kitty Posted June 10, 2008 Report Share Posted June 10, 2008 why? it's a bias. they're in it for the profit and because who they are. Just the same as the union (hopefully) supports what is good for the union worker. Arguments against the collusive effect of unions cannot be used against a bill for requiring safety standards any more than a cartel pushing for protection of property rights. Besides, the cartel at least has what it can argue to be a negative right, rather than the play to moral sensibilities that the union has. He's arguing against the means of how they go about their motives, not the motives themselves. :/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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