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Damn, straight you do.
Right-to-work is moral. Forced unionization is immoral. Period.
And, once these morons and imbeciles are forced to voluntarily right out a check to the unions (or not) rather than having them confiscated directly and automatically from their pay checks, the overwhelming majority of them won’t. And then the unions go bye-bye. And with it, one of the largest sources of Democrat campaign contributions.
Via Ed Morrissey at The Week:
Workers should have the right to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining with their employers, if they so choose, but workers should not be forced into funding unions as a condition of employment. Unions at one point embodied reforms that transformed workplaces from exploitation to partnerships, and made great advances in worker safety, autonomy, and dignity. Unfortunately, they have in some ways become as intransigent, unaccountable, and as consumed by the pursuit of power as management of old. Perhaps a little reform will do them some good, too.
Damned straight, Ed.