15 February, 2014

Big Labor Fails to Unionize Key Southern Auto Plant

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, jewed culture, jewed politics, Jewed workplaces, labor, labor unions, leftists, liberals, mafia, Socrates, The South at 9:27 pm | Permanent Link

Well, boo-hoo. Questions: why did General Motors go bankrupt? Why do many things in America (like groceries or tools) cost 20% more than they should? Why have many American jobs gone off-shore? Answer: labor unions. Not only do they make things cost more, but they artificially shrink the labor pool in union states (and even in non-union states). Workers should have a say in workplace decisions, of course, but there are better ways to do it. Worst of all, Jews built the labor union movement, and for 50 years big labor and the political Left were married to each other. Union dues were used to fund the Left. Many union officials were communists (or corrupted by the mob).

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  7. One Response to “Big Labor Fails to Unionize Key Southern Auto Plant”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      It would be a better thing if there were no unions, but private employers like WAL*MART insure that unions will always be needed, at least in some cases.

      However, I see absolutely no need for unions in the public sector. It should be considered a PRIVILEGE to work for the taxpayer, not a guaranteed right. Government employees have had it way too good for way too long at the taxpayers’ expense. Then the politicians have to pander to the public employee unions for votes and campaign contributions, so that means giving govt employees even more goodies at the taxpayers’ expense.

      But it’s still not enough because now they tell us that government employee pensions are underfunded by several trillion dollars. Well that’s just too god damn bad. That’s what you get for “kicking the can” down the road for the past 50 to 60 years. You eventually run out of roads and cans.

      We can thank the right wing for driving the unions out of the private sector and into the public sector. And we can thank LBJ-era liberals for embracing the idea of public employee unions, something that even FDR would never have approved of. So now we see, yet again, how the whole system is out to screw the White middle-class and working-class.

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