- n. Plural form of union.
“Doing away with the secret ballot to join unions is ridiculous.”
“But blaming the unions is the easiest way to pretend one knows what one is talking about.”
“Liberals change the laws to suit liberals and screw the hard working tax payer for the benefit of the non working dope smokers, ACORN and the unions Massachusetts, heavily in debt because of the liberals and the unions is a great example.”
“As far as I know, the aspect of the plan that troubles the unions is the proposal to treat health benefits as taxable income.”
“McConnel represents the non-union industries that have moved to Kentucky, so his animosity to unions is to be expected.”
“I'm not always a fan of corporate behavior either, but the notion that it's all tit-for-tat from the perspective of the unions is a whitewash.”
“Next above the unions is the legislative body formed as described; next the Senate, appointed for life as ours is, these two forming the parliament.”
“You label unions as greedy when you don't have the facts to back it up.”
“I'm very happy to be proved wrong and certainly not saying that uncommitted relationships and childless long-term unions can't succeed.”
“Moreover, for most private sector workers forming trade unions is extremely difficult and anti-union pressure from employers is frequent.”
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