Hillary Shouts At Labor Unions “Why Aren’t I 50 Points Ahead?”


Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent a passionate video message to the Laborers’ International Union of North America, demanding that they help get the message out about Donald Trump, who support the “Right To Work” employment laws

She pointed out that she was against “Right To Work” and appeared upset that Trump was gaining in the polls despite his record of supporting it. That is because Hillary believes in Unions as the model to follow for workers even though every state where unions thrive become a ghost town.  Just think the big auto makers unions in  Detroit, Michigan. Hillary is also for the Joint Employment Doctrine  which is designed to help unions cover lost ground. The Persuader Rule is another one the democrats support. Americans need to become familiar with these two dept of labor rules; because everything is about to change for you. Obama screws Americans one last time before leaving office and Hillary wants to be there to continue his legacy. Believe me it’s all about unionizing as many workers  as possible. At $50-$150 per worker that is a lot of democrat donations to fund future elections. Also don’t forget most union workers vote democrat.

 

I want you to consider the economic benefits that right-to-work states enjoy. By nearly any way you measure it they come out on top of their competitors. The clearest evidence is the disproportionate job growth in right-to-work states. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, from 2003-13 states with such laws increased their employment rolls by 9.5%—nearly three percentage points more than the national average and more than double the growth in non-right-to-work states.

 

Labor unions try to rebut these statistics by pointing to their higher top-line wages and salaries. But these simple analyses fail to mention that those earnings are disproportionately in union strongholds in the Northeast, Chicago and on the West Coast, where the cost of living is more expensive than in the right-to-work South and Midwest. It makes sense that those areas would have higher nominal pay.

 

Once cost of living is considered, right-to-work states have 4.1% higher per capita personal incomes than non-right-to-work states, according to a 2013 analysis by the Michigan-based Mackinac Center for Public Policy.

 

These better jobs and growing incomes also lead to stronger economic growth. According to data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the economies of right-to-work states grew about 10% more than non-right-to-work states between 2003 and 2013. That amounts to billions of dollars in additional economic activity—made possible in no small part by giving employees the simple right to choose whether to join a union.

This disproportionate economic growth is no statistical anomaly. In their book “The Wealth of States,” authors Arthur Laffer, Stephen Moore, Rex Sinquefield and Travis H. Brown found statistically significant economic growth advantages of right-to-work states in every 10-year period dating back to the 1960s.

 

An even simpler measure of right-to-work’s success is the net migration of citizens to those states with such laws. This “voting with your feet” delivers a simple message: Americans enjoy the benefits that right-to-work provides. According to the American Legislative Exchange Council study, from 2003-13 the population of right-to-work states grew by 3%—nearly quadruple the national average of 0.8%. Non-right-to-work states saw their populations decline by 1.1% over the same period. That is no coincidence. People like more jobs, higher pay and faster economic growth—and they’re willing to move to right-to-work states to find them.

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These weren’t average jobs, either. They were good-paying positions with increasing wages. Personal incomes in those states grew 12% more than in states without right-to-work protections during that same 10-year period, according to a 2014 study by the American Legislative Exchange Council.Maybe the answer to Hillary’s question “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?’ Hillary because  you suck at jobs,and most workers don’t want to be dictated to by a union boss. Hillary stay out of my job.


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