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The 'Right to Work' movement that is sweeping the country should soon become law in the State of NJ. It will be signed by the Governor the second it hits his desk. Union members should not be bullied into these Democratic created union shops and have their money extorted under the threat of losing their job. Union officials are making more than private sector CEO's these days along with the staggering amount of assistants they hire. Most of these add-ons are family members.

The teachers unions have caused NJ teachers to produce some of the worst educational products in the nation. Every good teacher is held back from giving 100% by union regulations. The B.O.E. corruption in NJ must also be dealt with to fix the problem. The Fire unions have even gone so far as to declare themselves "professional" individuals when in reality, in my opinion, they are uneducated brutes and bullies with a poor work ethic who have created a false sense in this country that their basic no work job requires brains. Humunculus beings that are all bark and no bite.

The Democrats profess their endless parade of pro-choice stances only when it benefits them. The 'Right to Work' is a pro-choice initiative so why are the Democratic ultra-high paid union officials releasing the union fighting hounds, literally as I saw on TV in Michigan, on innocent men, women, and seniors when all these folks did was voice their opinion. The working suckers being forced to pay by the union mafia need a voice in NJ NOW. Now people who differ on that opinion can threaten violence as has been done on this forum in the past.

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The 'Right to Work' movement that is sweeping the country should soon become law in the State of NJ. It will be signed by the Governor the second it hits his desk. Union members should not be bullied into these Democratic created union shops and have their money extorted under the threat of losing their job. Union officials are making more than private sector CEO's these days along with the staggering amount of assistants they hire. Most of these add-ons are family members.

The teachers unions have caused NJ teachers to produce some of the worst educational products in the nation. Every good teacher is held back from giving 100% by union regulations. The B.O.E. corruption in NJ must also be dealt with to fix the problem. The Fire unions have even gone so far as to declare themselves "professional" individuals when in reality, in my opinion, they are uneducated brutes and bullies with a poor work ethic who have created a false sense in this country that their basic no work job requires brains. Humunculus beings that are all bark and no bite.

The Democrats profess their endless parade of pro-choice stances only when it benefits them. The 'Right to Work' is a pro-choice initiative so why are the Democratic ultra-high paid union officials releasing the union fighting hounds, literally as I saw on TV in Michigan, on innocent men, women, and seniors when all these folks did was voice their opinion. The working suckers being forced to pay by the union mafia need a voice in NJ NOW. Now people who differ on that opinion can threaten violence as has been done on this forum in the past.

Barney is today calling himself Mr. Inside. This boy is just so slick.

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The 'Right to Work' movement that is sweeping the country should soon become law in the State of NJ. It will be signed by the Governor the second it hits his desk. Union members should not be bullied into these Democratic created union shops and have their money extorted under the threat of losing their job. Union officials are making more than private sector CEO's these days along with the staggering amount of assistants they hire. Most of these add-ons are family members.

The teachers unions have caused NJ teachers to produce some of the worst educational products in the nation. Every good teacher is held back from giving 100% by union regulations. The B.O.E. corruption in NJ must also be dealt with to fix the problem. The Fire unions have even gone so far as to declare themselves "professional" individuals when in reality, in my opinion, they are uneducated brutes and bullies with a poor work ethic who have created a false sense in this country that their basic no work job requires brains. Humunculus beings that are all bark and no bite.

The Democrats profess their endless parade of pro-choice stances only when it benefits them. The 'Right to Work' is a pro-choice initiative so why are the Democratic ultra-high paid union officials releasing the union fighting hounds, literally as I saw on TV in Michigan, on innocent men, women, and seniors when all these folks did was voice their opinion. The working suckers being forced to pay by the union mafia need a voice in NJ NOW. Now people who differ on that opinion can threaten violence as has been done on this forum in the past.

You are so right. Paying union dues does not do anything for the union member other than paying for the union's top brass getting fatter and making the membership do all the dirty work. Unions had a purpose back in the thirties but have gone too far. Even back in the thirties, they were run by underworld factions--Communists, Socialists, and people looking to make a fast buck on the backs of the union masses. Union Made was the cry but today, Union Made is rarely seen and, if seen, the products are not as good as they were in years past.

When you see the Chinese and the Japanese joining the American Unions, then you might want to check things out. I am guessing that you and I will never see that happen.

Agency Shop is the term used by the teachers union in NJ--what a bag of crap that is and the teachers fall for it. The NEA and the NJEA do not care about teachers--after hearing about the negotiations for the teachers in Kearny, I can tell you that the NJEA Rep. just wanted to end the negations and get out of town. Did he do the best for the teachers? NO, but the dues were paid each month and that was all that counted.

Good Luck to the union members--time to tell the leadership of your units to take a hike and get a real job where they have to work and not sit on their butts and collect their pay for doing nothing.

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The 'Right to Work' movement that is sweeping the country should soon become law in the State of NJ. It will be signed by the Governor the second it hits his desk. Union members should not be bullied into these Democratic created union shops and have their money extorted under the threat of losing their job. Union officials are making more than private sector CEO's these days along with the staggering amount of assistants they hire. Most of these add-ons are family members.

The teachers unions have caused NJ teachers to produce some of the worst educational products in the nation. Every good teacher is held back from giving 100% by union regulations. The B.O.E. corruption in NJ must also be dealt with to fix the problem. The Fire unions have even gone so far as to declare themselves "professional" individuals when in reality, in my opinion, they are uneducated brutes and bullies with a poor work ethic who have created a false sense in this country that their basic no work job requires brains. Humunculus beings that are all bark and no bite.

The Democrats profess their endless parade of pro-choice stances only when it benefits them. The 'Right to Work' is a pro-choice initiative so why are the Democratic ultra-high paid union officials releasing the union fighting hounds, literally as I saw on TV in Michigan, on innocent men, women, and seniors when all these folks did was voice their opinion. The working suckers being forced to pay by the union mafia need a voice in NJ NOW. Now people who differ on that opinion can threaten violence as has been done on this forum in the past.

You don't know what you're talking about. The NJ legislature is not about to pass a "right to work for less money and have your wages dictated by your employer" law. Apparently you haven't noticed that the middle class has been shrinking these past 30-35 years, as labor's influence has diminished. Part of this is due to the global economy but part of it is due to people like you who cannot see the forest for the trees. Without strong unions, workers are paid lower wages. That is a fact. So anyone in an industry that can unionize is short-sighted to complain about being charged union dues. People in strong unions more than make up for their union dues in higher wages.

Your argument about choice is not well-taken. The right to make a medical decision - the context in which the term "pro-choice" arose - is personal to each individual. That is not true of union dues, which must be paid by all members in order for there to be a strong union. It's the problem of the commons and the problem of the free rider. If you don't know what those are, follow the links. The existence or non-existence, and the strength, of a union is something that affects every worker in the industry. The workers' wages rise or fall together. Workers who benefit from the union shouldn't have the option not to pay dues to the union that benefits them. It's an imperfect solution in an imperfect world, and a unhappy choice except for all the other choices, which are worse.

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The 'Right to Work' movement that is sweeping the country should soon become law in the State of NJ. It will be signed by the Governor the second it hits his desk. Union members should not be bullied into these Democratic created union shops and have their money extorted under the threat of losing their job. Union officials are making more than private sector CEO's these days along with the staggering amount of assistants they hire. Most of these add-ons are family members. The teachers unions have caused NJ teachers to produce some of the worst educational products in the nation. Every good teacher is held back from giving 100% by union regulations. The B.O.E. corruption in NJ must also be dealt with to fix the problem. The Fire unions have even gone so far as to declare themselves "professional" individuals when in reality, in my opinion, they are uneducated brutes and bullies with a poor work ethic who have created a false sense in this country that their basic no work job requires brains. Humunculus beings that are all bark and no bite. The Democrats profess their endless parade of pro-choice stances only when it benefits them. The 'Right to Work' is a pro-choice initiative so why are the Democratic ultra-high paid union officials releasing the union fighting hounds, literally as I saw on TV in Michigan, on innocent men, women, and seniors when all these folks did was voice their opinion. The working suckers being forced to pay by the union mafia need a voice in NJ NOW. Now people who differ on that opinion can threaten violence as has been done on this forum in the past.
Blah Blah Blah Blah!!! If you are going to use large words like homunculus learn how to spell them correctly, LITTLE MAN. HA HA HA HA!!!! MORON
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The only thing you got out of that was a spelling mistake. The only reason you knew it was a mistake was because you had to look up the word to see what it meant. Put that G.E.D. to better use and research how over twenty states have already passed the right to work law and why it is already in the Governors heart and mind. That's only my thoughts, but I believe he's all over that subject and the Dems won't even put up a fight.

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Blah Blah Blah Blah!!! If you are going to use large words like homunculus learn how to spell them correctly, LITTLE MAN. HA HA HA HA!!!! MORON

Barney likes to use big words, it makes him feel smart. not like the wannabe firefighter he can never become.

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You don't know what you're talking about. The NJ legislature is not about to pass a "right to work for less money and have your wages dictated by your employer" law. Apparently you haven't noticed that the middle class has been shrinking these past 30-35 years, as labor's influence has diminished. Part of this is due to the global economy but part of it is due to people like you who cannot see the forest for the trees. Without strong unions, workers are paid lower wages. That is a fact. So anyone in an industry that can unionize is short-sighted to complain about being charged union dues. People in strong unions more than make up for their union dues in higher wages.

Your argument about choice is not well-taken. The right to make a medical decision - the context in which the term "pro-choice" arose - is personal to each individual. That is not true of union dues, which must be paid by all members in order for there to be a strong union. It's the problem of the commons and the problem of the free rider. If you don't know what those are, follow the links. The existence or non-existence, and the strength, of a union is something that affects every worker in the industry. The workers' wages rise or fall together. Workers who benefit from the union shouldn't have the option not to pay dues to the union that benefits them. It's an imperfect solution in an imperfect world, and a unhappy choice except for all the other choices, which are worse.

Sounds like you are afraid to go out on your own and get paid for a job well done. Being a union member makes you just like the guy next to you--if he is a goof off and is getting paid the same as you, then why should you show any effort to do a better job--you are going to get the same pay, so shut up and work with a minimum of effort. The union will protect you so just show up and get paid--the new American work ethic. Maybe that is why your union reps and big wigs are getting paid for doing nothing--just like you. Working on your own is not a free rider, it is someone with the ambition to do a great job and get paid accordingly.

If you think you are not worth more than your fellow union member then you are in the right place. If you think you are able to do a better job, why not show that you can. Oh yea, the union will call you in and say that you trying to show everyone up--slow down--this job is supposed to take a certain amount of time--don't do any more or you will be a scab.

If your wages go down will the union lower your dues?

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Sounds like you are afraid to go out on your own and get paid for a job well done. Being a union member makes you just like the guy next to you--if he is a goof off and is getting paid the same as you, then why should you show any effort to do a better job--you are going to get the same pay, so shut up and work with a minimum of effort. The union will protect you so just show up and get paid--the new American work ethic. Maybe that is why your union reps and big wigs are getting paid for doing nothing--just like you. Working on your own is not a free rider, it is someone with the ambition to do a great job and get paid accordingly.

If you think you are not worth more than your fellow union member then you are in the right place. If you think you are able to do a better job, why not show that you can. Oh yea, the union will call you in and say that you trying to show everyone up--slow down--this job is supposed to take a certain amount of time--don't do any more or you will be a scab.

If your wages go down will the union lower your dues?

You don't know me. I work hard and make a lot of money - probably more than you do - and I'm not in a union. But I understand money and power, and the history of the abuse of workers. Can the rhetoric and study the history of labor movements. You'll see good and bad but if you have your eyes open and you're honest, you'll see the need for unions.

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The only thing you got out of that was a spelling mistake. The only reason you knew it was a mistake was because you had to look up the word to see what it meant. Put that G.E.D. to better use and research how over twenty states have already passed the right to work law and why it is already in the Governors heart and mind. That's only my thoughts, but I believe he's all over that subject and the Dems won't even put up a fight.
NOPE only thing that had any merit saying! If you're going to talk about people, GED's & what not, then you better not use large words & misspell them! People come on here & spew their silly BS without repercussion & I'm here to rebut with the TRUTH! & the TRUTH is you're losing, don't be angry just GO AWAY!
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