Unions Now Repackaging Definition of “Intimidation”

…to mean “when they’re standing on YOUR front porch ~ UNINVITED ~ and you have to chase them off”.

Union cancels Boeing vote, claiming gun-toting workers told it to take off

The union looking to organize workers at Boeing’s South Carolina plant has put its plans in a holding pattern, claiming workers are so opposed to signing up that they chased labor leaders off their porches at gunpoint.

In Florida we mighta coulda have shot them. Castle Doctrine and all.

7 Responses to “Unions Now Repackaging Definition of “Intimidation””

  1. JeffS says:

    As a resident of Washington State, from whence the Boeing plant came (thanks, in no small part, to union machinations), I can only note my disapproval of the South Carolinians at not having shot the union a$$hats.

  2. David Crawford says:

    The unions were the reason Boeing moved their corporate headquarters from Seattle to Chicago. Way to go unions.

  3. Kathy Kinsley says:

    “In Florida we mighta coulda have shot them. Castle Doctrine and all.”
    Yeah – it’s too bad they weren’t on my front porch. Could use some target practice.

  4. Kathy Kinsley says:

    @JeffS – seems waving guns worked, and I don’t think they have Castle Doctrine in SC. You don’t actually have to shoot cowardly bullies. Much as I’d like to. 😛

  5. JeffS says:

    grumble grumble grumble…..

  6. aelfheld says:

    The union filed an unfair labor practice with the National Labor Relations Board in which it alleged that “two organizers were threatened at gunpoint and others reported hostile and near-violent confrontations,” according to a union press release.

    Apparently union ‘organizers’ don’t understand ‘get off my property’.

  7. Kathy Kinsley says:

    @aelfheld – well, it’s about time they learn, isn’t it? 😀

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