tnmccoy Wrote:
Nov 23, 2012 7:14 PM
This is a classic example of a union-led pushing of a company over the brink into bankruptcy. Now, all the employees lose their jobs. Even though the union will lose the dues of those people, it'll survive with the nice high salaries of the officers who created the mess for the now former members. This is how New York City lost most of its newspapers and the 15 cent subway token has gone the way of the Dodo. The really sad thing about all this is that some of those newly unemployed people will still back the union. Stupidity knows no bounds.