Strike to have broad impact

Strike to have broad impact

There are 844 comments on the Batavia Sun story from Jul 1, 2010, titled Strike to have broad impact. In it, Batavia Sun reports that:

The laborers authorized a strike a couple of weeks ago and walked off their jobs Tuesday.

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#871 Sep 5, 2010
Barry Goldwater wrote:
GM failed because of corrupt top officials that signed labor contracts they couldn't sustain. The union labor didn't design autos that would not sell and did not allow far too many brands within GM. These top GM officials took their payoffs from unions and signed the deals. GM now has reduced the Divisions down to what should have been since 1970. Now public worker unions, yeah I'm afraid it is pretty bad. Very much like welfare but you have to show up four times a week.
God you are one pessimistic person is their anything you like besides yourself? Is your glass always half empty.
Common Sense

Coal City, IL

#872 Sep 8, 2010
Barry Goldwater wrote:
GM failed because of corrupt top officials that signed labor contracts they couldn't sustain. The union labor didn't design autos that would not sell and did not allow far too many brands within GM. These top GM officials took their payoffs from unions and signed the deals. GM now has reduced the Divisions down to what should have been since 1970. Now public worker unions, yeah I'm afraid it is pretty bad. Very much like welfare but you have to show up four times a week.
November will be the beginning of the end for big government controls.
Barry Goldwater

Lemont, IL

#873 Sep 8, 2010
friend wrote:
<quoted text>God you are one pessimistic person is their anything you like besides yourself? Is your glass always half empty.
Here, I will give you something positive. GM is poised for some success now. We will come out of our dire economic problems, somehow. We did it after just as down a time 1978-1982. I just don't know how. I just think the overall plan to reduce worker costs got out of hand. The corporate leadership planned on the American consumers refinancing their homes forever to pull the world economy. The only thing I see that concerns me is that Conservatives like Paul Ryan of Wisconsin (with good solid economic plans) still support the two wars that are bankrupting the country. The 1990's had growth because military costs were at all time lows. Now I will here from all the people that think that caused 9-11. Eisenhower spent his last twenty minutes warning Americans about their real future threat and we ignore it. So much for the positive. Positive just allows people to stay on the same self destructive course. It's like gee this is quite a church, too bad they molest little kids in the back.I am successful because I am a realist. If you need some fantasy, pick up a bible or blow your money at Disney. I am sure you are a caring person, just too enabling for your own good.
Common Sense

Coal City, IL

#874 Sep 9, 2010
Barry Goldwater wrote:
<quoted text>Here, I will give you something positive. GM is poised for some success now. We will come out of our dire economic problems, somehow. We did it after just as down a time 1978-1982. I just don't know how. I just think the overall plan to reduce worker costs got out of hand. The corporate leadership planned on the American consumers refinancing their homes forever to pull the world economy. The only thing I see that concerns me is that Conservatives like Paul Ryan of Wisconsin (with good solid economic plans) still support the two wars that are bankrupting the country. The 1990's had growth because military costs were at all time lows. Now I will here from all the people that think that caused 9-11. Eisenhower spent his last twenty minutes warning Americans about their real future threat and we ignore it. So much for the positive. Positive just allows people to stay on the same self destructive course. It's like gee this is quite a church, too bad they molest little kids in the back.I am successful because I am a realist. If you need some fantasy, pick up a bible or blow your money at Disney. I am sure you are a caring person, just too enabling for your own good.
It all boils down to one thing, control of Money. We desperatly need the reinstallment of the 1933 U.S. Glass-Steagall Act which Greenspan and others have contrived and had removed in the last 10 years. Removing it allowed the banks to play the markets with the peoples savings account money.

Greenspan and others are crooks and tied to international money controls.

A good film on the history of the removal of the glass-steagall Act is here.

http://www.larouchepac.com/gsfilm

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