they're an embodiment of a group that is fighting for families to have the means to provide. They stand up for ''real'' america, the people who work blue collar jobs at factories. Busting unions has led to decrease in benefits, job stability and wage losses. All these factors hinder the chances people have at taking care of a family, the cornerstone of most of the rights values. I think if many candidates came out as pro union they could even sway a lot of voters. . . has it always been this way? When did the right start union busting? Was it with R.R?