Sunday, July 27, 2014

Tell Congress to hold unions accountable for their crimes



From The National Right To Work Committee:

Union bosses consider themselves above the law -- because they are -- thanks to the notorious Supreme Court Enmons decision.

Ever since that infamous decision in 1973, union bosses have been granted immunity from prosecution for acts of violence and vandalism they orchestrate in the so-called "pursuit of legitimate union objectives."

This outrageous loophole in federal law has effectively tied the hands of federal law enforcement officers and has permitted union bosses and their handpicked "enforcers" to achieve their union goals – by any means necessary.

But you and I have an opportunity to put an end to all this.

Senator David Vitter recently introduced the Freedom From Union Violence Act (S. 2535), to close this loophole in federal law.

It's no secret union bosses are all too happy to use violence and terror to achieve their number one goal: force more and more working men and women into paying union dues.

You and I need to make sure union bosses and their henchmen are subject to the same laws as every other lowlife and criminal.

That's why the Freedom From Union Violence Act must be a top priority in Congress.

But to make this happen I'm going to need your help.

First, will you sign the petition to your Congressman and Senators urging them to co-sponsor and vote for the Freedom From Union Violence Act?

If we are going to force the politicians in Washington to stand up to the union bosses and end this legalized union terrorism once and for all, it will take an army of concerned and committed Americans just like you.

You see, unless the politicians in Washington are forced to pay attention, they will continue to turn a blind eye to the violence committed by their union boss patrons.

With your help, we hope to contact millions of Americans who are outraged union bosses have the green light to act like they're above the law.

So after you sign your petition, I hope you'll chip in with a contribution of $10 or more o the National Right to Work Committee so we can mobilize the grassroots army needed to finally plug this Big Labor loophole of violence.

Your contribution will also help pay for costly radio, T.V., and newspaper advertising, which, if funds allow, we hope to run in swing states and districts calling on politicians by name to support the Freedom From Union Violence Act.

But most importantly please sign the petition at once.

With your help we will put an end to Big Labor's terror tactics once and for all.

Sincerely,

Mark Mix

P.S. Senator David Vitter has introduced the Freedom From Union Violence Act (S. 2535) to finally close the loophole that exempts union bosses and their handpicked "enforcers" from federal prosecution for violent acts which would send any other brutal thug or criminal to jail.

So please, sign the petition demanding your Congressman and Senators cosponsor and vote for the Freedom From Union Violence Act.

Let's make the politicians in Washington explain to their constituents why violent union officials should be allowed to get away with murder.

No comments: