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As you celebrate this weekend with friends and family, remember that Labor Day is NOT just a celebration of union and blue-collar workers.
Some union officials want you to believe that to be true, but every single worker in an organization contributes to the success of the company.
Perhaps you have heard this story before...President John F. Kennedy was touring Cape Canaveral (later called the Kennedy Space Center) after he gave his famous May 25th, 1961 speech about putting a man on the moon by the end of the decade. Inside a building the President wrongly opened up a door...right into a janitorial closet. Standing in there was a janitor preparing his tools for the day. Imagine his surprise to see the President of the United States opening up the door and staring right at him!
President Kennedy - not wanting to appear like he was lost - started to talk to this man and asked him a simple question: "What is your job here?" This man, after previously hearing Kennedy's stirring speech replied correctly: "I am putting a man on the moon, Mr. President."
With that kind of attitude and teamwork, we can accomplish anything - even putting a man on the moon. Reaching for a common goal by a team can be a powerful driver of success. This janitor got it. He understood that his job - along with the jobs of every person associated with NASA (including the President himself) had a role to bring success in the end. A shared vision and a hope for the unreachable goal, weaved the braid that lassoed the moon for all mankind.
As you watch the labor day parade in Detroit this weekend, please take note at how much things have changed since that janitor's words were spoken. The anger and hate directed at management and profit margins; the blame game by the very small minority of union workers out there who follow the leads of union officials, and the national figures who will be sure to turn up in order to bellow up the flame of envy and jealousy, will be a spectacle for all the country to see. Union officials just don't get it. Their anger at success, their avoidance of individuality and personal choice, and their embracing of all things "progressive", are spiraling their unions right into a gaping hole of destruction.
And good, hard-working, god-fearing, workers (and their families) will get sucked right down with them. Out of the whole left-wing labor drama, perhaps that is the greatest tragedy of all.
We fight for ALL workers. We believe that the smallest salaried worker, all the way up to the company CEO, deserve recognition on Labor Day and a "thank-you" for keeping America the greatest nation in history. Free-market economics is the single greatest economic system to bring people out of poverty, because it works every single time it is tried.
"The problem with Socialism is that pretty soon you run out of other people's money."
- Margaret Thatcher
Did you know?
Decades ago, union officials and their official labor policy used to fight against illegal immigration. Yes; there was a time when a union official's first priority was for the prosperity of their workers. Now however, they have completely abandoned their founding principles. Instead of fighting against illegal immigration which can lower wages of their workers and all workers across the nation, they fall lock, stock, and barrel with their chosen political party - all in order to gain votes and power.
Perhaps there is no greater example of just how much union officials and their policies have abandoned workers in favor of politics and power