would not seek to expand existing government employee rights.

    What I would like to know is if ANY GOP candidate has a proposal to end federal government unions? As far as I know, none have made such a proposal. In that event, the real issue is not Cain’s latest confused interchange in which the right questions aren’t asked which makes the “answers” quite equivocal; but rather, do we have any pure tea partiers that want to take FDR’s advice and rescind JFK’s Exec Order (and subsequent legislation) and phase out public employee unions.

    And this issue is really just a part of an even larger issue: Is any candidate willing to FIRE government employees other than through attrition?

    If anyone is, I suspect its Cain, bit to find out we would need competent journalists to question the candidates with follow-ups to clarify the fine points and so far, I have not been given credentials and air fare to do the job properly!

    So, we are stuck with incompetent lib reporters producing non sequiturs that are then jumped on by one or another candidate’s opponent as a gotcha moment.

    If none of the candidates HAS A PLAN (not just “favors”) to end public employee unions, then the gotcha is on all tea partiers/conservatives.

    • Well for me personally I have written about it, contacted campaigns about it and am serious about getting a movement (with us its so slow..LOL) to do something about it. I cannot stand these trip ups on such seemingly easy items. Cain was a Rush in Atlanta, he spoke on these issues as Rush does every day, he just needs to remember his conservative stands and STOP the pandering, it doesn’t work for him or anyone!

  2. Good post, Jaded.

    The democrats thrive when the people don’t know or understand what they are doing. The unionization (and plundering of the public treasury for their benefit) of the public employees is a travesty and should be opposed at every turn.

    I was very disappointed in Cain for not being able to elucidate that.

  1. It was a convoluted question he answered in which the reported mis-characterized the facts on federal employee rights. Cain attended several rallies in Wisconsin in support of scaling back that state’s collective bargaining rights. I’m confident that Cain would not seek to expand existing government employee rights.

    What I would like to know is if ANY GOP candidate has a proposal to end federal government unions? As far as I know, none have made such a proposal. In that event, the real issue is not Cain’s latest confused interchange in which the right questions aren’t asked which makes the “answers” quite equivocal; but rather, do we have any pure tea partiers that want to take FDR’s advice and rescind JFK’s Exec Order (and subsequent legislation) and phase out public employee unions.

    And this issue is really just a part of an even larger issue: Is any candidate willing to FIRE government employees other than through attrition?

    If anyone is, I suspect its Cain, bit to find out we would need competent journalists to question the candidates with follow-ups to clarify the fine points and so far, I have not been given credentials and air fare to do the job properly!

    So, we are stuck with incompetent lib reporters producing non sequiturs that are then jumped on by one or another candidate’s opponent as a gotcha moment.

    If none of the candidates HAS A PLAN (not just “favors”) to end public employee unions, then the gotcha is on all tea partiers/conservatives.

    • Well for me personally I have written about it, contacted campaigns about it and am serious about getting a movement (with us its so slow..LOL) to do something about it. I cannot stand these trip ups on such seemingly easy items. Cain was a Rush in Atlanta, he spoke on these issues as Rush does every day, he just needs to remember his conservative stands and STOP the pandering, it doesn’t work for him or anyone!

  2. Good post, Jaded.

    The democrats thrive when the people don’t know or understand what they are doing. The unionization (and plundering of the public treasury for their benefit) of the public employees is a travesty and should be opposed at every turn.

    I was very disappointed in Cain for not being able to elucidate that.

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