Unions are immoral. There are at least two reasons:
- When two parties enter into a voluntary contract without fraud, no third party has any right to void that contract.
- Violence is not an acceptable business practice, and violence is the only tool unions have.
This commercial, which the Union Thugs don’t want aired, sums up the violence they and their goons in congress want to do to both workers and employers.
Here’s an amazing story from Afghanistan, along with video. (Note: the squeamish may want to just read the story.)
Pfc. Channing Moss of the United States Army was serving in Afghanistan in March 2006 when disaster struck. His convoy was attacked by Taliban fighters with small arms and rocket propelled grenades. Moss, manning an MK 19 machine gun in the turret of his Humvee, was struck by an RPG — and survived.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
A lawyer in Florida filed a motion to force his rival to upgrade to newer shoes, on the grounds that his homely old hush puppies gave him an unfair advantage by projecting an air of unsophisticated honesty to the jury.
Speaking of lawyers, I had some fun recently with a class-action lawsuit notice that came in the mail. The lawyers wanted my permission to get information regarding certain transactions between me and my insurance company, pending the suit being named a class action. There were two forms, one to agree and one to object.
I filled out the objection form, naturally. Where it asked for reasons I wrote:
a) I expect all my transactions to be private. b) I am opposed to class action lawsuits in general. c) I think that trial lawyers are poo-poo heads.
I hope that has to get read aloud at some legal proceeding or another.