Never said they were you moron. I said TAXES are used for the salaries of politicians and through loopholes, we DO pay for lobbying.<quoted text>
No on is compelled to pay dues for such things as politics, lobbying and union organizing.
Yeah. So?But the Supreme Court ruled a worker could be compelled to pay only that portion of union dues and initiation fees used for collective bargaining, contract administration, and grievance procedures and still be considered in good standing in their place of employment.
This babble has NOTHING to do with the topic at hand OR anything that I said.@@ Your kind are good at TRYING to distract, but really BAD at actually distracting.However, the trouble is the wording in the contracts that allows the AFL-CIO to keep workers in the dark concerning misleading union security clauses. The workers must file individual cases with the NLRB and the courts to secure their rights.
In other words, it's more trouble than it's worth not to just pay the darn dues.