Wednesday, August 28, 2019

FEAR KANSAS CITY CLAYCOMO FORD STRIKE VOTE COMING SOON?!?!?

Preview of continued local harsh times and a decision that could put Kansas City metro residents at an economic disadvantage heading into tougher economic times. Checkit:

Claycomo Ford plant workers vote on potential strike

CLAYCOMO, MO (KCTV) -- Local union workers are considering whether they will strike. The Ford plant in Claycomo is in negotiations with the United Auto Workers Local 249 union. This week, 7,000 workers are voting for or against a strike. Voting started Monday and ended at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Worthless POS's. Unions are the absolute bane of American industry.

Anonymous said...

Try working in that shit hole for $16 an hour to start and catching hell if you don't drive a Ford. F..them.

Anonymous said...

OK guys, here is the plan. We're going to vote to strike! It's going to be a good deal, I promise. After all the Ford F150 sales are falling and we have to strike now before they decide to sell the plant to Volkswagen. What do you mean that makes absolutely no sense? Aren't you a loyal Unite Auto Workers member? Solidarity not Sanity!

Anonymous said...

So I just heard that the lemmings at Claycomo voted by a large margin to authorize a strike. The UAW has a history of using that muscle to get a contract. You do realize that the F150 is fading sales wise right? You do realize that GM and Ram and Toyota and Nissan are going to eat well while you walk the picket line, right? You people are not just stoopid, you're Really Fucking STOOPID! Maybe Ford will just shutter Claycomo. What did Harley Davidson do to it's KC plant? I believe they closed it. Didn't even consider that before you voted did you? There are empty and under utilized plants all over America they can shift production to, they won't be needing you.

Anonymous said...

Union "leaders" once again fail those that pay their salaries. Unions are completely outdated and unnecessary today.