Friday, April 18, 2014

If This Doesn't Piss You Off....

Then you are incapable of anger. From American Thinker comes this outrage!

I think most informed folks will remember the auto workers who voted and rejected to allow the UAW to represent them at the Chattanooga Volkswagen plant a couple of months back. Well guess what? It appears there may be a do-over thanks to the Fascist assholes running the UAW and of all people, the suits at Volkswagen. And if I'm not mistaken the people at American Thinker predicted this might just happen right after the election results were tallied.

The destructive pigs (I.E. Detroit) of the UAW may just get the legitimate election results overturned because of comments made by Senator Bob Corker (R) of Tennessee. I guess Corker doesn't have the same First Amendment rights that other Americans (supposedly) have and wasn't supposed to opine on the upcoming vote. 

It's astonishing that the election could even possibly be considered to be invalid and have to be held again. But then again these are progressives and this is the same Omama regime who have packed the NLRB (illegally) to make this all possible. We are witnesses to the quiet but surely certain end of our Representative Republic if this is allowed to happen. One quote below from a San Francisco (surprise) State professor illustrates the thinking process that infects our Universities and confirms their twisted thought processes.

"The Volkswagen election showed the extraordinary lengths to which Republican lawmakers and anti-union organizations are prepared to go in order to subvert workers’ right to choose a union," writes John W. Logan, a professor and director of labor and employment studies at San Francisco State University. "Whatever the eventual outcome at Chattanooga, they must never get away with this election chicanery again."

Click on the American Thinker link above to read more. I'm stunned but not surprised. Is it even possible for me to be both? Not when it comes to unions, progressives, and the Omama regime. I'm beyond anger!

UPDATE: Well I'll be damned if the UAW didn't back off when the election results were on the verge of an arbitration. Of course the battle isn't over. The unions in America are desperate. Look for more to come and read about the update and union capitulation here.


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