Now, obviously, 80% of American workers are good workers.
But 20% aren't.
And that 20%, a mix of incompetents and deadweight, is the 20% the unions exist to protect from firing.
The 80% doing their jobs need far less protection -- hardly any at all. A man or woman doing his or her job is making someone money, and people like making money.
The 80% need some union help, from time to time.
But it's the 20% of workers who know they wouldn't have a job if not for the union who are, of course, the most fervent supporters of the union -- and in turn, the unions fervently support these 20%.
So it's false, as the unions claim, that not a single union worker should be fired, ever.
Let's look at a few examples of some workers whose firings would probably not negatively impact the companies they work for.
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