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Richard trumka

Coraopolis, PA

#1 Mar 24, 2013
Seen this bumper sticker on a Hyundai on peach st there hypocrisy knows no bounds got
CRANK

Girard, PA

#2 Mar 24, 2013
I didn't realize union members were ever considered to be the sharpest knives in the drawer. I guess this is just an example of why that is.
cheetos

United States

#3 Mar 24, 2013
I believe Hyundai in Atlanta has union welders.
Hinkley

United States

#4 Mar 24, 2013
Union workers are SCUM!
Lazy workers with no work ethic. They all wang high pay for little effort and have been the demise of our country.
cheetos

United States

#5 Mar 24, 2013
ummm, were we goin with this? Hyundai good? Union bad?
Jackson Koehler

Erie, PA

#6 Mar 24, 2013
cheetos wrote:
I believe Hyundai in Atlanta has union welders.
Actually this is a Kia automobile factory but since Kia is about 30 % owned by Hyundi & the twin companies have the fastest growing Automobile sales in the USA they do share manufacturing facilities when needed. Yes, there is at least one Hyundai Product model being produced at the KIA factory, the Santa Fe SUV.
As for an organized union representation at KIA/HYUNDAI......I do not think so as the Company maintains a right to work status. My understanding is there are a small minority of former Union members from closed automobile factories who have obtained employment at KIA/HYUNDAI but organized union representation .....NO!
cheetos

United States

#7 Mar 24, 2013
Jackson Koehler wrote:
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Actually this is a Kia automobile factory but since Kia is about 30 % owned by Hyundi & the twin companies have the fastest growing Automobile sales in the USA they do share manufacturing facilities when needed. Yes, there is at least one Hyundai Product model being produced at the KIA factory, the Santa Fe SUV.
As for an organized union representation at KIA/HYUNDAI......I do not think so as the Company maintains a right to work status. My understanding is there are a small minority of former Union members from closed automobile factories who have obtained employment at KIA/HYUNDAI but organized union representation .....NO!
ehhh, I wouldn't be so positive on that. As for the right to work the Atlanta commerce has taken on a multi million dollar project to teach and train new workers, especially welders for Hyundia and the ship yards.

Mo later tater, I have to run for now, Aaron Tippin, Joe Diffie and Sammy Kershaw await.
Guessing

Erie, PA

#8 Mar 24, 2013
Support them for what?
Richard trumka

Coraopolis, PA

#9 Mar 24, 2013
Yes they are union made in Korea not in the US Alabama is a right to work state so as long as they are union made it does not matter what country gets your hard earned American dollars
Ironic

Erie, PA

#10 Mar 24, 2013
Richard trumka wrote:
Seen this bumper sticker on a Hyundai on peach st there hypocrisy knows no bounds got
"Seen" this...???!!!
"there" hypocrisy...???!!!

Grammar is the difference between knowing your sh*t and knowing you're sh*t... As with your bumper-sticker experience - "Image means everything"
Richard trumka

Coraopolis, PA

#11 Mar 24, 2013
Sorry I graduated when teachers did not get paid well so my education is substandard and thank you for pointing out my mistakes I hope it made you feel good about yourself and i was not making fun your car
Ironic

Erie, PA

#12 Mar 24, 2013
Richard trumka wrote:
Sorry I graduated when teachers did not get paid well so my education is substandard and thank you for pointing out my mistakes I hope it made you feel good about yourself and i was not making fun your car
1. Zero correlation between teacher pay and your achievement. A student may learn more from a $35,000/year rather teacher, instructor, educator, professor than a $50,000\yr. A mechanic that earns more does not necessarily perform better work either. 2) "Sorry' is a sign of weakness... blame the teachers, eh? Take some ownership and grab yourself a dictionary or check it on-line. Btw, those teachers sitting right next to you as you type the post? 3)"Feel better?" I never felt bad in the first place. I just hate to read something that comes across as if an uneducated 10-year old posted it. 4) You're dismissed.
LeeeeeeeeRoy

North Fairfield, OH

#13 Mar 24, 2013
Ironic wrote:
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1. Zero correlation between teacher pay and your achievement. A student may learn more from a $35,000/year rather teacher, instructor, educator, professor than a $50,000\yr. A mechanic that earns more does not necessarily perform better work either. 2) "Sorry' is a sign of weakness... blame the teachers, eh? Take some ownership and grab yourself a dictionary or check it on-line. Btw, those teachers sitting right next to you as you type the post? 3)"Feel better?" I never felt bad in the first place. I just hate to read something that comes across as if an uneducated 10-year old posted it. 4) You're dismissed.
me thinks you've been played...stoopid
ceo

United States

#14 Mar 24, 2013
if there was a limit on CEO salary, you wouldnt need unions.
only an idiot

Erie, PA

#16 Mar 25, 2013
Leonard Paduzka wrote:
Union workers are lazy, good for nothing, sheeple, who wouldn't stand a chance in the real world of earning a living. They're like a swarm of locust, who destroy everything in their path. I hate them. They're no different than the "Chimps" who drain our country's wealth down to nothing. Only an idiot carries a union card.
laughing all the way to the bank...
CRANK

Erie, PA

#17 Mar 25, 2013
only an idiot wrote:
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laughing all the way to the bank...
Until.......Hamermill happens to you. Or Steris. Or....
Reformed Unionist

United States

#18 Mar 25, 2013
UMMMMMMM! Were not Hammermill & Steris along with many others like Copes Vulcan,Skinner Engine, Riley Stoker, Zurns all long time Union represented Shops? It would seem to me a pattern has emerged .....being employed in a Union closed Shop puts your livelhood & future at serious risk.
Indoctrinated Unionists might not agree but the 93% of private sector workers who do not choose to belong to a Union have figured it out!
Abc

North Fairfield, OH

#19 Mar 25, 2013
unions aren't the problem... it's the lowlifes who join, support, and administer the union programs that are deficient... also... what kind of moron buys a jap or korean car in the first place.
Liberal realist

United States

#20 Mar 25, 2013
Abc wrote:
unions aren't the problem... it's the lowlifes who join, support, and administer the union programs that are deficient... also... what kind of moron buys a jap or korean car in the first place.
Morons who prefer quality, dependability,safety & good gas mileage.....By the way all of the major brands are assembled right here in America by American workers..
You might want to look under the hood or throughout your GM,Chrysler or Ford product & be amazed just how many genuine factory parts were sourced in Pacific rim countries including CHINA.
Reformed Unionist

United States

#21 Mar 25, 2013
Abc wrote:
unions aren't the problem... it's the lowlifes who join, support, and administer the union programs that are deficient... also... what kind of moron buys a jap or korean car in the first place.
Do you still heat your house with coal? Do you use candles or gas lights instead of electric lighting? Once these were the cutting edge of Technology...when things become obsolete , archaic or no longer relevant it is time to move & leave behind that which is no longer viable or useful.
Belonging to a Union today is like model railroading ....a hobby to pass the time but more expensive & nowhere as much fun.

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