There is no need for, nor should there ever have been such a thing as a local, state or federal union for employees of Americans. There is no right in the Constitution for some Americans to bargain with one political Party against We The People. Public sector unions basically created a slush fund for Democrats. We all know that We The People have taxes taken from our pockets, to pay for government union employees (I refuse to call them workers – it is a communist term), in turn, the union leaders take it right out of their pockets and it goes into the campaign coffers of the Democrats, who in turn pass laws to ensure that more dollars come out of our pockets to feed the slush fund. There is no mystery as to what occurs, when you see these unions and their bosses give over 96% to Democrats. I have called for it before and I am back at it again.
Unfortunately, even in Right to Work states there are still local and state government unions and so while we fight for the Right to Work, we must also fight to put DE-unionization on the ballot. Union employees are employees of ours, I think most Americans forget that, they also forget that the politicians who lard up 100K salaries and 40K in lavish benefits for more and more of these employees are our employees as well. We The People must take a stand to end this practice of stealing from one American to let another American live better then they do. It is the insanity of this that strikes me the hardest, because if the majority of Americans stopped and thought for one moment what was truly happening, they too would want this to stop. To even get a government job is a nice thing to achieve, but to be unable to fire someone who slacks off while others work harder because of affirmative action programs is the genie that must be bottled back up, because it is UN-American.
I know plenty of government employees, they are lovely people, but they deserve no more than I do when being considered for a job and they deserve no more consideration then I would in being considered for firing for poor job performance. So on this Labor Day of 2012, as we move into the process of returning our Country back to some type of sanity after 6 years of a Democrat onslaught on America, consider the ballot initiatives to take back your State from the unions who are killing it. I encourage blue State Americans to rush to get it on the ballot in 2012, because your States will be broke soon based off the promises made for this generation and the ones who preceded it, and you are broke. Our battle against the unions is being won, though slowly, hell they had to set up a Hug A Union Thug Booth, Outside The DNC. They think they are being cute by half but the truth is, if you have run into union members mobilized to take on those who pay them, they are indeed thugs.
They beat up on Wall Street and yet their pensions are parked at some of the biggest firms there are in the Country. If those pension funds fail, they will damn well expect you and me to fund their retirements, that begin early and last long, something again you and I do not get any benefit of Bain Capital’s Biggest Investors Are Unions and University Endowments
… Bain’s private-equity executives have enriched dozens of organizations and millions of individuals in the Democratic base — including some who scream most loudly for President Obama’s re-election.
Government-worker pension funds are the chief beneficiaries of Bain’s economic stewardship. New York-based Preqin uses public documents, news accounts and Freedom of Information requests to track private-equity holdings. Since 2000, Preqin reports, the following funds have entrusted some $1.56 billion to Bain:
* Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund ($2.2 million)
* Indiana Public Retirement System ($39.3 million)
* Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System ($177.1 million)
* The Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension System ($19.5 million)
* Maryland State Retirement and Pension System ($117.5 million)
* Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada ($20.3 million)
* State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio ($767.3 million)
* Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System ($231.5 million)
* Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island ($25 million)
* San Diego County Employees Retirement Association ($23.5 million)
* Teacher Retirement System of Texas ($122.5 million)
* Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System ($15 million)
There is no need for unions in the 21st century because the Congress has passed the laws necessary to protect employees, and if an employer fails to abide by these laws, they’re sued. What we have is a group of Americans who think they are better then the other 92% of us who don’t want them nor need them to unionize us. Unions are increasingly rejected when they try to unionize – employees know their checks will be hit up for union dues and they would rather have that money to feed their families.
So I call on all Americans of good will to get to work in their States to take them back from being unionized, whether it be local, or state or medical employees. It is for you to return your state and America, back to the land of the free, where everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed. The Founders did not intend for people to have lifetime “government” jobs, huge salaries and early retirements – all paid for by your LABOR!