Chiron's comment history

Chiron said...

I could not believe anyone could consider voting FOR unionization. First of all, joining a union is admitting that one does not have the skills and abilities to earn a living without the strong arm backing of a collective. Secondly, looking at what unions have done to Chrysler and GM, voting for a union would be like hoping to get back into the unemployment line. Thirdly, one need only to look at the association of labor unions with organized crime--we are known by the company we keep! If one studies the history of Chattanooga, one finds our city was once the 9th largest manufacturing city in the world--that was before the unions came in and strangled all the factories who went where? You've got it; OVERSEAS! Now, with VW committing to our city, Chattanooga has a chance to rise from its ashes.
Don't blow it people!

March 23, 2013 at 12:08 a.m.
Chiron said...

I could not believe anyone could consider voting for unionization. First of all, joining a union is admitting that one does not have the skills and abilities to earn a living without the strong arm backing of a collective. Secondly, looking at what unions have done to Chrysler and GM, voting for a union would be like voting to get back into the unemployment line. If one studies the history of Chattanooga, one finds our city was once the 9th largest manufacturing city in the world--that was before the unions came in and strangled all the factories who went where? You've got it; overseas. Now, with VW committing to our city, Chattanooga has a chance to rise from its ashes. Don't blow it people!

March 22, 2013 at 12:49 p.m.
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