For the moment I'll ingnore the fact that you don't comprehend what you read.redtreviso said:Your kind has been trying everything to destroy public schools since 1964..Worried about union dues supporting political action? A corporation is certainly a collective that uses its resources for political ends..In fact what corporations and collectives that never are questioned by you do in our political system dwarf any union funded activity to the point where it is not even worth mentioning, much less sh- ting your pants like you do..Probably half of congress or more only concerns themselves with the business of Exxon and Lockheed..Most of the other half only the business of stock brokers(now called investment bankers)..But here you are whining about teachers (women mostly)....
Not that corporations buying political favors is does not happen, clearly it does and it is a monumental failure of our system.
But there is a difference between publicly supported entities using dues from employees who derive their income from the public kitty only to use those public dollars to buy favors from those who have the power and will to tax. It's a pretty good deal and no doubt why the unions are fighting as hard as they are.
I don't expect you have the capacity to see or comprehend the difference here, but one exists nevertheless.