Big Labor Bullies – Video

Posted on Mon 06/14/2010 by


By Mark Mix

The Big Labor bosses are used to bullying people around.

As this video makes clear, union chiefs enjoy special privileges — bought and paid for by their forced-dues-backed political machine — that enables further bullying.

While every American taxpayer feels the pain they cause, especially in this time of crippling budget deficits, the worst victims are the rank-and-file workers who are forced to associate with unwanted unions against their will.

Every day, National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys assist workers victimized by compulsory unionism bullies.

Nurses threatened by power-hungry union tyrants for refusing to abandon their patients during a union-ordered strike.

Grocers tricked into signing dues deduction cards after union bosses lied that they had no choice.

Auto workers stunned when union bosses striving to “represent” them make wage and benefits concessions to receive company assistance during a coercive card check campaign.

It’s clear as day. Union bosses are bullies.

That’s why it’s heartening to see an elected official — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie — call it like it is.

It’s not about the teachers, Forced Unionism “Is About the Accumulation and Exercise of Raw Political Power”

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I encourage you to watch this video from a recent town hall meeting in which Gov. Christie points out what is obvious to Right to Work supporters across the country — that Big Labor’s forced-dues privileges are the key to their power.

As always, we couldn’t do it alone. Thank you for standing up with us to the Big Labor bullies.

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization providing free legal aid to employees whose human or civil rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses.  The Foundation, which can be contacted toll-free at 1-800-336-3600, is assisting thousands of employees in nearly 200 cases nationwide. Its web address is

Read the original article here by Nick Cote