Should one of the rules Congress makes for lending the Auto mfr's billions, be that they?

dump all unions before the unions destroy EVERY business in America? How many of you see my logic? Union auto workers are making 35-70 per hour with all costs involved. NO one on earth is worth that, much less someone putting rivets in a glove box.

Asked By: Proper Gentleman - 12/19/2008
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Lets see.. $75/hour to screw a fender on a car? Even at $30/houre that is a crime. And people are amazed why American cers can not compete in the international market. I mean really. I am sure there is a bit more to it than that, but come on! Feck the unions. The birth of the labor movement was the end of... More
Answered By: Chef - 12/19/2008
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I would give them a hundred billion if they dumped the unions.
Answered By: whiteshugga - 12/19/2008
Answered By: The Wise One - 12/19/2008
Yes, because there's nothing that destroys this country more than well paid workers with good benefits. NICE JOB GENIUS!
Answered By: mr_crankypants - 12/19/2008
You'd have to display some logic first before it can be seen.
Answered By: fanaticsrscary - 12/19/2008
that happens and everyone suffers. without collective bargaining wages will be reduced for everyone. America becomes a third world nation.
Answered By: Golden - 12/19/2008
I agree. Getting out of bed with the Unions would be the way to go but the Dem's in Congress are bed hoggers. Congress needs to get out of the bed of education, get out of the bed of Banking, get out of the bed of Planned Parent Hood etc... It's time Congress got out of bed and made it!
Answered By: Lady B - 12/19/2008
You have to be kidding? Obama and the Democrats owe the unions big time. The are going to repay them by getting the Employee Free Choice Act passed. The unions will then be free to ruin every business in this country.
Answered By: Return of Bite My Shiny Metal... - 12/19/2008
ARE YOU KIDDING ME???? Union workers do NOT make that much money! Do you even KNOW a union worker?? Probably not, since you've been misinformed. Even the worker who has been there the longest at GM is only making LESS than 30 and hour. And these new hires are making 15! Their benefits don't even kick it until... More
Answered By: hesitant_smile - 12/19/2008
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