Skip to comments.Hostess workers say company’s collapse a strong message of union resolve
Posted on 11/17/2012 9:53:00 AM PST by chessplayer
BIDDEFORD, Maine Labor leaders in Maine say the resilience of the Hostess workers on the picket line at the companys Biddeford plant, which is in the process of being shut down after the company on Friday said it would liquidate the business, gives them inspiration in the face of what they believe have been ongoing efforts by politicians, including Gov. Paul LePage, and corporate investors to reduce union influence.
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I hope they all starve to death.
Stupid is as stupid does.
Yes, the unions have resolve...the resolve to do stupid things that cost them their jobs.
Some people are simply too stupid to live.
Yeah! That’ll show em!
They gave up their jobs because they're dumb. They should have dumped the union themselves and negotiated.
Wait until they get their first unemployment check and realize....Is that all there is???
Remember these are the same people who voted for
Obama, they ARE that stupid.
My mother always told me, “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you” Union members never learned that one.
Unfortunately they took some 13,000 non union workers down with them.
99 weeks of unemployment will help. Maybe the Democrats can extend it to 150?
With these two tools, the unions can forge the signatures of enough employees to force the unionization of any company without the consent of anybody.
This time next year, we'll all be paying union dues to the Democrat slush fund.
So are all these “Labor Leaders” going to pitch in and make sure that 18,000 families have turkeys for Thanksgiving, and have enough cash so that they don’t lose their homes?
Don’t worry, BarackOClaus will spend another $6 trillion of our tax money “bailing out” the Ding Dong union.
The Teamster’s union urged them to settle the strike so everyone could keep their jobs. What solidarity?
Bring on the collapse.
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