Fire the lazy strikers

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Since: Oct 11

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#1 Dec 11, 2011
before cooper decides to move to china
funny

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#2 Dec 12, 2011
for 1, they are locked out, not striking, and 2, they wont 'move' to China, they are already there, but wages are now going up there, you look like a fool, please, be informed before looking like a fool, ty
Lmao

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#4 Dec 19, 2011
And why are they locked out?? Because their greedy..... Oughta be thankful they have a job at all.
Proud Union Member

United States

#5 Dec 19, 2011
Lmao wrote:
And why are they locked out?? Because their greedy..... Oughta be thankful they have a job at all.
Maybe they can find work in Atlanta. Apparently even those that can't distinguish between "they're" and "their" can find menial work or a handout there.

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#6 Dec 19, 2011
Lockouts over the holidays are a very effective tool once utilized by the great captain of industry Henry Clay Frick. This fine gentleman, along with others like him, provided jobs for all Americans. Thanks to the socialist unions now all of our jobs have been driven oveseas. Perhaps this s a rennasance of our industry groing again
No union No corruption

United States

#7 Dec 19, 2011
Or they could accept what they have and be proud to have it. I'm sure Cooper won't have a problem finding willing and able bodies to work for much less and have a smile on "they're" face when they do it.

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#8 Dec 19, 2011
Bridgestone broke thw urw...lets see if cooper can break the usw
No Union No Corruption

United States

#9 Dec 22, 2011
Make no mistake. Cooper Tire & Rubber WILL prevail. It's that simple.
american made

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#10 Dec 27, 2011
No union, just a quick question, before the lock out, cooper did hire, at 13.00 an hr, 70% turnover, why was that is the job is so great???
No Union No Corruption

Washington, DC

#11 Dec 27, 2011
$13 an hour base pay. Not that hard to dbl or even triple that with insentives. Cooper has never had a 70% turnover
No Union No Corruption

Bowie, MD

#12 Dec 27, 2011
Findlay has been for many years the highest paid tire factory in the country. Bridgstone, Goodyear, nobody pays more than Cooper tire in Findlay. Everyone knows what they're plan is & it'll not work

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#13 Dec 27, 2011
After that union is busted these tire bozos will be lucky to be making minimum wage and that is if anyone will even hire them.
BETTY BOOP

Findlay, OH

#14 Dec 28, 2011
icu_ wrote:
before cooper decides to move to china
STUPID PEOPLE

Since: Oct 11

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#15 Dec 29, 2011
Why not just sub tire manufacturing out to Yokahoma Tiree or Kuhmo? With the new Asian trade act signed by Obama the tariffs on foreign tires will b e ended and there will be big price drops. Consumers want cheaper prices, not overpaid union bozos working for more than they are worth

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