Unravelling Gerard Henderson's Spin - Episode 3
 What would a "free market" among unions look like? Members thronging to unions which offer the best pay and conditions for workers? Interesting. But wouldn't Henderson, a long-time critic of unionism, then call that "employer bashing" or "counterproductive", or "communist"?
 Does Henderson seriously suggest that "competition" in his pet theology, "the free market", has led to a lowering of corruption there?
Oh Hendo, you've excelled yourself again... [chortle]