The Union and the Marxist/Progressives have given us many of their reasons why the workers said no thanks. The UAW and their fellow Marxist/Progressives claimed it was unfair tactics. Unfair tactics by the Republicans they cried. The Republicans made unfair claims about the benefits the UAW would bring to the workers. The Republicans made false claims about the intentions of Volkswagen should the union win. It was an unfair fight according to the union and the NLRB should call for another vote. With the current make-up of the NLRB, they just might.
The workers told a different story. The workers said they are being paid very well and their working conditions are excellent. I heard a worker say they wanted to keep negotiations local and not allow the outsiders to negotiate for them. Another worker said he saw no reason to pay dues to the union for representation. There is nothing the union can improve for us and the dues would just go to fund campaigns for Marxist/Progressive candidates, (he said Democrats but I changed it to the proper term). I heard another worker say Chattanooga is a very nice town and they do not want the unions doing to it what they did to Detroit.
The union is the heart and soul of Marxism. The union is to Marxism what the family is to society. The workers in Chattanooga said they believe in the concept of being paid on effort and production and not existence. These workers have witnessed the decay of not only the economic system of our country but of our society in total that has been brought about by the policies of the unions and the Marxist/Progressives. Thank you Volkswagen workers in Chattanooga for declaring your belief in the same concepts and principals of our founders when they established our nation.