Strike shuts down most terminals at Port of Los Angeles

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internet-joe wrote:

What part of NO does the union not understand?

Nov 28, 2012 10:53pm EST  --  Report as abuse
jaroca wrote:


What part of outsourcing do you not understand?

If someone threatens to do away with your source of income or reduce it in any way what would your response be?

Businesses get together and form their “Associations” to make industry decisions is OK but a group of workers sticking together for self preservantion is not?

Something seriously wrong with that outlook.

It is exactly that type of narrow mindedness that has eroded the working middle class. The jobs people held that actually do/did the work to build this nation are being eliminated.

What will you elitists do when the workers are finally broken? Who will make or move your goods? Who will pick up your trash, teach your snot nosed little brats, give you your medicine or empty your damned bed pans when you can no take care of yourself? Fight your fires, patrol your streets to keep you safe? Put your power lines back in place after a storm. Supply your drinking water?

Really!! Better stop and think about it very seriously because your attitude is what is driving the downward trend of quality jobs and education.

Cut costs on everything but never the profits at the top. Nice……….you’ve got yours and the rest can go to hell.

Go for’ll eventually get what you deserve

Nov 29, 2012 2:15am EST  --  Report as abuse
jimmy41654 wrote:

That is really bad, I have some cargo delay for 3 weeks to ship
finally we had it set up by Tuesday, then this happen. we will have
big loss on this strike issue since customer in overseas have to patient to wait any longer. We don’t know why this happen after the election? Can our president come put to say someting., thise union
people support him and voted for him, now should be the time for him
to come out not to let the situation fo worse

Nov 29, 2012 9:16am EST  --  Report as abuse
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