Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Bye Bye Harry

From The National Right To Work Committee:

He spent the past eight years protecting Big Labor's forced-dues coffers and their government-granted power of compulsory unionism. . .

In return, the union bosses spent BILLIONS of forced-dues cash seized from hard-working Americans to keep him in control of the U.S. Senate.

But after three decades helping Big Labor abuse American workers and our economy, Harry Reid is calling it quits.

And it's due in large part to the vigilance of Right to Work supporters like you.

You see, your continued support made the issue of worker freedom front and center this past November.

In fact, Roll Call Magazine called the Right to Work issue one of "the attack ads Harry Reid didn't want you to see."

But thanks to your support, American voters saw the ads -- and fired Harry Reid as Majority Leader.

And there's no doubt in my mind that Harry Reid being relegated to Minority Leader is what provoked him to retire.

As a result, you and I have an opportunity to replace a Big Labor ringleader with a Right to Work champion.

The question is: will you and I be able to take advantage?

Make no mistake: Big Labor bosses will go all-out to replace Harry Reid with another union lackey to do their bidding.

And they'll put in extra time and resources to ensure they maintain control over Harry Reid's open Senate seat.

The National Journal recently reported that, "One of the early favorites is shaping up to be former state Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto, a rising star in the [Democrat] party, who has maintained close ties to Reid."

On top of that, it's being floated around Washington D.C. that Harry Reid has selected Big Labor radical Chuck Schumer to replace him as Minority Leader.

Imagine Big Labor installing Harry Reid's protégé while regaining control of the Senate in 2016 with Chuck Schumer at the helm.

It’s not a pleasant thought.

With everything that's at stake, it's vital you and I find a Right to Work champion who won't kowtow to Big Labor's threats and intimidation tactics.

That's why your National Right to Work Committee must prepare for our 2016 Candidate Survey Program.

The Candidate Survey Program surveys all potential candidates running for office and lets you and me know exactly where they stand on the issue of worker freedom.

With nearly 75% of Americans opposed to forced unionism, candidates would be remiss not to answer their Right to Work Candidate Surveys.

After all, history has shown that those politicians who kowtow to Big Labor go down in flames when faced with re-election.

And most importantly, the National Right to Work Committee will -- with paid advertisements, the Internet and mass mail -- show Americans which candidates are for and which are against the union bosses' radical forced-dues agenda.

That's why I'm asking you to consider chipping in with a contribution of $30, $20, $10 or whatever you can afford to help your National Right to Work Committee prepare for this critical Candidate Survey Program.

It's crucial your National Right to Work Committee find and inform the constituents of Nevada about a pro-worker freedom advocate to replace Harry Reid.

And what better way to celebrate Harry Reid's retirement than by generously contributing whatever you can afford to opposing yet another Big Labor lackey?

So please consider chipping in whatever you can afford right away.

Thwarting Big Labor's attempts to replace Harry Reid with another forced-unionism militant and preserving a Right to Work majority in the Senate is vital to the fight for worker freedom.

With what's at stake, I must have our budget in order early on to put heat on the candidates and keep opponents of forced unionism informed.

And the fact is, the National Right to Work Committee's Candidate Survey Program couldn't be more important in the fight against forced unionism.

So please contribute $30, $20, $10 or whatever you can afford right away.

For Worker Freedom,

Mark Mix
President, National Right to Work Committee

P.S. After a three-decade tenure, including an eight-year reign as Majority Leader, Harry Reid is finally calling it quits.

Now you and I have an opportunity to replace one of Big Labor’s ringleaders with a Right to Work champion.

But Big Labor will do everything they can to install another union lackey to do their bidding.

That's why I'm asking you to consider chipping in with a contribution of $30, $20, $10 or whatever you can afford to help your National Right to Work Committee prepare for this critical Candidate Survey Program.

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