Union Goons Meet Southern Hospitality

Posted April 24th, 2015 by Iron Mike

Union organizers are a few steps lower than pimps,  democrats,  and street pushers;…a wholly scurrilous lot of two-legged lying weasels.
Southern Hospitality

They were recently met by true “Southern Hospitality” when they were invited OFF the front porch of some Boeing employees, – at gunpoint!

The IAM [International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers] has been trying to unionize the giant new Boeing Plant in Charleston, SC, – the very same one that Obama tried to stop from being built.

It’s non-union right now, and South Carolina is a right-to-work state.

It would be a major political and morale victory for the AFL-CIO to organize this Boeing plant – and rule the roost the way they do in Seattle.  So the IAM brought their organizing bus and their street weasels to town…

But workers in the South are a bit smarter than those in the North.

They’ve watched hundreds of factories relocate from up North to job-friendly Southern states – and they understand the next landing place for these jobs are either Mexico, China, or India.  They get it!

So the weasels followed some Boeing workers home [standard tactic = “we know where you live”] and asked them to sign them up. The Southern Gentlemen promptly showed them their 9mm felt-tips….

…and with that the IAM withdrew it’s petition to hold a union election in Charleston.

Bye-bye assholes.  Why do you think Boeing wanted their fuselage assembly plant in Charleston anyway?

Boeing Charleston

Don’t you just love a happy ending?

3 Responses to “Union Goons Meet Southern Hospitality”

  1. Flick

    I’ve seen firsthand what the UAW did to Mack Trucks in Winnsboro. Unemployed folks happy to be working are now again unemployed. From thriving SC jobs to weeds growing through the property. 3,000 sq. ft. homes now sell for <90K. You can bet the organizers are long gone, looking to 'improve conditions' elsewhere.

  2. Vic

    My plant here in MA (with UAW labor) will be closing its doors after 130 plus years and heading to Right to Work Florida later this year.

  3. Jacob Marley

    Hello from Jacob Marley.