UAW to step up organizing campaign at Nissan

United Auto Workers President Bob King said the union plans to step up its efforts to organize workers at Nissan Motor Co.'s U.S. plants unless the company agrees to fair bargaining. Full Story
Bill Allen

Bradenton, FL

#1 Aug 10, 2013
Any employe who works in an automobile assembly plant and
supports unionization is an idiot.
Unions were once made up of good people who wanted to help others---now they are made up of thugs who want to help themselves to cushy jobs with big pay and benefits paid for by the idiots who voted them in.
Wake up

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