Thread regarding Wabtec layoffs

all union plants must eventually close

You can't stay in business with a union. everyone knows this. 90% of the unions plants have been closed in the past 25 years, it's inevitable, no way to compete globally with that mentality

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Post ID: @OP+XSuul15

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Unions will be around for quite a while. In fact, the more these corporations flex their muscle...the more working people are going to demand union and union memberships will come back. I can tell you most working people are about fed up with corporations taking ALL the profits and leaving nothing for the man and woman doing the actual labor. I heard on the radio that King Sooper employees are going on strike in Colorado. Like I said...we're FED UP and their will be great retaliation by the working class...IN MASS.

Post ID: @giag+XSuul15

You can't stay in business when the elite keeps milking the companies for tens of millions of dollars. Stock holders lose, employees lose, the only winners are the elite. It would be different if these people were the owners but they are not. The stockholders are the actual owners but due to backhanded tactics, can't vote for change other than to sell the stock.

Just look at the tens of millions they awarded themselves over this one deal. It's the same everywhere.

Post ID: @2iso+XSuul15

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