Wednesday, September 26, 2012

National Right To Work Committee Needs Your Support

About 7 months ago, I wrote an email to Senator Richard Durbin advising how Illinois would benefit like so many other states, if our state was a Right-To-Work state. He promptly replied on a form letter that he was too busy to consider my request but would answer in the near future,

I'm still waiting for his comments.

Today's email from the RTW Committee is attached, a group I gladly financially support.


One year ago, Teamster union chief Jimmy Hoffa launched an "army" with one goal: Re-elect President Barack Obama.

Just take a quick look at the Obama Administration's payoffs and sweetheart deals for Big Labor, and it's easy to see why.

Stacking key agencies with union lawyers and operatives. Persecuting Boeing for creating jobs in Right to Work South Carolina. Sneaking secret forced-unionism provisions into Obamacare.

The Obama Administration has delivered one blow after another against worker freedom.

In a recent interview, Hoffa revealed his biggest fear if Big Labor's high command doesn't get their way in 2012:

National Right to Work.

Hoffa's biggest fear is a one-page bill that simply eliminates the government-granted forced-dues powers embedded in federal law.

What he fears is freedom.

He fears that letting workers choose for themselves would devastate the engine that drives the union bosses' Billion Dollar political machine.

It's no wonder why Hoffa and the other union kingpins are so desperate to re-elect Barack Obama and take over Congress and state legislatures across the country.

"We are ready to march," Hoffa promised a year ago -- and the union political operatives are living up to it.

It's up to concerned citizens like you and me to fight back.

That's why we've sent our Candidate Survey to every candidate to pledge their opposition to Big Labor's forced-dues agenda.

Your candidates' answers to the survey questions will let you and me know exactly where they stand on Big Labor's schemes.

And then, your National Right to Work Committee will -- with paid advertisements, the internet and mass mail -- show Americans who is for and who is against the union bosses' forced-unionism agenda.

But we can't do it without your continued support.

With everything that's at stake this year, it's never been more important you and I FIGHT back harder than ever.


Mark Mix

P.S. The National Right to Work Committee relies on your voluntary contributions to fund its programs. Please chip in with a contribution of $10 or more today.

The National Right to Work Committee is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens' organization dedicated to combating compulsory unionism through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to compulsory unionism and, at the same time, enlist public support for Right to Work legislation. The Committee's mailing address is 8001 Braddock Road, Springfield, Virginia 22160. The Committee can be contacted toll-free at 1-800-325-7892. Its web address is

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