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Rand Paul: Sign the petition Obama fears-National Right to Work Act

Dear Concerned American,
They snickered when I said I came to the U.S. Senate to change Congress. But their laughter stopped when I sponsored the National Right to Work Act to free U.S. workers from forced unionization and break Big Labor’s multi-billion dollar political machine forever. President Barack Obama and Big Labor allies in the Senate are now feverishly scheming to bury the National Right to Work Act without a vote. So I have a question for you. Will you be my sledgehammer? Your signature on the petition to your Congressman and Senators is what is needed to bust through the opposition and force a vote on the National Right to Work Act. That’s why it’s crucial you sign the petitions today. This is an opportunity you and I cannot afford to miss. As you know, the right to decide freely whether or not to join a union was taken away from American workers by Congress almost 75 years ago. A result of back-room deals between union bosses and their tax-and-spend Congressional puppets, compulsory unionism provisions in federal law currently empower union officials to:

>>>Force nearly 11 million Americans to pay tribute to a union boss to get or keep a job …

>>>Brazenly loot union treasuries to fund the election of their hand-picked political puppet candidates like Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid …

>>>Terrorize workers and communities with violent strikes — where they get away with beatings, arson — even murder.

The National Right to Work Act strikes at the foundations of the union bosses’ power.

And here’s the thing — the National Right to Work Act is wildly popular with American voters.

In fact, for years polls have shown nearly 80% of Americans think it should be against the law to force workers to pay money to union bosses just to get or keep a job.

All you and I have to do is force an up-or-down roll call vote on the National Right to Work Act … And the American people will do the rest.

Many Democrats and more than a few Republicans elected with Big Labor’s over $1 billion in forced-dues political cash cower in fear of casting a vote against the National Right to Work Act.

What will they do when forced to vote?

It’s a win-win situation — either they pass the National Right to Work Act and free American workers or they pay in 2012.

It will be a marathon battle.

But I will not flinch in the face of opposition and insider attacks.

I believe, with your help, this is a fight we will win.

And I know it’s a fight worth fighting.

You see, the union bosses fear a vote on the National Right to Work Act more than just about anything else.

They know it’s a losing proposition for them whether the bill passes or not.

The fact is for decades union officials have schemed to seize billions of dollars from their “members” and then used it to elect their candidates to protect these privileges.

This is how Washington — from Jimmy Carter to Ted Kennedy to Bill Clinton to Nancy Pelosi to Barack Obama — got to be what it is today.

The National Right to Work Act will turn this entrenched, corrupt Washington order on its head.

Every year Big Labor siphons over $8 BILLION from workers’ paychecks; mostly from workers who, if they refused to pay, would be fired from their jobs.

Union bosses take this eye-popping heap of dough to feed a lifestyle of limousines, penthouses and raw political power.

And, my friend, Big Labor’s political corruption costs all of us:

*Hundreds of billions of dollars in bailouts and bloated government spending suck the life out of our economy, rewarding failed businesses like GM and letting union-boss featherbedding and rigged contracts rocket the cost of schools, hospitals and roads through the roof.

*Millions more good-paying jobs destroyed or driven overseas as union czars cripple America’s bedrock industries with wasteful work rules, hate-the-boss propaganda and violent strikes.

*You and all Americans robbed of your wealth as the economy stays in recession and the price of cars, gasoline and groceries climbs upwards.

*Small businesses strangled with red tape and bureaucracy designed by greedy union flunkies to kill companies too small for so-called union “organizing.”

That’s why it’s crucial you sign the petitions today and, if possible, make a generous contribution to the National Right to Work Committee.

It’s clear that if the Committee is to rally the 80% of Americans who support this bill they will need your financial support.

The National Right to Work Committee isn’t some Johnny-come-lately organization. They’ve been on the front lines opposing Big Labor for over fifty years.

The National Right to Work Committee is spearheading the effort to rally the American people, just as I am leading the fight here in the Senate.

Without your support for the National Right to Work Committee, we have little chance against Big Labor’s money and power in Congress.

That’s why I ask you to submit your signed petition, along with the most generous contribution you can afford to the National Right to Work Committee.

In order to pass the National Right to Work Act, the National Right to Work Committee has drawn up an aggressive plan of action:

***Mobilize up to 14 million Americans to stand up for freedom by signing petitions like the one I link to in this email. Only when politicians feel the heat of the people, will they see the light of truth. That’s what I meant when I asked you to be my sledgehammer.

***Place full-page newspaper ads and launch intense internet campaigns coast to coast, reminding the American people what Big Labor’s power costs all of us in out-of-control government spending, sky-high taxes, a seemingly endless recession, lost jobs and rising prices.

***Inform favorable columnists, talk show hosts and editorial writers nationwide to help mobilize public opinion.

***Run TV and radio ads targeting, if funding permits, wavering Congressmen and Senators in the days leading up to key committee and floor votes.

Without your financial support, this program will not be possible.

And without this program Big Labor will stop the National Right to Work Act in Congress.

It’s that simple.

Every dollar the National Right to Work Committee receives comes from Americans like you — working folks, shopkeepers, business owners, retirees, farmers, engineers, delivery drivers, homemakers, grandmothers and grandfathers. Not one penny of their funding comes from government.

Some friends have already given as much as $1000 or $500 to help this campaign get going. A special few have given even more.

Many others have sacrificially given $100, $50 or even just $25 — whatever they could afford.

I do not know what you can afford to give today, but this is too important not to ask … and I hope too important for you not to contribute.

After you sign your petition, will you please chip in with a generous contribution of $25, $50, $100 or even $500 or more to the National Right to Work Committee?

I know we can never hope to match Big Labor dollar-for-dollar. But we don’t need to.

The American people overwhelmingly stand with you and me.

But the National Right to Work Committee must have the finances to reach out to the people and mobilize them in support of the National Right to Work Act. That’s what it will take to beat Big Labor.

Your contribution of $50, $100 or $500 (or at least $25 or $35) along with your signed petition are key to our campaign.

Please do not delay signing the petition or think someone else will carry the load. I count on your support.

Sincerely,

Rand Paul, M.D.
U.S. Senator

PS.Tea Party revolts and the election of real outsiders ready to shake up Congress means you and I have an historic opportunity to break the cycle of tax-and-spend, political corruption and out of control budgets caused by Big Labor’s compulsory union power.

But we must strike now to make Congressmen and Senators choose between standing with the 80% of Americans who oppose forced unionism and Big Labor’s multi-billion dollar political machine. It will be an epic, historic battle and your support is critical.

Please sign the petition to your Congressman and Senators and make your most generous contribution of $500 or $100 — or at least $50 or $25 — whatever you can afford today.

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42 responses to “Rand Paul: Sign the petition Obama fears-National Right to Work Act”

  1. Russell Shartzer

    Break them up. These people worry about monopolies in the market place. What about monopolies in the job sector, education, and govt positions where money is completely wasted. No job should be safe for bad workers/ performers.

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  5. William Roberts

    What kind of drugs you people on ? Anything that will alter ones perception of reality, that much, has gotta be good…
    Wm Roberts

  6. Mary Ann

    This is a comment I read earlier and it translates the truth about this right to work petition and why Mr. Paul would back something like this trash!

    “Right to work” is a misnomer. The “right to work” does not actually apply to you as the employee. It applies to the employer, and would be better-termed as “right to cheap and uninvested labor.” A state with a right-to-work actually strips you, the employee, of any ability to bargain with your employer. It strips you of any ability to appeal a termination. It strips you of any ability to complain or appeal if your wages or hours are cut, or your workload increased. If you sign on with the understanding you have a benefits package or – glory be! – retirement options – your employer can, under right to work laws, choose to not deliver, and there’s nothing you can do about it, because you have no bargaining power, and have made the “choice” to live in a state where you actually have no right to employment at all. ”

    If any of you believe this isn’t the truth, why don’t you find out what it was like before Unions ever existed. We know whose pocketbook Mr. Paul is receiving his funds from. At least tell the truth what side you are really on, Rand!!!

  7. Dennis Perrigoue

    I would venture to guess that both sides of these parties will not have the guts to suggest a national debate on right to work. The best thing we can do to attract new industry is to have the right to work which will stimulate our economy with no cost to the tax payer! Look at the new major manufactures –they have located in right to work states–Toyota/Tennesee and Texas–Nissan/Mississipi–Hyundai-Kia/Alabama–Boeing/new plant/South Carolina. I can name more. Mean while the west coast and the rust belt in forced union states lose jobs!! This will be the toughest fight that congress will enter into–if they have the guts. This is why we need term limits!!

  8. Bert Lawrence

    Where and how do we sign a petition that is described by Senator Paul?

  9. melvin w frohardt

    I support the Governor of wisconsin.

  10. c. john wild

    right to work law should be national in a free society.

  11. Old_timer

    I would love to sign the petition but I haven’t worked in 3 years and cannot afford to donate the 25 or 50 or 75 dollars.
    When I can sign the petition with out donating, I will happily donate

  12. Patricia Upchurch

    Is there a petition we can sign? I’ll sign it in a nanosecond.

  13. TurtleShroom

    Unions were once the savior of the worker and gave us blessings like the forty hour work week and worker safety laws to protect the rights of everyone. However, that was sixty years ago. The unions today have done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to further thebetterment of ther workign man, instead using their clout to increase workers’ salaries, pensions, and retirement until their employer can not afford it.

    General Motors collapsed, in part, because it could not afford to meet the insatiable demands of the autoworkers’ unions. They demanded more than the company could give, and it took them under.

  14. Isabella Landig

    Finally the American people have a voice. We put all our hope and trust in your hands.
    Please keep up the good fight. Thank you and God bless and keep you.
    Isabella Landig

  15. Retired Union Worker

    I got Mine 30 + years of good Union Wages! Great Benefits and Retirement.

    Sad to see Companies walking all over the Workers In The Last 15 years! NAFTA Killed America Not the Unions !

    Regan Started it Bush Sr. Closed the Deal and Clinton Signed it! What a Pathetic shame.

    Now everyone is Squabbling over The Spoils while Foriegn Counties are Chewing the Steak!

    We Will Be Forced to repeat the Struggle That Our Fathers Made as the Robber Barons Exploit the World.

  16. Travis

    You guys are idiots. Right to work is garbage, and allows you to be cast away and laid off “for any reason, with or without a cause” and is just a continuation of the plantation economies of the past. Strong labor unions are what keep places like Scandinavia afloat and grant them such great qualities of life. We don’t need to be any more like a third world country than we already are!!!

  17. I once was a Union member

    This is a reply to the above blogs.

    Unions are just business. They are large, powerful, money hungry businesses. Any more there are laws to protect people from low pay or abuse. My friend was sexually harassed, so she sued her manager and all the men on her work crew, and that stopped the problem. By the way, that was at a business with a major union. I worked hard for that Company, and I always had good reports, I worked overtime, learned my job, and did my job well; but because of the Union, I was paid the same as the worst worker.

    At that time, I really bought into the Unions. Then came a day, when I was to help organize Coke a Cola. I was put onto the AFL-CIO payroll. I set up meetings, gave talks, and I handed out Union propaganda at five o’clock in the morning. My President and VP of our Local union was at every meeting I set up, but I set the meeting up, I gave the speeches, and they (Pres. and VP) spoke to the press. When it came to the Vote, the President and VP were out of town, and I went to “the counting of the Vote” in behalf of our Union.

    The moral of my experience is: I was a Clerk, and the Local’s President and VP were Craftsmen. Guess what salary I received. CLERK pay! And no overtime! The Unions are a Business. They have to have your money to make their Business rich and powerful.
    At the time I was working, CWA did not pay their employees union wages! Isn’t that a kick in the pants?

    The Union sells an ideal. They can get you better wages, greater benefits, and they can protect you from being laid off. None of this is true. With the internet, employees and employers can see what other business pay their people in wages and in benefits. Some, if not all, the fortune 500 companies have had to lay off employees, including people represented by Unions.

    When I look at Unions, I see the “other side” of the Union. It is lazy and corrupt.
    I saw the laziness at the local level of the Union, but the corruption is greatest at the higher levels of the Union. Look at how the Union’s Presidents are acting!

    Just think: the President of the AFL-CIO is just one of those “fat white Ceo’s” that Obama spoke about. However, he draws a giant salary off of your dime. Do you think he is seeing the President of the United States on your behalf? Do you think he is lining his pockets with favors from Senators and from the President? Maybe he will get one of those favored secret loans that a few Senator’s received. Or perhaps he will get to sit on a board making $250,000. At the same time, he will also be drawing a salary from you guys. It’s a Business and it is all about money and power. I don’t know what plantation economic is, but if it is taking from those who do the work and making one guy rich, then the President of the AFL-CIO (along with all Presidents of Unions) is a plantation owner!

  18. Joe Sixpack

    I’m a working stiff, but since I’m a Teamster in one of the best locals around, I get:

    1) fair pay for what I do
    2)fair benefits for what I do
    3)dignity, respect, and pride (can’t put a price on that!)

    I’ve been hearing all too much anti-union baloney these days. I can and will get fired for lack of production or unacceptable behavior, as it should be. There is nothing, I repeat, NOTHING that is more American than two equal parties hammering out a contract agreement between each other. It is through collective bargaining that a humble janitor or clerk is made equal. He is able to participate in this process and deal with his management and coworkers on an equal basis. Never forget that the only reason that a worker is hired by a company is because that company is directly or indirectly making a profit off of his efforts.

    Don’t be fooled, the so-called “right to work” efforts are only there to beat down further on the already financially oppressed middle class workers. That means most Americans. Take away the right to organize and collectively bargain and you’ve opened the floodgates for companies and individuals to treat human beings as a commodity.

    When you are (as 90% of America is) a non-union “employee at will” , you don’t have a contract with management. You depend on your job to pay your mortgage, put food in your kids’ mouths and pay tuition bills. When you are an employee at will, that can be taken away for either any or no reason whatsoever. Will it be difficult for a large corporation to replace you? Don’t kid yourself- the answer is no. And you, if out of that job you depend on so so much, do you seriously think you can find another as easily and quickly as your former company can fill your old spot?

    Stand up to these anti-working class baloney hustlers, cut right through their baloney and serve them up a nice truth sandwich!

    Joe Sixpack

    Unofficial Spokesman
    Little guys in Favor of Cutting Big Guys down to Size

  19. Chuck

    Like Joe Sixpack just commented, “90% of America is employee at will”. Somehow almost the entire country is non-union yet the economy hums along just fine. I haven’t been union in years and yet I haven’t been fired by a greedy employer.

    I have fair pay, and respect at my job all without a union. The trouble with most union employee’s is that they are blue collar non skilled workers and yet they believe they should be paid high salaries and their jobs should never go away even when the market says they should.

    Unions should die a quick death. When I was union (CWA) people would get fired by management for attendance issues and various other things and time and time again the union would get their jobs back. It didn’t matter how good my attendance was or how hard I worked we all got the same paycheck. In fact, even though my boss told me I was one of her best employees I was laid off because of union seniority.

  20. Loy Spurlock

    I would like to see a copy of the bill. Where can I find that?

    Thanks

  21. Gwenyth

    Right to Work is one of the clearest cases of duoblespeak in America today. Right to Work doesn’t guarantee a right to work. It strips workers of the right to -vote- for the opportunity to bargain with their employers. Without this right, we inexorably slide back toward the ‘good old days’ of the American worker being functionally an indentured servant.

    Unions have given us higher wages, less hours, vacation time, health benefits, workman’s comp, child labor laws, maternity leave, and created structures where we have recourse to challenge unlawful termination. They continue to fight for workers, and union employees average higher pay and better benefits than non-union employees. And the benefits also have a watershed effect, raising pay and benefits for all employees.

    Yes, there are some downsides to unions. If over half your fellow employees vote in favor of unionization, it means that you have to pay union dues in order to work there. Nevermind that the advantages of unionization far outweigh this cost, this is still a difficulty. And yes, some union leaders use some of the money inappropriately, and yes they are generally paid better than you(not better than your boss, but hey). One of the central aspects of capitalism is that we tend to pay the people we choose to lead things well.

    And yes, there are abuses of power. We live in a world that gives power to the few and this tends to lead to abuses. Unions are a check on this, but -also- give power to a -different- few. However, unlike corporations, unions are Democratic in who they give power to. Should members of a company(workers) take issue with those in power, they have no real recourse. They can quit, but given the desperate employment situation, this is not a real option. They do, however, have recourse in a Union, since leadership is chosen in a truly American fashion, through Democracy.

    And yes, some employees that should be fired, sometimes aren’t. This is a difficulty. There’s no system that can protect employees from unlawful firing and abusive employer behavior without opening up some room for abuse by cheaters on the other side of the equation. Without unions, -all- of the power resides in the employers’ hands, and the employee has little recourse. If the Unions ever became stronger than the corporations, the balance would shift and there would start to be more abuse by employees than by employers, but at current this balance remains tilted far, far in employers’ favor. Where the balance should reside is open for debate, but I don’t believe that any reasonable stance can be taken that says that no balance at all is to best.

    Finally, it is worth noting that wealth does not create jobs, corporations do not create jobs, CEOs do not create jobs, and actions to reduce their share of the American pie do not destroy jobs. Only one thing creates jobs: Demand. Demand for whatever good or service that job will provide. Companies merely act as intermediaries between labor and demand. Power intermediaries that indeed increase productivity through their investments in R&D, and through the economics of scale. But still intermediaries. And giving them more money, unless they immediately invest that money back into the local economy, does -not- produce jobs. Never has, never will.

    Demand creates jobs, and the best engine of demand is money in the hands of workers. Which Unions do a damn good job of assisting.

  22. Harvey Ackermann

    Your link to sign the petition doesn’t seem to work.

  23. J_man86

    While I agree that this bill would be good for the economy, it infringes on the right of the employer to enter into a voluntary contract with it’s employees/a union. An employer ought to be able to hire/fire an employee for any reason, including attempting to form a union or not joining a union already formed. There is also no rights delegated to federal government in the constitution to regulate the business/labor relationship. The interstate commerce clause does NOT support the authorization of this bill as some may claim. If they do, they are no different than the people that say it provides support for socialized medicine.

  24. AGNES MACAL

    we need this crap to stop

  25. Allen Paul

    Let’s consider some of the things that Rand Paul didn’t advocate.
    How about NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) and Noncompetes
    in employment contracts? These are commonly used to coerce and
    deprive employees of their rights. Oh, I see, anything pro-labor
    or middle class is anathema to Rand Paul.

    Another cause Rand Paul has somehow neglected to get behind.
    A pay cut for Congress.

  26. Jason Rocklin

    Dear President Obama: Please do something about getting the American government to get U.N. Army planes to come to Libya, Syria, Afghan, Iraq and Pakistan to get all Libyan, Syryan, Afghan, Pakistanie civilions to flee from violence to refugee countries like Canada and other refugee countries and get the U.N. Army to hunt down for Terrorists in Caves in Taliban with nightvision goggles and arrest the terrorists, lock them up and throw away the key and bring a cease-fire in Libya. yours, Jason mark Simon Rocklin

  27. Jason Rocklin

    Dear President Obama: Please do something for the American government to get the U.N. Army to get U.N. Army planes to come to Libya and Syria to get Libyan and Syrian civilions to flee from sectarian violence from Libya and Syria to refugee countries ;like the U.S., Canada and other safe countries and have a cease-fire in Libya and Syria and bring peace in Syria. yours, Jason Mark Simon Rocklin

  28. Job Creator

    This is an anti-American, anti-middle class bill that strips the rights of workers. Read it, think about it. Learn about what working life was like before people fought for workers rights.

  29. Thomas Laman

    my computer wont let me sign your petition? Please send me a site where I can sign the petition.

  30. Margaret Elias

    Rand Paul,

    I am totally supporting your efforts with your policy “Right to Work Act”. The liberal Union bosses are destroying our beautiful country and our States.

    God Bless You for your courage!

    Margaret

  31. Kathy King

    I pray that we the people will soon be able to take America back. To one Nation under God!!

  32. Jim King

    I’m forced to be in a Union and even if I don’t want to belong they still take my dues to help liberal causes and I’m sick of it!

  33. Kathy King

    I pray that we the people will take America back and once again we will be proud to be one Nation under God.

  34. Jim King

    I belong to a Union and want out but even if I opt out they still take my dues as part of my job and that money goes to helping liberal causes that I’m dead set against.

  35. Ron Reeder

    Every attempt I have made to click on the link to sign the petition failed, only to show me a screen that said “can’t be found”, or “Safari (my brouser) can’t open. Please advise, as I wish to join the effort to establish a right-to-work law.

    Thank you,
    Ron Reeder

  36. Jason Rocklin

    Dear President Obama: Please do something about getting the U.N. Army to get U.N. Army planes to come to Russia and Syria to get Russian and Syrian civilions to flee from sectarian violence and come to refugee countries like Canada and other refugee countries and get the U.N. Army to arrest the people/ terrorists that are tied to Al-Quaida, lock them up and throw away the key so there will be NO MORE people/terrorist linked to Al-Qaida!!!!! yours, Jason Mark Simon Rocklin

  37. Malinda Flynn

    I support this bill!
    I recently had an encounter with the customs unions in Atlanta Hartsfield airport.
    They shut down custom line as 3 international flights were arriving. We were assigned to a line and the officer decided to shut down with 7 to 8 incoming passengers waiting, it was his dinner break ( this was 410pm). His supervisor told us if we had a problem to go tho the “president”?
    Enough!

  38. David Markel

    I have no desire to support the Democrat Party. Why would I pay dues to a union that supports Democrats & there idiocity.

  39. teresa hursh

    I just signed that petition. go to http//righttoworkcommittee.org ; hope that helps. there is also a petition”don’t force dues.com.” I signed petitions without donating because Idonated my last 10 dollars to Hillsdale college. you guys should check out their website. the 2012 Restoring Liberty Project is really worth looking into. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

  40. Margie C. Robbins

    This petition is most needed.
    Restriction on this money laundrying scheme will assist in
    bringing jobs to the nation.

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