Hey Boeing go to Texas

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John

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Hey Boeing go to texas, no state income tax, low sales tax and the best part no unions.
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Boeing is also considering sites in Charleston, Huntsville,Al. , Long Beach Ca., Philadelphia, and St.Louis. The union officials convinced the members that the talk of moving was just a threat to sway the vote. Too bad boys, now let your union feed your kids and pay your mortgage.
ThomasA

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Too bad people didn't take lessons from the exodus from Detroit and the death grip the unions had on the auto plants there. Better luck next time.......... Anybody want a house, CHEAP?
truth-facts

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Boeing get out why you can,you have a crazy tyraant council woman trying to take over.
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Would the last one out please turn off the lights?
Supercalafradgel istic

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Nov 22, 2013
 
The socialist city council woman, Kshama Sawant, wants the "workers" to "take over" the Boeing plant and produce "mass transit like buses" instead of "war machines."

With that kind of leadership on the City Council I doubt that any new businesses and absolutely no new factories will locate in the Seattle area.

I bet Obama and Valerie Jarrett are big fans of Ms. Sawant.

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Nov 24, 2013
 
And all the fools that vote people like this into office are also complicit in this. All this anti-business rhetoric from the open and not-so-open "liberals", who mostly are in power due to class agitation and eat-the-rich schemes is coming home to roost!

For the sake of future bigger businesses in WA, the union thuggery needs to be cut down a size or five. If you vote for these people, you must be happy now.

“Mess with these claws......”

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Carrollton, GA

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Nov 25, 2013
 
Boeing will take over soon.
Ex- El Paso Resident

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Dec 6, 2013
 
Supercalafradgelistic wrote:
The socialist city council woman, Kshama Sawant, wants the "workers" to "take over" the Boeing plant and produce "mass transit like buses" instead of "war machines."
With that kind of leadership on the City Council I doubt that any new businesses and absolutely no new factories will locate in the Seattle area.
I bet Obama and Valerie Jarrett are big fans of Ms. Sawant.
Southern states love Kshama Sawant.

She is bring us a lot of business.

Don't forget Seattle union hacks.

Lockheed is laying off more folks in aerospace right now as well as other companies.

Boeing may not have a hard time filling in those non union job positions in another state.

You bluffed and they called your hand.
Battery Stevens

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Dec 8, 2013
 
Ex- El Paso Resident wrote:
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Southern states love Kshama Sawant.
She is bring us a lot of business.
Don't forget Seattle union hacks.
Lockheed is laying off more folks in aerospace right now as well as other companies.
Boeing may not have a hard time filling in those non union job positions in another state.
You bluffed and they called your hand.
Texas would be a good home for Boeing. Just let the rest of the South have some of the satellite factories that supply it.

Even foreigners agree that the South has a better business environment. Just look at the auto industry.

Toyota plant in Georgetown, Kentucky

Nissan plant in Tennessee

The list could go on and on if anybody wanted to research it.
Cowboy Union Joe

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Dec 8, 2013
 
Keep away from Texas, we're going blue here, unions will soon rule....
Dixiecrat UMWA

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Dec 9, 2013
 
Unions in the South are not like unions in the north and northwest. No comparison. Southern unions are interested in the bread and butter issues of a fair cut of the profits in wages and benefits for the workers and working conditions. They don't have a far Left political-social agenda. Working people in the South tend to be very conservative folks.
Brian

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Dec 9, 2013
 
Loser democats run jobs away
No big ddeal...the Boeing wives can get jobs as stippers for extra money
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Dec 16, 2013
 
Lol...Strippers,I Love Me Some Strippers!!
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I think Boeing would do best by getting away from the union. If they do then the union workers will relocate to the new facilities. It's a win win. Lower wages but still good wages. But not paying a highschool graduate 36 dollars an hour to drive rivets. The true machinist, like operating a lathe and mill cnc or not will still get very good pay. The union pay is what is really the cause of all of this. How much does Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen pay for an assembler? Not 36 dollars an hour. And those employees are happy. Obliterate the union and move the majority of the assembly to another state and Boeing will be able to be in the States another 100 years. Stay in Washington and Boeing will not last another 100 year. Might not even last another 30.
Best solution

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#1 worker Chinese. Chinese worker is best, not lazy like fat Texan. Work all 18 hour day. Not mattering if union. Never sick, never late. Very cheap and never complain. First quality and also helpin China.
Brian

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Dec 21, 2013
 
Out of work union bozos
Priceless!
Dixiecrat UMWA

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A person passing by wrote:
I think Boeing would do best by getting away from the union. If they do then the union workers will relocate to the new facilities. It's a win win. Lower wages but still good wages. But not paying a highschool graduate 36 dollars an hour to drive rivets. The true machinist, like operating a lathe and mill cnc or not will still get very good pay. The union pay is what is really the cause of all of this. How much does Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen pay for an assembler? Not 36 dollars an hour. And those employees are happy. Obliterate the union and move the majority of the assembly to another state and Boeing will be able to be in the States another 100 years. Stay in Washington and Boeing will not last another 100 year. Might not even last another 30.
You argument might be valid except for one thing: the tremendous inflation in executive pay. Today executives make far far far more in proportion to even the highest paid assembly line workers compared to what the worker / executive ration was in 1950 it is obsene.
Dixiecrat UMWA

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Dec 27, 2013
 
An article (and a book) worth reading:

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/business/july-...
ThomasA

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Dec 28, 2013
 
Dixiecrat UMWA wrote:
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You argument might be valid except for one thing: the tremendous inflation in executive pay. Today executives make far far far more in proportion to even the highest paid assembly line workers compared to what the worker / executive ration was in 1950 it is obsene.
Agreed BUT the fact remains that the industry has to have the best brains available at the top in all phases of engineering, planning, assembly and marketing or there would be NO jobs at the lower levels. This holds true with all large corporations and these upper level jobs demand higher salaries. Everyone has the right and ability to educate themselves and make the big bucks but you have to realize there is a great lack of personal initiative in this country. Far too many want it all now without any effort and complain about those who worked for what they have.

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