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Day By Day September 29, 2010 – The Top

Day By Day by Chris Muir

Big Labor like the SEIU (Service Employees International Union) have struggled for decades with a declining membership base in private sector jobs. So, they have diversified, so to speak, by expanding into the public job sector e.g. teachers, police, fire and other public government employees. Big government for the unions means more members, more union dues being paid, more pension funds, etc. etc – you get the picture.

To assure themselves of an ever expanding member base, Big Labor support through their organizational efforts (campaign cash, volunteers to call and walk precincts) the election of politicians who support their ever expanding numbers of union dues paying members. A conflict of interest, you ask?

Survival of the fittest for them.

There is a major problem –  when the government has no more ability to exact money from the taxpayers. Who will then pay for the Hope and Change?

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