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Friday, January 14, 2011

UAW Tones Down Rhetoric, Issues Threat

In an obvious attempt to apply the lessons of the incendiary rhetoric the left says lay the groundwork for the recent shootings in Tucson, the United Auto Workers (UAW) has decided to issue veiled threats and levy unsubstantiated allegations against transplant automakers that produce vehicles in the United States and who are not unionized. However, in fairness to UAW president Bob King, he is assuring Toyota and Honda that the UAW has cleaned up its act and the foreign automakers have nothing to fear.

Unless, of course, they don't unionize - then, they're violating human rights.

Via AutoBlog:
After King informed the transplants that the dark side has no power over the UAW, he then went on to tell automaker management at Toyota and Honda that efforts to block the right to fair bargaining will be branded "human rights violators." King reportedly went on to accuse some transplants of spending millions to keep unions out of plants, adding "I would not want to be a company that was branded as a human rights violator." And what happens if the UAW feels the automakers are continuing to block workers' rights to vote for or against the right to organize? King says the next step is to stage global protests that could cost automakers "hundreds of millions of dollars" to combat.
Nothing like ripping a page out of ACORN's playbook, right?

h/t Weasel Zippers

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