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    Quote Originally Posted by sambo View Post
    I guess we could go back to being slaves and they could call you BOY and then we could compete again!
    I work in a non union manufacturing plant and I make pretty damn good money for my area and age. I have about the best benefits of any company in our area. Guess what? I don't have to subtract union dues out of my paycheck. More money for me and more money for our company, which makes us more competitive in the market...


    Oh sh1t...gotta go...I hear da boss callin....


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    .....and many of the benefits you enjoy today are the direct result of unions fighting for them. remember that and be grateful.-Paul
    there's no good reason to fatten up a retriever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    Franco,

    when was the last time you actually produced something? you know, a tool, or a piece of manufacturing machinery or durable goods?

    i happen to believe that your chosen line of work is a big part of our economy's problem. why work towards making something better or cheaper if you can bombard the consumer with catchy phrases and get them to buy an inferior product that an american company is having manufactured overseas?

    your advertisers are spending huge sums of money that could be used to modernize manufacturing processes, production facilities, and fuel innovative research that would result in the U.S. being better able to compete with foreign manufacturers. instead they buy advertising and send REAL jobs overseas.

    i know it's fun to union-bash, but the reality is that worker's wages are a small fraction of the manufacturing industries' costs of operation.

    as a nation, we need to depend less on fossil fuels. we need to expand our nuclear power capabilities and tap the wind, sun, and tides. and we need to do it with american machinery built in America.

    i would love to see you live on minimum wage for 6 months. just you. no dependants. bet you would have a diffrent song to sing then.-Paul
    I'll leave the catchy phrases to thier Advertising Agencies. Our two largest advertisers are the local Chevy store and the Ford Dealer Association.

    Obvious that you know not what you write about!

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    As far as the attack on my chosen profession; I've done very well over the last 30+ years helping buisness create more sales.

    What do you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    .....and many of the benefits you enjoy today are the direct result of unions fighting for them. remember that and be grateful.-Paul

    You are right Paul, but that is also the point.....no longer needed we have enough worker protection
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    try to keep up now, Franco....

    what do you suppose the radio advertising budget is per year nationwide? LOTSA zeroes behind some kind of a number.

    i told everyone exactly what i do in the thread i started on here a couple months ago. i've been a shipbuilder in one form or another with the same company since 1976. we build nuclear powered warships.-Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    try to keep up now, Franco....

    what do you suppose the radio advertising budget is per year nationwide? LOTSA zeroes behind some kind of a number.

    i told everyone exactly what i do in the thread i started on here a couple months ago. i've been a shipbuilder in one form or another with the same company since 1976. we build nuclear powered warships.-Paul
    Well, if you think products like Ford, AT&T, Apple, are inferior then there is no helping you.

    But then, you do promote socialist ideals here on RTF with you anti-buisness chatter.

    Now you are against advertising, the means in which free enterprise promotes thier products & services.

    Maybe you have been wearing that hard hat too tightly!
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    It's hard to compete with a bowl of rice! It use to be a sack of bean and some flour and lard for tortilias, but that not cheap enough anymore.

    I wonder if that non-union worker/republican would except a bowl of rice and a tax cut so that his boss could make more money and pay less tax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambo View Post
    It's hard to compete with a bowl of rice! It use to be a sack of bean and some flour and lard for tortilias, but that not cheap enough anymore.

    I wonder if that non-union worker/republican would except a bowl of rice and a tax cut so that his boss could make more money and pay less tax?

    Are they serving that at IHOP also? Yum, Yum.


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