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April 26, 2005

Clueful Union Organizing

-- by Thomas Leavitt

No Hard Hats Worn Here

I especially like the bit where the scum-sucking corporate capitalist sends the workers a separate check from a different temporary company (at the same address as the primary one) to cover any hours worked beyond the normal 40 hour limit. Boy and howdy, we can't be paying time and a half on a $7.50 per hour base wage, can we? That'll just break the bank.

Bastards. I hope they get sued, big time. Eliot Spitzer, where are you? :)

I look forward to seeing more stories like this.

Posted by Thomas Leavitt at April 26, 2005 7:17 PM

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I pledge allegiance to the Price Tag of the United States of MEXA/CHINA and to the Great WAL/MART for which it stands.

One Nation Undermined, Devisable with Management’s view of NonUnion liberty and Injustice for ALL.

Low Price tag guarantee:

We buy from off shore to cut the throat of American Labor.

Expected Consequence:

China will Buy us (USA) with out firing a shot. (Like Japan bought Oahu.)

Even the Playing Field:

Look for a Union Label or products made in the United States of America.

While you can still find them!

Out Sourcing is Un-American Trading!

By Roy Olsen

Posted by: pushn70 at April 27, 2005 10:23 AM

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