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I agree with most of what you posted, and understand where you're coming from when I don't. However (you saw that coming):

I think people (including programmers) should be allowed to form unions. I also think that corporations should be allowed to toss them out and hire replacements, whether from another union, guild, or non-attached.

Which means a union has zero power. Which means a union is useless. Which implies unions shouldn't exist.

Most of all, the Democrats and Republicans need to be stripped of all the special perks and built-ins they've awarded themselves.

The original Bill of Rights included an amendment that required a Congressional pay increase et al be granted not to themselves, not to their successor Congress, but to the successor Congress after that. I wonder how different things would be today if it had been accepted...

I agree it would be nice if Congress would be bound by its own laws, but Conservatives would never stand for it.

Until we take back our government, we will all continue to be screwed, whether from the "left" or from the "right".

That's called an election. Otherwise, you're talking about eliminating the current Constitution.

In reply to Re^2: Should Programmers Unionize? by apl
in thread Should Programmers Unionize? by Velaki

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