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As Americans, the majority has spoken with a endorsement of President Obama's vision, but it is the minority a twisted mindset to detour the American middle class. With the actions of the weak to railroad Right to Work for passage with deceptive goals, the Brothers and Sisters of Organized Labor shall rise with a mission.
That mission, as we will chose to accept it before others destruct the rights of the American worker, is our will to forge a stronger America for everyone's future.


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The path of Organized Labor must focus on our product. That product must be a energy that fuels growth in our workplaces and in our communities. That product is the formation of a bond between man and women, father and son, son and daughter to communicate and educate ourselves to realize our visions for a stronger American are not gains by monetary worth, but by our hearts and souls to move us forward.

Organized Labor is not the evil demon that lurks in the shadows to destory the American Middle Class. Over decades, it was never Organized Labor that set back the rights workers have gained in the workplace. It has been the Brothers and Sisters of Organized Labor that have openly shared those gains in the workplaces with all workers, never holding back.  

For those that seek gains with Right to Work passage, they will lose in the end. As the push to set the American Middle Class downward is the focus, Organized Labor sets forth with a upward march of unity to strengthen our product to share with all.

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