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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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tim aka The Godless Heathen

"When it comes to America’s Top States for Business 2011, when it comes to a quality workforce, 18 out of the top 20 states are Right-to-Work states. Moreover, all 22 Right-to-Work states are in the top 25 states for having the best workforces."

http://www.redstate.com/laborunionreport/2011/06/30/best-workforces-are-in-right-to-work-states-survey-finds/


"Surprise, surprise, the top ten states with the highest tax burden on individual taxpayers are all forced union states. The northeast seems to take the cake in this area – New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Vermont all top the list. Interesting they are all heavily wrapped in a huge number of public sector union members. The top 10 states with the lowest taxes are Right-to-Work states with the exception of Alaska and New Hampshire, clearly two anomalies when comparing them to the eight other states that make the list (Note: Neither have individual payroll income taxes and Alaska receives the most federal subsidies of any state in the union)."

http://drscoundrels.com/2011/03/04/top-10-states-with-highest-tax-rates-are-forced-union-states/

Shifty1

Did no one else catch the comedic gem in the Crowder video? The short, squat, angry little man in the AT&T watch cap trying to explain what it is about right-to-work laws that he doesn’t like has a Freudian slip when he says:

“Its the freedom to freeload. They can suck all of the PARASITICAL benefits of the…”

Thanks for admitting that those benefits you and your comrades inist upon suck the life out of a company! Heh! Asshat!


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