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Forum Post: Grover Norquist Attacks the UAW

Posted 5 months ago on Feb. 6, 2014, 11:17 p.m. EST by shooz (17823)
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With the upcoming union vote at VW next week, anti union forces pull out their wallets in yet another attack full of lies.


Can anyone tell me if there an equal number of pro-union billboards around town as well?

Somewhow, I very much doubt it.



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[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 5 months ago

we've got billboards in Pacific Beach threatening people that try to get workers compensation for injury with jail

companies should be for the health of their employees

[-] -1 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago
[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 5 months ago

A public awareness campaign

some local white republican

does not want his workers reporting injuries

everyday, I hope the one responsible for this losses power

[-] -1 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

They act like it's easy to claim workers comp in the first place.

It isn't.

[-] 1 points by GirlFriday (17435) 5 months ago

The people want it, the corporation wants it but the Teathuglicans are fighting it.

[-] 0 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

In the war against workers, no lie is too big, if you can get it in the "press".


[-] 0 points by GirlFriday (17435) 5 months ago

Corker is the enemy of the people.

[-] 0 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

I wonder if he will make good on his threat of no more corporate tax breaks, if the plant goes UAW?

what a slimeball.


[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13427) from South Burlington, VT 5 months ago

as if anyone needed an excuse to want to cut billboards off at the ground . . .

did you know this post currently has a -1 number of comments? I find that interesting. By adding this comment it seems I have said nothing.

Sounds about right.

[-] 0 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

It's like I said, libe(R)tarians have co-opted this site, and they don't much care for unions.

Other people (unions) cut into their libe(R)ties.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (13427) from South Burlington, VT 5 months ago

lawn.raulian fools

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (13427) from South Burlington, VT 5 months ago

haha! This quote is spot on . . .

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[-] 0 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

Here's a last minute addition of AOL libe(R)tarian, Tim Armstrong.

Tim Armstrong.


Can see any logic to this beyond his own profit?

[-] 0 points by shooz (17823) 5 months ago

Don't forget.......Blame as much as you can on unions, after all, all that collective bargaining cuts into profits, and Wallstreet will still be demanding it's vig.