I constantly sing the virtues of Ron to the masses. However his advocacy of open borders for willing employers/willing workers is deeply troubling.
The prospect of competing against 14 cent an hour Chinese labor imported under an open borders willing employer/worker philosophy should be rejected soundly by any Average Joe worker with a brain.
Why would any worker support that?
Do you understand that, when brought up, Average Joes will rightly reject this "Wage Slave" scenario?..... crickets
How do I argue for that? What am I missing?
who can get ua out of this financial crisis?
Policymakers who are ambitious to fight back against union power could benefit from a new tool that ranks each state in terms of how much political clout is exerted by organized labor at taxpayer expense.
In August, the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), in partnership with Crossroads GPS, launched the Big Labor vs. Taxpayers Index, which contrasts each state on the basis of specific criteria used to measure the influence of government unions. The index is available at CEI’s WorkplaceChoice.org site.
Full Report is below at the Pelican Institute
CALLING ALL RON PAUL SUPPORTERS!!!
WE NEED YOUR HELP ASAP!!!
PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Phone calls, etc.
South Carolina is first in the South for the Republican primary. So it is CRITICAL that we have HUGE numbers at these events!
If you live in SC, GA, NC, TN, FL or know someone who does, PLEASE ask them to make the trip to Columbia, SC this Monday, Sept 5th (Labor Day) to support Dr. Paul!
All of the details to these & other events are posted on the grassroots statewide meetup. If you want to stay informed of Ron Paul related activities throughout the state of South Carolina, please join our meetup asap. http://www.meetup.com/SCforRonPaul2012
We have a full day of events scheduled for Monday, Sept 5th (Labor Day):
Ron Paul Needs You & 1,499+ More Supporters In Columbia, SC On Labor Day - Sept 5th! This is as IMPORTANT as Ames!Submitted by nmlifestyles on Fri, 09/02/2011 - 10:39
Dear Daily Paul Readers, (PLEASE FORWARD TO YOUR GROUPS, FB & TWITTER PAGES ASAP! THANK YOU!!)
I’m writing you to personally invite you to join me at a Grassroots Rally in Columbia on Labor Day.
Can I count on you to be there?
You see, despite the best efforts of the Washington, D.C. political establishment and their allies in the national media, our message of liberty is resonating with the American people.
Today, national polls show me within striking distance of first place!
So this upcoming Labor Day is YOUR opportunity to show the strength of our movement in South Carolina.
You see, earlier on Labor Day, I will be a guest at a Presidential Forum from 3pm-5pm that Senator Jim DeMint will be hosting.
But instead of a normal debate, Senator DeMint will bring each candidate invited to the forum on stage for a 15-20 minute question and answer period.
As you can imagine, all eyes will be on Columbia that afternoon.
Monday, August 29, 2011 at 11:18 AM
In previous years, Republicans have worked the parade route, but this year they will not be allowed to take part. The parade is organized by local unions, which said Wisconsin Republicans "have openly attacked worker's rights."
Wisconsin politics — which hasn't been pretty of late — has made its way into a local Labor Day parade. The organizers of the Wausau Labor Day parade announced they would not let Republican lawmakers take part in the Sept. 5 display. The parade is organized by 30 local unions.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports: