Former employees of the City of Oxford Whirlpool plant will not be allowed to talk about how the plant's shutting down will affect their circumstances.
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#1 Jan 27, 2009
I think that it is remotely irrate and ridiculous that the employees of Whirlpool are not allowed to talk about how the closing down of a plant that most of them have worked and dedicated numerous years to. These people are entitled to thier freedom of speech. When are the people who are mandating that these people not speak on the effects that the closing of this plant will have on them, ever get out of the slave mentality.
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