Discover the realities of Maine SEIU & Forced Unionism

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Moving Forward
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Matt just raised a great

Matt just raised a great question, "And why the hell would a dues paying member want his or her money to be used for “services” benefiting folks who don’t help pay for said services?"

As Matt considers that question, I hope he also considers the HUGE amounts of cash and in-kind resources the unions/PACs like SEIU have been wasting on purely Far-Left political campaigns like protecting illegal immigrants in our country. The union bosses are using the members as financial and political puppets, but I guess people like Matt think that's OK... just like a few RINO politicians up in Augusta such as IMO Roger Katz, Matt Pouliot, Tom Saviello, Scott Cyrway, David Woodsom, Dana Dow, Tim Theriault, Kim Rosen, Jeff Pierce and Dick Campbell to name a few.

REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER.

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Matt

Matt
Yes the are not members perse but would be covered under an agreement with limitations.
The services like wage protection insurance are individual services not dependent on anyone else.

Matt how about outining your experience in a public sector union ?

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Bruce,

Bruce,

Experience is nada.

What does that matter? I’m writing as someone who would be pissed off if my dues benefitted free riders.

I’d also be pissed if my dues went to supporting the trump campaign, but that’s why there was an alternative fee for services structure.

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OK you would be pissed off.

OK you would be pissed off.
In that case direct your emotions too the legislature not unions they created the law in Maine.

Experience is nada. Like your opinion.
By the way Matt is like many others that would be pissed off until they were getting screwed by management and rapidly join and pay dues fro full services.

Economike
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If anyone were really upset

If anyone were really upset about being forced to support free riders, he'd be against non-union workers being forced to support a union.

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DEAR MATT

DEAR MATT

Matt: “Experience is nada. What does that matter? I’m writing as someone who would be pissed off if my dues benefitted free riders.”

So you are imagining what your experience would be like in that situation.

Because experience always matters since it is a basis of knowledge.

Matt: “And why the hell would a dues paying member want his or her money to be used for “services” benefiting folks who don’t help pay for said services?”

They wouldn’t.

Matt: “As I said, it’ll be fun to see how it shakes out.”

Pretty much like it has shaken out in the now former right-to-work states.

(I say former because now thanks to Janus all 50 states are right-to-work states).

Unions have always organized to do business in those states but only for their dues paying members.

Employees not in the union are treated as either at-will or civil service.

And employers can pay them differently depending upon the circumstances of market forces.

State and local governments there are no more burdened by increased legal costs than anywhere else.

So I don’t think that the Janus opinion really changes that much except ending forced dues.

The real fun will begin once government ends the contract bar rule.

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“For years, the Service

“For years, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has skimmed money off of Medicaid checks sent to in-home personal care workers. Many of these people care for relatives or friends and did not want to join a union.”
SHAME ON SEIU!

Thank you President Trump, as explained in the new article titled “Trump Moves to Protect Home Care Workers” and posted at http://seiumonitor.com/trump-moves-protect-home-care-workers/?utm_source...

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"So I don’t think that the

"So I don’t think that the Janus opinion really changes that much except ending forced dues."

Wasn't that the most important issue here in Maine ?

"The real fun will begin once government ends the contract bar rule."
Probably not going to happen since most gov. like having the union to blame,something the unions have willingly not minded.
Given the lousy management in most public sector jobs it is likely not to be done away with. Besides employees will stay just as indifferent anyway .
As we saw in Maine Gov. managed to appeal to the basic need, more pay, kill fair share and union also.
Rat Ron is sitting at his camp with a LePage voodoo doll as we speak I am sure. Remodeled by non union labor bythe way!

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THE WAR AIN'T OVER YET!

THE WAR AIN'T OVER YET!

B.L. said: "Wasn't that the most important issue here in Maine?"

For the moment then yes.

But it was just one battle in an ongoing war against all forms of anti-free market oligarchy.

B.L. said: "Remodeled by non union labor bythe way!"

Please explain and expound more on this apparent hypocrisy!

Bruce Libby
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He got his camp remodeled by

He got his camp remodeled by a group called Cabin Masters here in Maine. It was shown on the H&G network.

Bruce Libby
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He got his camp remodeled by

He got his camp remodeled by a group called Cabin Masters here in Maine. It was shown on the H&G network.

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With a little luck, those

With a little luck, those overly greedy folks at organizations like the Maine SEIU will eventually be held accountable for all of the wrongs they've done to so many good Maine workers...

Just The Beginning? SCOTUS Janus Ruling Could Cost Unions Big In Reimbursements

“If the plaintiffs are successful, the lawsuit could open the door to a potential flood of litigation demanding unions reimburse workers for the dues labor organizations have grabbed over the past four decades.”

FMI: http://www.maciverinstitute.com/2018/07/just-the-beginning-scotus-janus-...

IF YOU KNOW any current/former Maine state employees that were screwed by the Forced Unionism Fees, please tell them to contact the good people at NRTWLDF about the possibility of getting a refund. FMI on this Free Legal Assistance, see http://www.nrtw.org/free-legal-aid

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