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Old 12-12-2012, 10:09 AM   #49
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Originally Posted by Green_Shine View Post
If people continue to be delusional that they will be paid far above the standard pay for a job with little to no experience at the expense of the consumers, tax payers and the very hand that feeds them, yes. UAW suffocated Detroit.

It is unfortunate because unions could have a place in the workforce, however their over reach, greed, thuggery and sheer hatred toward the very corporation that employs them destroyed any chance of their survival. Simply put, people are fvcking tired of their sh!t.
Nicely put
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