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Discussion in 'Delta Air Lines' started by townpete, Apr 6, 2015.
Thanks also to all of the DL frontline employees working today.
Let the force be with you!
Unions continue to fight to stay relevant and ensure their survival first, then fight for members!
Care to back your photo with some facts?
Let me get you started since your skills are very limited:
The Unions Didn't Bankrupt Detroit, But Great American Cars Did
Read it S L O W L Y and maybe you can understand a little of it, sorry couldnt find any pop-up books which would have made it easier for you to understand.
DL employees are VERY well informed about their choices which is why they have consistently voted against further unionization among DL's largest workgroups
the proof is that there are 20K less union members at the combined DL/NW than there was on the day of the merger.
of course it's all fraud if DL employees don't vote for the IAM.
They are smart enough to know what they are voting for - not once but time after time after time.
and their paychecks validate that they made and continueto make the right decision in rejecting the IAM.
Hard to vote when other people steal your legal right to do so out from under you...
As for DTW, here's a thought provoking piece that lays waste to much of the RW messaging about the Motor City.
just to be clear, no vote was stolen from anyone.
If there was really sufficient interest for a vote, no fraud would have detailed it.
and it still won't.
If the interest is there, the vote will move forward and those who were involved in vote tampering will be prosecuted - as they should be and as I COMPLETELY SUPPORT.
You don't know that at all.
just answer the question, Kev.
Tell us how the vote was robbed from anyone.
I want to hear from YOU.