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Response to Nuclear Unicorn (Reply #8)

Thu Jun 21, 2012, 08:43 PM

12. I work for a cable company. My company

Has a PAC that we can join, if we choose to. I looked at their stances and their "victories" and that was enough for me to say "hell no" when they asked if I want to contribute. "yay! We were able to stop a school district from setting up their own cable network to help the kids learn, so the schools HAVE to buy from us!"
I won't contribute to crap like that. Not my time or my money.
So yeah... What if the union is taking a stance on an issue that you disagree with? Shouldn't you be allowed to refuse to contribute? What of the union was pro-apartide or something? You should be able to tell them to take a flying leap.

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