Then would "sheep" agree that school teachers who pay required union dues for union membership can also designate that their donation go to any political candidate, PAC, etc. of the individual teacher's choosing?<quoted text>
Sorry, read the ethics laws. Benfitting financially based on your elected position, no matter where the payments might come from, is more than likely an ethics violation.
And again, read the ethics laws - teachers, employees of governments, businesses, etc., are permitted to donate their money to any political candidate, PAC, etc., of their choosing. It is protected "speech" under the 1st Amendment last time I checked.
If so, then why are so many of our wonderful Springboro teachers complaining around town that the "collective" union bosses donate their money to the "political candidate, PAC, etc., of the union bosses' choosing? Isn't that unethical and a violation of protected "speech" under the lst Amendment?