Are you a member of a conspiracy?
Teamster union boss Jimmy Hoffa Jr. thinks you are — all because you believe in employee freedom.
“They introduced Right to Work in 14 different states simultaneously. Do you get the conspiracy?” Hoffa blustered to a crowd of Teamsters last week.
But poll after poll shows that nearly 80 percent of Americans support the Right to Work principle that no worker should be compelled to join or pay dues or “fees” to a union to get or keep a job.
Likewise, according to a recent scientific survey, four out of five union members support the Right to Work principle. And 72 percent of union members believe that union officials — like Hoffa — should be held more accountable to the rank-and-file.
On February 2, 2011, By NRTW Committee Staff
Right to Work laws do just that by allowing workers to “vote” with their wallets.
It’s no wonder that legislators introduced Right to Work laws in 14 states this year.
That’s why, so far, the National Right to Work Committee has collected over 1.1 million petitions on the Internet alone this year in favor of the National Right to Work Act.
Eight in 10 Americans. Well over a million petitions and counting.
That’s not a “conspiracy,” it’s a grassroots movement comprised of concerned citizens who want to end union bosses’ coercive power over American workers.
If you agree, help us grow the movement even further by forwarding this email to friends, family, and other like-minded citizens.
Ask your fellow con cerned citizens to read the message below from Senator Rand Paul and sign the National Right to Work Act petition today.
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I hope you’ll act today.
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