Apr 282010
 

Big Government

Since when are private businesses forced to hire people they don’t want to? What if people stood outside your house with huge sign saying, “Shame On” you for not buy our product or using our services? Especially if their product or service costs more and would be poor in quality.

The SEIU and other unions across California run a campaign called “Shame On” ‘Insert Business Name Here’. They stand outside businesses trying to make them look bad for not using union workers. This kind of tactic cannot go on any longer! PRIVATE business should be able to choose who they hire and not be forced to do anything that could possibly damage their business. It is time for people to start fighting against these tactics and exposing these people for what they really are.

On April 14th I confronted the local “carpenters union” outside The Padre Hotel in Bakersfield, CA with their sign saying “Shame On The Padre Hotel” and “labor dispute”. They are upset that The Padre Hotel chose to use private contractors instead of union workers for new advancements to the hotel. These people that stand outside of businesses claim they are volunteers but are actually paid somewhere close to minimum wage, have little to no knowledge about the dispute, and have never actually worked for the business they are picketing.

April 16, 2010 — “Volunteer” Union members protest The Padre Hotel in Bakersfield, CA because of not using union workers. The Unions claim that they use “Volunteers” for these types of protests but that is not what they said themselves.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBqZzq…

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz34jL…

Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJU0a6…

Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OnVro…

http://ryanpdixon.com/?p=150

In part one I got them to admit they get paid to stand with the sign and not answer questions. When asked who they had voted for in the 2008 election they were proud to say that they voted for Barack Obama. Towards the end of the video I was getting taught how unions work, more to come.

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