Dear Concerned American,
After spending an estimated $1 BILLION to re-elect Barack Obama and maintain control of the U.S. Senate,
the union bosses expect PAYBACK.
And they're wasting no time demanding passage of the Card Check Forced Unionism Bill as payback.
If "Card Check" passes, it will strip workers of the secret ballot so union thugs can intimidate workers one-on-one --
or three-on-one -- into signing so-called "union authorization cards."
That's why it's vital you sign the petition below DEMANDING your Congressman and Senators OPPOSE Big Labor's
Card Check Forced Unionism Bill. When you enter your zip code, your petitions will be directed to the
appropriate Representative and Senators.
After signing the petition, I hope you will agree to
contribute to the National Right to Work Committee to moblize more Americans to defeat Card
Check Forced Unionism.
Constituent's Petition to:
My Representative & U.S. Senators
I am writing to encourage you to oppose the forced-unionism policies being pushed by Big Labor.
Union officials are seeking to subject workers to intimidation and strip them of their rights,
all in an effort to increase their own power and influence.
It is vital that you oppose any legislation that strips workers of their rights, or expands the
forced-unionism power of Big Labor.
The overwhelming majority of Americans believe it is just plain wrong to force workers to pay union dues;
The Card Check Forced Unionism Bill would do away with the secret ballot election and allow the union bosses to
intimidate one-on-one a majority of workers into signing so-called “union authorization cards”; and
The Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill would force all police officers and firefighters under union boss control
and is just the first step towards forcing all public employees under Big Labor’s thumb; and
Legislation repealing Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act would automatically wipe out all state Right to Work laws,
forcing hundreds of thousands of American workers to join and pay dues to a union just to get or keep a job;
In the interests of freedom, a healthy economy, and a productive job market, I urge you to oppose any effort to advance
Big Labor’s forced-unionism agenda.