Union Violence and Intimidation

If a picture is worth a thousand words then the pictures below is worth billions and billions of writing. I’ll say it again; I do not want my tax money poured into organized labor. It’s really no different from organized crime. President Kennedy had no right to make public unions legal. It was an epic failure that brought organized crime like tactics to not only politics, but each and every one of the lives of Americans.

I have always felt this way. It’s not due to some conservative conspiracy. It’s simply recognizing that our public systems are broken in a fundamental way, and the source of that break is in the creation of the entitlement culture. So I’m going to take you on a journey of union arrogance, violence and political manipulation, which costs each and every person reading this very dearly.

Let’s begin with Reed Larson from 1997, over a decade ago. American society knew we had a problem then, and nothing changed. We have the same issues now, as we did then. So listen to Mr. Larson.


Now, do you think Reed is speaking out of turn? Well, listen Bob Chanin from 2009. After 41 years as the nation’s top education lawyer, Chanin closes his last Representative Assembly as general counsel with a stirring address to more than 8,000 delegates. Who wants to pay for this kind of “power?” I don’t.

The problem is, these people tend to be radical and on the left side of our political spectrum. If there was more of a balance of all political types, it would have more merit, and justification. But what happens is many of the union members adopt left winged policies in trade for the financial security the unions provide.

And this is how unions bring people under their ranks and ensure that everyone toes the line.










Here is a non-union truck driver trying to deliver his load to a union construction site. It’s a little long, but worth watching because it shows why businesses would rather do business with Right to Work States. Look how unproductive this activity is.







And when it’s thought that this is all a right winged conspiracy, it’s not. If a guy like Jeff Smith was running in my district, I’d vote for him even though he’s a democrat. I admire Jeff, not because of this speech, but because he’s a very hard worker and wants to be in politics for all the right reasons.



If you are a union member and are giving money to these organizations, you should be ashamed of yourself. I’d advise you to take action now and remove yourself from the situation. For those of you that are not a part of a union, or are like me, that have chose to not give money to unions or participate in them because of their tyrannical behavior on American Society then pass this link to a friend.

Left leaning citizens are always quick to protest the destruction of whales, or deforestation. They’ll protest drilling for oil in Alaska, or the rights of the gay population. But who’s protesting the thuggish influence workers unions have on state and national economies? Who!

Nobody.


That’s why these people feel they can do what they’re doing in Wisconsin, and Ohio where law makers are doing what a majority of the people who think with reason know needs to be done. This is how unions respond.

Rich Hoffman
https://overmanwarrior.wordpress.com/2010/12/04/ten-rules-to-live-by/
http://twitter.com/#!/overmanwarrior
www.overmanwarrior.com

22 thoughts on “Union Violence and Intimidation

  1. Thank you for all of your research on this issue. It is sad to think we entrust our children to these people. Our children are simply pawns in the scheme of their demands.

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