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When All Else Fails, UAW Tries Racism

willis9 Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 11:52 AM
The plants were sited in the south for several reasons and one of the main ones was a non-union work force. When high wages and benefits make the plant unprofitable, they will shut it down and build another in somewhere else like maybe Mexico that belongs to NAFTA and can export to the USA duty free.
Icthelite Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:56 PM
So the UAW is planning on attacking the workers in a right to work state. I surly hope that those ignorant minorities working in those auto plants realize the unions can’t do much of anything for them.
Unions have no real power in right to work states. Hope the workers at the Smyrna plant can read and spend a little time doing so. The only thing they will gain from the unions is a lighter pay check.
Hard Thought Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:28 PM
Brilliant, Sherlock!

The idea is to provide a product at a price the consumer can afford and pay a dividend on the stock. The stock, by the way,is where most union and nonunion pension funds are invested.

Do you want your retirement fund to appreciate? Then corporations remaining competitive andprofitable are to your benefit.

Karma is a bioxxtch, isn't it?

As more and more localities declare their independence from budget-destroying unions, the United Auto Workers is reaching into its bag of liberal magic tricks to help breakup non-union plants in the Deep South. It’s the last gasp of the UAW that knows it must perish if it is not successful in breaking into non-union shops operating in the U.S., such as foreign automakers Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen.

Not surprisingly, given the desperate times for unions, the UAW is relying on an appeal to racism in the south- one of the only tricks left in the liberal bag- in order to exploit...

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