To Succeed In Life You Need To Pay Your Dues

And sometimes even after paying your dues, well, things just don’t work out.

Which happens. Life has lots of ups and downs.

The important thing is that you keep paying your dues

In fact, a pernicious lie catalyzes the transmission of this mass malady among union members. Ultimately, that lie robs those infected of crucial awareness and reality testing that could save their bacon.

The lie is that government employee unions actually care about, protect, and work honestly and diligently on behalf of their members.

They don’t.

Not one iota.

And I now have solid proof to back up my assertion.

Now, class, your assignment for tonight is to compare and contrast those union folks getting totally sold-out by their “elected leadership” and the rest of us getting totally sold out by our “elected leadership.”

I’m not seeing much difference.

5 Responses to “To Succeed In Life You Need To Pay Your Dues”

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  2. JeffS says:

    Union members are generally the first ones tossed under the bus.

  3. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Depends who’s doing the tossing. Taxpayers likewise…

  4. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Or let me rephrase that. The “little guy” (by the elite definition) goes first.

  5. major dad says:

    Sad thing is the union members usually can’t do anything about it. At least taxpayers, if they pull their head out in time, can do something about the elected who screw them over.

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