Comment: I can see bad times from this

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I can see bad times from this

I can see bad times from this enforcement known as law. Present day isn't the time for this law. What is good for the present is what you said above: Remove government from the work/jobs scene, the employer-employee relationship.

Moving from one government made environment, the creation and maintenance of unions, to a new government made environment, the dissolution at least of the ability to fire someone wrongfully, at a time businesses are scrutinizing every penny trying to avert going out of business or being bought out, will come at the expense of the employee. Big time. I see this expense occurring in two ways.

One, because times are how they are, where there is very little free market, meaning that government permission is needed in almost every endeavor OR failing that permission the government attacks the individual for nonsense in his endeavor, this law allows union and especially nonunion companies to work their employees more than what is normal for one person. Not only will the employee be without recourse in his job for this exploitation, outside of his job -- in the market, which isn't free and is highly regulated -- he will have no recourse, that recourse being the ability for him to create, to do, to provide, for himself, whose economy name is the free market.

There is almost no free market for the populace. The only place where the market is free is on the down low, where work is anything but steady. The ability for self providence is greatly different now than it was 50 years ago and is more different the further back this evaluation goes. Atop the inability to self provide, an inability the government made, job availability is uncommon and the number of descent paying jobs are fading fast. The location of the government in relation to union jobs is behind the company so it, the company, can intimidate, threaten and get rid of employees easily, that is, make slaves out of people, the demoralization of people.

Second, societal problems. This dissolution will inject angst in union people, a somewhat large demographic, and while times get tougher, their angst will rise and meet the frustrations of non-union people without jobs, creating a (concocted) society approaching self destruction and clamor for external control.

Time are tough. Ahhhh. I don't know why Ron Paul and people of our ilk say it's a good time be a live. I could live without coercion and the (fabricated) degradation. Continue being yourself, fishy. Keep on going.

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