Discussion in 'Politics' started by Lazarus745, Feb 21, 2016.
Don't throw in the towel already!
list of right to work states .what do they have in common ?
They're all better places to live than New Jersey?
Don't joke. They're already invading here.
Somehow I doubt that anybody is moving from Sedona, AZ to Anywhere, NJ.
I find it rather telling. Telling about just how entitled many folks feel. How dependent many people want to be on others. How many "victims" there are. Disgraceful.
No, people from New Jersey are invading where I am in South Carolina.
Well...not like you're in Texas now (heaven on earth) but...can you blame them?
Amazing how we just give up hard fought for gains for labor. Right to Work is right for your employer to do as they please.
We fear losing out on shitty jobs so much we let them abuse us.
I'm sorry for futures generations who will have to fight to gain it back.
This generation of citizens are a waste of air.
Send 'em to Texas.
Really? Good to know. I can pack my bags and move the corp to a right to work state. No more laws for me to follow. I can do whatever I please because Mags said so.
Wow! Haven't read you on here for QUITE some time! Welcome Home, My Man!!!!!
Just got out of the time out corner sometime this month. :)
First, those aren't YOUR Hard fought for rights. From reading your posts, You never fought anyone for anything except to be first to pick up your check from Uncle Sam.
Second, you always claim majority wins and win some elections. Right to Work STATES are majority votes of Legislatures in STATES. Don't like it, win an election, and propose a new law. Takes effort.... I know, it's easier to complain...
Yes we are!!! Wife I discuss it regularly.
i'll give you that one
Go to Florida. Magoo says it's nice.
Majority votes where the GOP continually redraw district lines in their favor?
Someone should send you back.
Every party has that in their history. And after the Wagner Act protected PRIVATE Unionzation, JFK gave PUBLIC unions the right to organize thru. Exec Order. Couldn't pass Congress. Exec Orders can be retracted with the stroke of a pen.