[Rushtalk] Asking A Compelling Question!

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Sun Dec 16 00:47:19 MST 2012


><http://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/61-state-issues/1684-right-to-work-if-unions-benefit-workers-why-must-they-compel-membership>Right 
>to Work: If Unions Benefit Workers, Why Must They Compel Membership?
>
><http://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/61-state-issues/1684-right-to-work-if-unions-benefit-workers-why-must-they-compel-membership>
>[]
>Violent union opposition to right-to-work laws in Michigan this week 
>triggered a simple question: If unions truly make life better for 
>employees, then why do they fear employee choice? Why must unwilling 
>employees be compelled into membership?
>
>It's sort of like the old Berlin Wall. For decades, and even today, 
>Marxists and Communists professed the superiority of their economic 
>and political system. But if that were true, if that system improved 
>the lives of people living under it, then why would they build walls 
>to prevent people from leaving under threat of execution?
>
>Read more
> 
><http://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/61-state-issues/1684-right-to-work-if-unions-benefit-workers-why-must-they-compel-membership>Read 
>more now.
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