If public sector employees can have a union, why can’t American tax payers form a union?


Http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/145033-wisconsin-gov-gop-emboldened-by-protests-

If taxes go up way too much, we go on strike. I say it balances out the demands of the public sector unions since they work for us. What do you think?

Go ahead. I’m behind you all the way.

you’re spinning. with the intention to get to $100K (i don’t think of there are any ok-12 instructors making that a lot, purely superintendents and principals) you’ll must have a PhD and over 2 a lengthy time period on the job. What does a PhD with 2 a lengthy time period contained in the non-public sector make? significantly better than $100K. – please decrease back up with data and citations for the position you get your spin. If the widely used public instructor in a union is making a lot extra, that’s in all likelihood because (A) that instructor has a lot extra training, journey and ranges, and (B) your widely used deepest sector instructor leaves the career once they could get employed, meaning a number of of the non-public persons are both underqualified, or really new to the career. i’m guessing you’re searching at people averaging about 5 years of training vs. 15 to twenty.

Sorry this is what happens when you volunteer to pay taxes, you enter into an private contract with the IRS when you sign your W-2 (promissary note). I don’t see how a union could be of any help in any kind of dispute…well ok maybe, they would have lawyers, but just think about how many high priced lawsuits the IRS brings. Can you imagine how much the union dues would be?

What’s funny is I haven’t seen any reports of government worker unions striking for more pay.Think this is a weak attempt to vilify unions to oust them.

Lol-couldn’t we consider taxes as union dues?

They should – require voter approval of union contracts.

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