The good news is that Mitt Romney and U.S House candidate Gregg Imus are firmly on record against forced unionism.
Can our nation afford four more years of Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and a union puppet National Labor Relations Board bent on expanding Big Labor’s forced dues power?
Big Labor clearly understands the stakes in this watershed election. The union bosses are funneling over one BILLION dollars into the campaigns of their handpicked candidates.
What you do today could make the difference between Big Labor control over the White House and Congress.
That’s why, with the critical November 6 General Election fast approaching, it’s more vital than ever you know where all of your candidates stand on the forced-unionism issue.
Today, I’m pleased to report to you that Republican Gregg Imus supports enactment of a National Right to Work law which would repeal the current federal authorization for forced union dues.
He also opposes monopoly union power over government workers and supports the Freedom From Union Violence Act, which would close the loophole in federal law which exempts union bosses from federal prosecution for acts of violence committed in the so-called “pursuit of legitimate union objectives.”
But, I have bad news, too.
Republican candidate Paul Cook has refused to return his survey.
This is very disturbing to say the least.
Whenever politicians try to hide their positions on the Right to Work issue, it usually means they plan on voting with Big Labor if they ever get to Washington.
This should worry any opponent of forced unionism.
Clearly, the union bosses will stop at nothing to hold on to their power in Washington, including spending BILLIONS of dollars in the 2012 Election.
You see, no matter what happens to their ally, President Barack Obama, in 2012 the union bosses are determined to install candidates they believe will give them enough votes in Congress to safeguard the special privileges they’ve gained in the past four years.
The fact is, Paul Cook’s apparent attempt to duck the forced unionism issue cannot be tolerated.
Now, when he’s seeking your vote, is the time to demand Paul Cook pledge to oppose compulsory unionism immediately.
You and I already know what Harry Reid and Barack Obama have done to our country by pushing Big Labor’s forced-unionism agenda:
*** Bailouts of the auto industry which only the union bosses won — special exemptions for the union bosses in the healthcare law, and a union-friendly National Labor Relations Board have been the norm;
*** The American economy plummeting to new lows — with millions of American workers unable to get a job, forced unionism has made it more difficult for the economy to bounce back;
*** Government sector union bosses running state after state into the ground, and instead of shouldering cuts or taking blame for the problems, they have incited strikes, slowdowns, and workplace unrest.
Clearly, the stakes for this election couldn’t be higher.
Will your next U.S. Representative help us begin to reverse four years of damage and decline, or spend their entire term in office trying to indulge the union bosses’ every whim?
That’s why it’s more important than ever that all of your candidates for Congress go on record AGAINST Big Labor’s forced-dues agenda.
You and I both know we all pay a high price for forced unionism:
*** Millions of workers are forced to surrender billions of dollars each year to keep their jobs. This cash funds violent “organizing” drives and a limousine lifestyle for union bigwigs;
*** Big Labor’s power is deadly to millions of small businesses. Pro-forced-unionism politicians and Obama-stacked bureaucracies are strangling small businesses with confiscatory taxes, destructive laws, and straitjacket regulations;
*** Wasteful work rules, job featherbedding, slowdowns, “sick-outs,” strikes, and the union-label, hate-the-boss mentality have all taken their crippling toll, driving millions of jobs overseas or out of existence;
*** Then to rub salt in the wound, so-called Project Labor Agreements and other special union privileges guarantee that tens of thousands of the jobs that are left get earmarked for 7% of the workforce within Big Labor’s empire — freezing out everybody else.
Without a Pro-Right to Work majority in Congress, I’m afraid there’s not much hope of turning things around.
That’s why it’s vital you give Paul Cook a piece of your mind TODAY. Demand he return his Candidate Survey, pledging to oppose forced unionism.
But with Election Day fast approaching, there isn’t a moment to waste.
Please, click here to submit your Electronic Message to Paul Cook right away.
And after you do, I hope you’ll chip in with a contribution of $10 or more to help pay for the Right to Work Candidate Survey Program.
With so much at stake this year, we’re really stretching our budget to put the heat on the candidates and keep opponents of forced unionism informed.
So, if you can chip in to help us get the truth out, I’d really appreciate it.
Whatever you can do will help.
But please, contact Paul Cook today. That’s most important.
P.S. One of your candidates for the U.S. House — Republican Paul Cook — has refused to tell you and me his position on the forced-unionism issue.
Politicians that want to hide their positions are all too often planning to vote with Big Labor if they make it to Washington.
It’s vital you put the heat on Paul Cook at once and insist he pledge 100% opposition to the union bosses’ radical agenda.
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