Corker has proved that he is easily led by GOP extremists. We thought he would be independent and intelligent. Sad to say, he's been captured by the crazies. He even opposes a UN treaty that assures human rights to the disabled even though it is already US law. Does he forget that many of our disabled are military veterans who were injured defending America?
After more than six decades of living gun-free, I feel sorry for those who feel they need to carry weaponry. I have lived in big cities, and small towns. Although potential "situations" occurred, none would have been improved by me having a gun. A gun would only have made things worse. I'd hate to live in the minds of the paranoid freaks who feel fatally threatened by the simplest encounters. Loud music? Ice tea? Popcorn?
The men and women doing the work get to vote. That's fine with me.
Maybe all those mouthy GOP politicians would rather have a job at VW so they can vote on whether to have a union. Maybe we can arrange that.
Funny, I thought the GOP wanted to keep government out of business decisions. Guess that's just until the business wants to work constructively with labor by forming a works council. Once again, we see that hypocrites abound in the GOP.
Excellent post, kkemerait.
The children of Chattanooga will not be grateful when they grow up and learn they've been fed ancient folklore as if were science, and myths that do not give them competency in the real world.
Ms. Smith, what happened to the right wing mantra of keeping government out of business decisions? Ahh, we see that's only when it agrees with your anti-labor agenda.
PT, why does it matter to you? Don't you want government out of business decisions?
Really, Joe? How is that going happen? Your comment is just an empty scare tactic with nothing to back it up.
VW's management wants a unionized workforce.
Why should "conservative" politicians object? Don't they want to keep government out of business decisions?
Ken Smith, your opinion about how VW workers should vote is worthless unless you work at the Volkswagen plant. The men and women who do work there get to make up their own minds about what is best for them and their workplace.