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Re: “Reversing Self, The Civitas Institute Says North Carolina Does Not Need Nonpartisan Redistricting

Does anyone see the hypocrisy of the complaints by Democrats and liberals? For over a 100 years Democrats and liberals had a stranglehold on the power to dictate (yes, dictate as in a dictatorship) on the redistricting process. Fortunately over time, North Carolinians smartened up as to what todays Democrats really are and voted the conservatives in office. Now, the Dems complain about the process that they established. I find that the epitome of hypocrisy.

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Posted by Achilles on 01/27/2017 at 4:36 PM

Re: “North Carolina no longer least unionized state in the nation

History also shows that the more unionized an industry becomes, the more and more jobs, in that industry go oversees or be obsolete by advanced machinery.

Regardless of how passionate one feels about unionization, you've got to realize that Unions are an anachronism which have seen their better days. It's time to come to the realization that Unions will, one day, go the way of the horse and buggy whip industry.

Wake up and smell the roses.

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Posted by Achilles on 02/02/2016 at 11:27 PM

Re: “North Carolina no longer least unionized state in the nation

What is so dubious about being the least unionized State in the Nation. I think it is an honor to hold that title.

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Posted by Achilles on 01/30/2016 at 7:30 AM

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