I recently received a flyer protesting Kulback's Construction Inc., which is a non-union company. In addition to these fliers, the Buffalo Building and Trades Council has been picketing outside the homes of the company's officials for nearly six months. I question why these men feel they have a right to harass people in their homes just because they have differing views.
While many people opted to sit at home and let the state support them, Theodore Kulbacki took a chance and started a company. I'm sure it wasn't easy, as anyone in business knows the risks are great and the pressure is incredible.
If Kulbacki is now enjoying days on a golf course and living a comfortable life, good for him -- he has earned it. If he drives a nice car and has health insurance, at least he pays for it himself -- unlike union officials, who have union members pay for their trips and cars.
Give people the freedom of choice. That's what makes our country great.
DOLLY POWERS Kenmore