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What does Mitt Romney think of unions?

Jeremy Sprinkle
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We'll let Mitt tell you in his own words

You don't have to take our word for it. Mitt Romney is plenty comfortable telling his supporters just what he thinks about organized workers.

Click here to watch the video, "What does Mitt Romney think of unions?":

The last part of that video was filmed during Mitt Romney's campaign stop in Charlotte on May 11.

Unions are the last line of defense of the American Dream

Only organized workers can stand against organized greed. Mitt Romney knows it. The Koch Brothers, Art Pope, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Americans for Prosperity, Karl Rove's Super-PAC, and Wall Street - they know it, too. Unions are their favorite target because we are all that is left standing in the way of their greed.

If you value work and fairness and condemn greed. If you love your union and your union contract. If you know that having a voice at work and a seat at the bargaining table is the way workers find a path to the middle class. If you think that we as a nation are stronger working together. If you believe that we are our brothers' keepers and our sisters' keepers. Then consider this:

Should a Romney Administration take over the federal government, appointing anti-union cronies to the National Labor Relations Board and the Department of Labor - people who will make it their mission to undermine labor law and debilitate workers' power - will be their top priority. Take it from Mitt Romney; you can take that to the bank!

Click here to learn more about Mitt Romney and watch another video, Meet Mr. 1%: