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'Open for business': Ind. House OKs right-to-work

There are 17 comments on the Athens Banner-Herald story from Jan 25, 2012, titled 'Open for business': Ind. House OKs right-to-work. In it, Athens Banner-Herald reports that:

Indiana's Republican-controlled House of Representatives cleared the way Wednesday to become the first right-to-work state in a traditionally union-heavy Rust Belt increasingly targeted by non-union foes.

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alternative med

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#1 Jan 25, 2012
da Coltea ;-0h, souper Ball XLVI ;-000
ZIAmouth585

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Jan 25, 2012
Good news. Now I wish my state, New Mexico would do the same.
Far Away

Anchorage, AK

#3 Jan 25, 2012
ZIAmouth585 wrote:
Good news. Now I wish my state, New Mexico would do the same.
I'm sure Eric Holder or the NLRB will be filing suit against Indiana any minute now, so you might want to hold off until after the election so you can have a shot at it without retribution from this administration.
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#4 Jan 25, 2012
Good step in the right direction
celticwarriors

Seminole, FL

#5 Jan 25, 2012
The right to work for less is for really stupid people.

Since: Sep 11

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#6 Jan 25, 2012
Thank God parts of America are becoming America again and not Greece. If only Karl Marx Obama would get out, patriotism might get back in.
alternative med

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#7 Jan 25, 2012
Bob Burns wrote:
Good step in the right direction
BB- how is yo tiger ball remedy med in china! ;-000h, tryin rhino horn yet? ;-000
alternative med

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#8 Jan 25, 2012
BandMaster wrote:
Thank God parts of America are becoming America again and not Greece. If only Karl Marx Obama would get out, patriotism might get back in.
go to yahoo.com Barrack Brewinskee partea at ASU! ;-0h, falow AZCentral news ;-0
alternative med

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#9 Jan 25, 2012
celticwarriors wrote:
The right to work for less is for really stupid people.
da right too work + de left two stopixy ;-000
S-N-A-F-U

Chandler, AZ

#10 Jan 26, 2012
8) Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.

American Communists, Socialists and Liberals have worked very hard to pass federal legislation to implement the goals of this Plank of Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto. So called "industrial armies" in modern parlance are known as Unions. The collection by "force" of Union Dues, from the employees who are subject to Forced Unionism, has been devastating to the political process in America. Every Union without exception supports left wing candidates with both money and man-power. As to the concept of equal pay for all workers regardless of skill or productivity, this plank of the communist manifesto has been implemented both in Union shops and via the minimum wage. But the minimum wage law violates the rights of private parties to contract without interference and is another example of the numerous ways that liberals have worked to implement Marxism in our nation.

http://www.greaterthings.com/Constitution/Ass...

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#11 Jan 26, 2012
celticwarriors wrote:
The right to work for less is for really stupid people.
it's a lot smarter than being forced to pay a union for the right to work...
ZIAmouth585

Albuquerque, NM

#12 Jan 26, 2012
BandMaster wrote:
Thank God parts of America are becoming America again and not Greece. If only Karl Marx Obama would get out, patriotism might get back in.
I personally am no fan of unions but Germany is a country where unions rule yet its in better financial condition than America. Unions in Germany work with management which is a big difference than America where its all about confrontation.

Germany is also a country with many social programs but like most European countries is a democracy. Karl Marx is not welcome (except by a few).

Doubt the NLRB can be involved given state voters made the decision.
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#13 Jan 26, 2012
alternative med wrote:
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BB- how is yo tiger ball remedy med in china! ;-000h, tryin rhino horn yet? ;-000
My tigers balls are remedying things just fine, thanks

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#14 Jan 27, 2012
ZIAmouth585 wrote:
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I personally am no fan of unions but Germany is a country where unions rule yet its in better financial condition than America. Unions in Germany work with management which is a big difference than America where its all about confrontation.
Germany is also a country with many social programs but like most European countries is a democracy. Karl Marx is not welcome (except by a few).
Doubt the NLRB can be involved given state voters made the decision.
Germnay is just the least ugly of the ugliest girls at the European ball. They are in a very precarious position as the rest of the socialists are failing miserably and they want the USA to bail Europe out so Germany doesn't have to, because they can't. If O-Bomb-Ya keeps steering us in the path that Spain has taken soon we will have 25+ unemployment lke them and Germany will lose it's bail-out buddy over here. O-Bomb-ya wants to crash the systems of free enterprise so one global government will form a strict police state ala Stalin. One can already see it happening. It's no secret.
discount med

Hanoi, Vietnam

#15 Jan 27, 2012
Bob Burns wrote:
<quoted text>My tigers balls are remedying things just fine, thanks
U r second too Dr. Bill_mr! NY had the humor goood work kids! ;-0h, hop you can improve yo Manduring accents..;)
ZIAmouth585

Albuquerque, NM

#16 Jan 27, 2012
BandMaster wrote:
<quoted text>Germnay is just the least ugly of the ugliest girls at the European ball. They are in a very precarious position as the rest of the socialists are failing miserably and they want the USA to bail Europe out so Germany doesn't have to, because they can't. If O-Bomb-Ya keeps steering us in the path that Spain has taken soon we will have 25+ unemployment lke them and Germany will lose it's bail-out buddy over here. O-Bomb-ya wants to crash the systems of free enterprise so one global government will form a strict police state ala Stalin. One can already see it happening. It's no secret.
You're an idiot to believe in conspiracy theories. Besides, the Constitution does not grant the office of president with sufficient power - power is in the hands of Congress.

Since: Sep 11

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#17 Jan 27, 2012
ZIAmouth585 wrote:
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You're an idiot to believe in conspiracy theories. Besides, the Constitution does not grant the office of president with sufficient power - power is in the hands of Congress.
What conspiracy? It's out in the open! Just listen to Van Jones. Conspiracy my ass. O-Bomb-ya sidesteps the congress and just said in his last speech that HE wants to handle things himself without congress more and more.. Didn't you hear that? Are you deaf? It's happening before our eyes. The progressives brag about it. It's no secret. Conspiracy my balls. Wake the fuck up already.

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