1. IndyPendant says:

    Seriously? Micro-unions? How about unfunded wars, a congress that can’t accomplish anything, or the unregulated greed of people who already have more money than they know what do with. Sheesh. I miss Sam Nunn.

    • Charlie says:

      Seriously? you present yourself as independent and in your first comment you go off on “unregulated greed of people who already have more money than they know what to do with”?

      Troll fail.

  2. ted in bed says:

    Why are go-along get-along republicans surprised when Democrats use the bureaucracy to advance their goals?

    Maybe Chambliss and Isakson should think about how their votes and desire ‘to work across the aisle” has empowered the bureaucracy that they are whining about today.

    I wish Georgia had Senators like Sen. Paul and Demint. Instead, we get soggy toast as our representative.

  3. saltycracker says:

    My experience with something like this was with two locations in the same town with different UAW contracts. It was a disaster for the union. No union likes a bunch of small shops, some with blowhard shop stewards, the infighting workers get screwed, the union business manager goes nuts trying to keep order, no one is happy and management looses good folks.

    Thanks – this made me think of some really funny negotiations with the UAW & Teamsters –

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