Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Gmail - Welcome to Right to Work - inge.robert@gmail.com

Gmail - Welcome to Right to Work - inge.robert@gmail.com: "Dear Robert,

Thank you for signing our petition.

I would like to take a moment to welcome you and give you a brief overview of the National Right to Work organizations -- groups which are so critical to holding the line against the overwhelming union power grabs underway in Washington, DC right now.

The National Right to Work Committee

The National Right to Work Committee, established in 1955, is a 2.2 million member, nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens' organization dedicated to the principle that all Americans must have the right to join a union if they choose to, but none should ever be forced to affiliate with a union, or pay money to a union, in order to get or keep a job.

The National Right to Work Committee combats compulsory unionism through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to compulsory unionism and enlist public support for Right to Work legislation.

By supporting the National Right to Work Committee, you are part of millions of other supporters who have had a real impact in the fight against compulsory unionism. Committee supporters have helped the Committee pass or protect Right to Work laws in 22 states.

The Committee fights all of Big Labor's attempts to strangle the human spirit and American economy with more compulsory unionism. Perhaps the most concerning legislative issue is issue at the moment is the Card Check Forced Unionism legislation that would open up millions of workers to intimidation and violence during union organizing drives.

To read more about the current issues surrounding the NRTW Committee, please visit: http://nrtwc.org/facts-issues/

The Committee is 100% dependant on support from its members. To donate to the Committee, please visit: https://nrtw.ejoinme.org/tabid/127162.aspx

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation

While the Committee focuses on promoting Right to Work legislation, the Legal Defense Foundation fights Big Labor in the courts and provides free legal aid to victimized employees.

The Foundation's legal aid program is designed to fulfill three objectives: (1) to enforce employees' existing legal rights against forced unionism abuses, (2) to win new legal precedents expanding these rights and protections, and (3) to dramatize the ugly problem of forced unionism and its human impact in the media.

The Foundation attorneys have been involved in literally thousands of legal cases since 1968, and they've argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court 14 times.

To read about the different Supreme Court cases please visit: http://nrtw.org/foundation-won.htm

The National Right to Work Committee and Legal Defense Foundation are the leaders in the U.S. against Big Labor's draconian forced unionism agenda.

And without the support of individuals like you, we would not have been able to carry on the fight. To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation, please visit: https://nrtw.ejoinme.org/tabid/127164.aspx

Thank you for joining our cause. We have major battles ahead, and I hope you'll stand with us.


Mark Mix

National Right to Work Committee
National Right to Work Foundation"

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