They should have NEVER tore down our plants!

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110StL

Imperial, MO

#1 Sep 10, 2012
It looks like the auto industry is coming back and jobs are returning to our soil. It makes me sad that they just carelessly bulldozed the St. Louis north and south plants under, killing any chance of the thousdands of jobs coming home.
liveandlearn

Naperville, IL

#3 Sep 10, 2012
Hello 110Stl I am from Local 110 still hanging in there working in Illinois. I would love to see some auto industry work back there also! I'm sure many ex-north and south plant workers would have a whole different attitude if there were jobs back in St. Louis again.
atlantA girl

Akron, OH

#5 Sep 10, 2012
F--ck that, twinsburg forever screw Detroit and belvidere. It's where real people and real unions worked. Shot out to st louis, local 110 we were partners in crime, the Company will pay dearly for killing those plants and ours.
Charles

Belvidere, IL

#6 Sep 11, 2012
http://www.autonews.com/article/20120910/OEM0...

That what happens when you are own by a company like Bain .Romeyize
Larry

Toledo, OH

#9 Sep 11, 2012
atlantA girl wrote:
F--ck that, twinsburg forever screw Detroit and belvidere. It's where real people and real unions worked. Shot out to st louis, local 110 we were partners in crime, the Company will pay dearly for killing those plants and ours.
. Ha your turbo reason the plant closed....Congrats
The Mouse

Rockford, IL

#10 Sep 11, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>read the article, looks like my predictions are coming true, no more pensions and 30 and out
Looks to me like the CAW is telling the companies the same thing everybody tells you on this site.."Go f@#k yourself!"
not team leader just me

Chicago, IL

#13 Sep 11, 2012
Lol 2001 huh? Wow! So u kept preachin bankruptcy for 7 years huh? And that wouldve been during the good years lol. Lol u were screaming bankruptcy right in the boom years when the american economy had never been more robust huh? Well that just proves youre an idiot and a liar....cause only a moron would do so. Btw....if u keep saying somethings going to happen then by the law of averages says youll eventually be right at some point.....but that doesbt mean ur intelligent psychic or right....it simply says something will always eventually happen. Youre a moron and a liar Retired.
Local122

Findlay, OH

#15 Sep 11, 2012
They tore my my plant down then sent me to Cleveland PDC with day one seniority I hope they tear this place down
Local122

Findlay, OH

#18 Sep 11, 2012
The Cleveland PDC sucks I hope they close it so I can get the hell out of here they could send me anywhere they want and pay me 5.00 dollars hour it would better than this shit hole and I would not have to look at Kalman Jones and that sorry ass Mark Richards and any of ther friends please close this place
SVR

Akron, OH

#20 Sep 11, 2012
Local122 wrote:
The Cleveland PDC sucks I hope they close it so I can get the hell out of here they could send me anywhere they want and pay me 5.00 dollars hour it would better than this shit hole and I would not have to look at Kalman Jones and that sorry ass Mark Richards and any of ther friends please close this place
So quit
Alex

AOL

#21 Sep 11, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>we'll see what happens with the CAW, I expect the 2 tier system, no 30 and out, no cost of living, no more defined pension for future retirees, it's unsustainable seeing it's underfunded over $6 billion, the CAW has no choice, unless they don't want future investments in their plants.
You seem to really be hoping for things to go bad for others. Is it because you're just really miserable in life and it makes you feel good when others don't get what you got out of Chrysler?
atlantA girl

Brooklyn, NY

#22 Sep 11, 2012
They can't quit, have to get the transfer money first.
Dick Hertz

Windsor, Canada

#24 Sep 11, 2012
Race to the bottom people! Everyone loses this race!
BAP Helper

Beloit, WI

#25 Sep 12, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>we'll see what happens with the CAW, I expect the 2 tier system, no 30 and out, no cost of living, no more defined pension for future retirees, it's unsustainable seeing it's underfunded over $6 billion, the CAW has no choice, unless they don't want future investments in their plants.
Then they should do away with everyone's pension, past & future since it's draining the company dry being 6 billion underfunded.
The Mouse

Rockford, IL

#27 Sep 12, 2012
HR MANAGEMENT wrote:
<quoted text>Can't do that for retirees,against the law, we desearve our pensions, you future retirees will get a 401, no more defined pensions, probably work until 62 the way it should be
HR MANAGEMENT...LOL! Come on, we know it's you RETARD! Is it your new job to guard this site 24/7?
Alex

AOL

#31 Sep 12, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>just look at the CAW contract negotiations, I told you the 30 and out and defined pension are history of the past, it's unsustainable to retire before 62
You're just wishing and hoping, it's what will make you feel good. People like you relish other peoples misery. I know your type, there's many like you out there.
Bill

Windsor, Canada

#32 Sep 12, 2012
Question is, what do the companies really want?
-No more 30 and out makes sense...Why pay someone in their early 50's a full pension for 25 or 30 years? Not happy about it, but it's not realistic anymore.
-2 tier...May happen, but the union will call it something else to save face..
-No more cost of living is going to happen...
-Reduction in benefits will happen...
-Profit sharing is probably what the union will walk away saying they negotiated, when in truth it was probably the only thing the companies agreed on right from the start.
Pensions...I don't know...That will suck for people already paying into it for years...I hope they leave current employees alone and make that just for new hires...
We need unions, but in some cases people really take advantage of things and abuse the system, and that is ruining it for everyone else...
Bap helper

United States

#33 Sep 12, 2012
HR MANAGEMENT wrote:
<quoted text>Can't do that for retirees,against the law, we desearve our pensions, you future retirees will get a 401, no more defined pensions, probably work until 62 the way it should be
Since when does anyone fallow the law? It doesn't work for the company its un american and against the law.
Alex

AOL

#39 Sep 13, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>and you'll be crying when it does
Makes you feel good, right?
Confused

Guelph, Canada

#42 Sep 13, 2012
RETIRED wrote:
<quoted text>yep, this way new retirees won't retire at 62 and below, saves us retirees our pension that we worked and paid for
So how much did YOU pay into your non contributory pension plan??
Here's something to watch for...
One day the "new hires" will get sick of you making more than them. You'll be screwed.

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