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Tag: Slave Mind
By JGillman, Section News
The Michigan Senate has an issue.
Perhaps a temper tantrum throwing majority leader issue.
As you all know, I support Right-To-Work. I not only support it, but have done what is in my power to advance it, guide it, and bring a level of freedom of association, liberty etc., back to the workplace in Michigan. Forced unionism has no place in a free land. it is antithetical to a country based on free will, a belief in the individual and responsibility.
Yet here we are having to perpetually remind our leadership that it is time to do a little soul searching with regard to labor relations. With contracts between free men, and agreeable partners. In fact I have opined/questioned in an email conversation recently:
"Under what obscene circumstances should I abrogate my liberty, my freedom of association, and pay a ransom for the privilege of applying my craft, or negotiating a trade arrangement with an agreeable employer?"For government to set the terms of my employment contract with another, it requires capitulation to an oppressive NLRB rule, one that somehow has made it through far too many seasons already.
It is wrong. It is immoral. It requires a "slave's mindset." And I will see it ended before I am through fighting it.
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