I am glad you think it's a nice opinion.<quoted text> That's a nice opinion but you're wrong.
Eighty years ago, or more, unions provided workers with much needed rights. Especially coal miners and others who were subjected to horrible working conditions. And thanks to them we now have very strict labor laws and the option to sue an employer for any violation of such.
Thus my claim that they have served their purpose and outlived their usefulness.
The only purpose they serve today is to line pockets.
Would you care to explain why I am wrong?