Why are they called Collective Bargaining 'rights'?
Why can't the media explain to the moronic public what exactly are so called Collective Bargaining 'rights'?
Government's role is to have men with guns force people to do or not do something. So all catch phrases and propaganda must be translated into what are the men with the guns going to force on people.
Collective Bargaining rights means that a Government agency can't negotiate for services with a private company or individual. A collective of a select group of people(that pay union dues) is granted a monopoly because men with guns will not allow anyone else to negotiate their own deal. The Union is granted an exemption from anti-trust laws. This is a special privilege, not a right.
This special arrangement is the equivalent of Exxon going into a state and negotiating a deal with politicians to be the sole seller of gasoline. The state would arrest anyone else that tried to sell gas.
When are people going to wake up and see that the political left is just the same as the right, labor unions the same as corporations? They all just want special rights and privileges for themselves.
“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.” Seneca