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Graham gets credit for Lordstown success, not blame for GM failures

Published: Sun, December 5, 2010 @ 12:00 a.m.

In response to the ranting of a writer from Newton Falls last Sunday, take off your blinders and look around at our area.

While all around Ohio and the United States factories were closing or cutting back, our area was increasing employment at Lordstown. GM added about 900 new jobs and we have a new product that is a great quality car produced at a cost that allows GM to make money. The UAW, under Jim Graham’s leadership, has improved productivity and quality over the last six to seven years.

For the last 10 years, the membership at Lordstown has taken concessions by a membership vote. We are not management where changes are pushed down to you nor did we ignore the fact that GM was losing market share and in turn profits.

We agreed to no raises, no cost of living increase, reduced our holidays, changed retiree health care from GM to the UAW Health Care Trust for all retirees (which saved $20 billion for GM), agreed to a new hiring rate with a changed benefit structure for all new hires, changed work rules, combined skilled trades and the list goes on and on.

The writer blamed Jim Graham for the demise of Lordstown, but we are still here and stronger.

A bankruptcy is done by the directors of a company, not by a union president. Companies and individuals who cannot pay the debt they have created have a legal right to file for protection under the law to protect themselves from ceasing to exist. GM did all of that. But whether we agree or disagree with that action, it wasn’t due to Jim Graham’s leadership.

If you are a Delphi salary or hourly retiree, you have a right to be upset. You got shafted, but it wasn’t because of Jim Graham. Jim Graham has been involved with trying to help the Delphi situation for those of you who lost out because of the bankruptcy.

Jim Graham would be good for our area. He has led our union through financial times.

If you’re not working, your two hours per month union dues don’t come into the union. Jim has cut activities of our union, reduced the amount of union paid time off, laid off some of the secretaries and managed our treasury very well. He gets involved in problems and finds solutions to tough questions. He manages a large elected group of unionists, manages membership of 3,200 and growing, is involved with the running of our plant through Key 4 (Plant Manager, Comptroller, President of the UAW and Shop Chairman of the UAW) processes to upgrade the operations of the Lordstown Assembly plant.

Jim brings all that experience and leadership ability to the mayor’s office.

Bill Bowers, Warren

Bowers is retiree chairman of United Auto Workers Union Region 2B.


1Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Fair !!!! You did not work for GM or belong to the UAW . You have no clam on them. You did not join the UAW when you could have. When you worked for Delphi you did everything you could do to hurt the union and workers . WHAT PART OF THAT DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND . Get over it and be thankful for what you got.

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2Traveler(606 comments)posted 4 years ago

I have said it before what happen to you and other Delphi workers was wrong. But it is also water under the bridge its done. No one can or will change it. You need to move on if for no other reason but your health.
Its not good for anyone to stay bitter and anger like you are. I am guessing you are a older man to be this pissed off about your retirement. Dont ruin what is left of your life being anger at GM go enjoy what time you have left with your family.

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3borylie(832 comments)posted 4 years ago

FairandEqual,I'm all for people like you. So many give up their fight for something when they get worn down and marginalized. You're fight is in my opinion just and I hope you keep up the good fight and that you and the other salaried retirees get what you'll deserve and worked for,soon. Merry Christmas.

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4TylerDurden(367 comments)posted 4 years ago

"The writer blamed Jim Graham for the demise of Lordstown, but we are still here and stronger."

Here's reality: GM was the wost run corporation of the last 25 years in this country. They were given 50 billion dollars before they filed bankruptcy. They were given special treatment during bankruptcy that no other companies receive. This includes the little known 45 BILLION dollar tax breaks over the next few years IN ADDITION to 50 Billion in taxpayer money. Companies look real good to invetsors when they know they will not be paying income tax for the foreseeable future.
These are the reasons GM is still here, NOT due to anybody who worked there or in affiliation with them.

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5Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Free You did not work for GM when Delphi went bankrupt . GM had nothing to do with you or your company .You and you counterparts cried and cried that GM was holding you back so they let you go .Now you want them to pay for your failure . And it was people like you who caused the failure. You just took and took for years and when the pot ran dry you want somebody you did not work for at the time to bail you out . You need to get over and go buy a GM car :)
To make up for all the lies you tell about them

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6Silence_Dogood(1388 comments)posted 4 years ago

You are a HYPOCRITE and a fool.

Listen to YOUR own words.

"Now you want them to pay for your failure . And it was people like you who caused the failure. You just took and took for years and when the pot ran dry you want somebody you did not work for at the time to bail you out . You need to get over and go buy a GM car :)"

This is the EXACT thing that you and your fool co-workers demanded and got from the Federal Government and by extension the American Taxpayers.

Tyler Durden is right on the money with the numbers that he has posted,he just failed to mention the sweatheart deal that only applies to that overpriced golf cart the Volt, $7,500 of aid to GM for eack golf cart sold.Ford cars dont get this deal of $7,500 for each car sold do they, Ford did not get $45,000,000,000 in tax breaks did they. Ford did not get $50,000,000,000 from the Federal Government to stay afloat did they.Ford did not get $6,700,000,000 in TARP money did they. The answer to those questions is HE!! NO.

Why is it that you demand the taxpayers pay for YOUR failures, but not anyone elses.


Buy a car from a real American Company.

Buy a FORD.

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7cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Silence....The money was LOANED to GM and is being paid back. FnE isn't asking for a loan, he is a cry baby that wants a company other than the one he worked for to GIVE him money. See if you can figure out the difference.

Let him get the money from Delphi. They didn't go out of business they just moved his job overseas to take advantage of the tax breaks that bush/cheney and the republicans gave them to do so.

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8Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Free you are just full of BS and you know it and why . We know who you are and the things you did at Delphi. You should have been fired Not given a bailout by the government .
You did not work for GM and all you want to do is hurt those that do and make great cars.

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9Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Fair You are just full of hate for your own failures You did this not GM.I feel sorry you . But you and your type at Dilphi did this to your self .Get over your hate before it eats you up .

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10Silence_Dogood(1388 comments)posted 4 years ago

You stated "The money was LOANED to GM and is being paid back".
Now lets put some facts on the table...
The LOAN was the tarp money which totaled $6,700,000,000 , of which every penny was paid back.It should be noted that the money that was PAID BACK , (money that was used to pay back the loan did in fact come from the Government )in essence came from the money that was freed up by the Government(greatest shell game in financial history) taking over and above 60% OWNERSHIP of Government Motors, That only cost the taxpayers $50,000,000,000. Now with the recent sale of stocks the Government was to get back $22,000,000,000 but for some reason Government Motors failed to pay back its initial payment in full. So they are still in debt to the taxpayers for well over $28,000,000,000.
Now for the Taxpayers to get back the rest of its money and reduce the Governments ownership in GM to nothing, the stock price will have to more the double from where it is selling for today. And that is NOT going to happen when you look at the line up of the cars that they plan on selling in the short term(next four years), and you just cant look at it in direct dollars either, what do you think the interest payment for the $50,000,000,000 loan that we had to take from CHINA comes to. Granted there was no DIRECT LOAN for this, but it is after all the greatest SHELL game ever that the Government is pulling(we still had to go begging to China for money ) over every ones eyes.
Which brings us to the last point. WHY is it that GM gets these $45,000,000,000 breaks in its taxes and other Companies don't get them. These breaks are in fact a free gift of cash assets that every other Company would have to pay to operate in America.Why can't Ford get these tax breaks, why can't Honda of America get these tax breaks.

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11Nunya(1356 comments)posted 4 years ago

Review ALL the candidates for mayor voters

Not to smite him but Jim Graham has been no savior to GM like the Bill Bowers character is lying that he is and or was.

That honor " Savior to GM " goes to president Obama and the Democrat and Independent party members in the house and senate,.. Republicans wanted to kill GM.

Not being one to pander for popularity by merely saying what sounds good. Personally I've buy American vehicles a while back. Solely because they've been made poorly and were over priced compared to other better quality / value performance vehicles available.

I hope them the best in resurrection because they employ fellow Americans. To wit to be fair I'm re-looking at what they're marketing now.

But I'm a value buyer and not a sucker merely for a mere " home grown " slogan. So IF I ever buy another GM, Ford or Chrysler product ever again.

It won't be based on a slogan nor placing their interest of profit before that of my demand for quality, value and reliability.

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12cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Silence.... You claim the rest of the loan wont be paid back. I'll bet you're one of the people that claimed none of it would be paid back. Those people were wrong then just like you're wrong now.

So GM still owes 28 billion to the American tax payer. That's how much bush/cheney spent in Iraq every two and a half months for six and a half years. The GM money will be paid.

dick cheney saw his halliburton stock go up 3000% because of the Iraq investment. What did anyone else get?

At Least the loan to GM saved millions of jobs and those workers are paying taxes. Anyone who thinks that saving the American auto industry with a loan that will be paid back was a bad idea is an idiot.

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13Silence_Dogood(1388 comments)posted 4 years ago

cambridge could you please show me in my above posts were I am wrong as you stated "Those people were wrong then just like you're wrong now."
As for "saving" the American auto industry, I was unaware that Ford , a great American institution, needed any saving.

Now as far as your ramblings about Cheney, Haliburtin, and your LIE about a 3000% increase in some stock that I could not give a darn about, I could not give one wit. You can live in the past with all your hate , I don't care one iota. Obama is the president, if you would like to talk about him that is fine but please lay off Cheney for Gods sake the man is out of office and a few steps away from death (will that make you happy or sad to see your personal boogy man go away). Any way don't forget to take your psychotropic meds today and have a good night.

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14Silence_Dogood(1388 comments)posted 4 years ago

cambridge could you please show me in my above posts were I am wrong as you stated "Those people were wrong then just like you're wrong now."
As for "saving" the American auto industry, I was unaware that Ford , a great American institution, needed any saving.

Now as far as your ramblings about Cheney, Haliburtin, and your LIE about a 3000% increase in some stock that I could not give a darn about, I could not give one wit. You can live in the past with all your hate , I don't care one iota. Obama is the president, if you would like to talk about him that is fine but please lay off Cheney for Gods sake the man is out of office and a few steps away from death (will that make you happy or sad to see your personal boogy man go away). Any way don't forget to take your psychotropic meds today and have a good night.

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15cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Silence....Do you stutter? The link below says that I didn't lie about that dick's stock going up 3000%. The fact that he and bush to date wasted 3 trillion dollars on a unnecessary war in Iraq and a bungled one in Afghanistan is no big deal to you because now Obama is the president?


I want to ask you, was Obama saving GM and Chrysler with that loan good for America or bad for America? I want to see you post a comment and say that the loan to save those companies and jobs and all the companies and jobs that support them was bad for America.

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16Silence_Dogood(1388 comments)posted 4 years ago

cambridge when you are done spewing your nonsensical bullsh!t you can use the following like to look up the real growth chart of the value of haliburton,
stop spewing bullsh!t LIES and for once try using REAL STATS to back up your arguments, using bullsh!t LIES only makes you look like a real jackass.

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17cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Silence.....The link I posted shows the facts. What's the matter can't handle it?

I asked you a question. Do you think Obama loaning money to save GM and Chrysler and all the vendors, companies and jobs that support them was good for America or bad for America? It's a simple question, what's the problem? Don't you even have the gears to answer a simple question?

Oh, and tell the other fat Darrell and the USEless1/ProMerkin/Henery/Hank/Dorothy I said hi!

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18Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

There are no GM/Dilphi retirees . GM does not and have not for years owned Dilphi. Some of the workers did belonged to the UAW and got help . For those that did not belong to the union and never paid dues to the union and did their best to hurt the union and their neighbors .Now they are looking for a handout . BUY GM !!!!!!

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19Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Fair you are hopeless . All you want is a bailout for something you never had . Stop sitting in front of the computer and go out and get a job . Then you could buy a good GM car

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20walter_sobchak(1982 comments)posted 4 years ago

Silence_Dogood is absolutely on target about the auto bailout. Do some digging and you find out what a sham it is. Pure payback to the UAW. They should have been forced into bankruptcy court and forced to be straightened out. Now, GM is a nationalized company with the government sitting on the Board of Directors. Ford mortgaged their company to the hilt and turned their company changing the way they do business.

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21Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Fair So you can buy a new car Wow !!!! where did you get all the money for a new car . Did you get the money from stealing from Delphi like your fellow salary workers say. Or did Mom & dad buy it for you . . The way you talk you have no retirement no benefits were did you all he money? You sound like a cry baby with your mouth full . YOU ARE FULL OF BS

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22Woody(452 comments)posted 4 years ago


if Halliburton is so bad, why did Clinton originally sign the no-bid contract with them in the '90s?

Also why has Obama not broke the contract and gone with another company?

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23cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Woody....neither Clinton or Obama ever received a dime from halliburton. On the other hand cheney received 10's of millions. See if you can figure out the difference.

The contracts from Clinton were next to nothing compared to the billions given by cheney and the contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan were already in place in two wars that are winding down when Obama took office. It's obvious that the end of the war is not the time to change contractors. Nice try though.


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24Progress(58 comments)posted 4 years ago

900 new jobs???? Your kidding right?? How many "temporary" employees of that number at Lordstown are being REPLACED by higher wage workers from other states??

I know of a couple people who work there and I can tell you based on their experiences, Lordstown is doomed.

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25Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago


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26Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Blah, Blah ,Blah , Just BS over and over
GM just put 4 billion into the retirement fund of their retired employees YOU WERE NOT ONE. Get over it you screwed up

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27TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

Lots of negativity here. Sounds like some of you will cut your nose off to spite your face. If you're so ticked off at GM and Delphi that you'd even consider buying a foreign car and sending your money out of the country well then you're screwed up. Fight your fight any way you like but to manifest it in the action of buying a foreign car well..... you're just screwed up... making the company weaker that is paying the salary of many in the valley by buying foreign goods is not going to help your plight at all. sounds like sour grapes to me. With the people I see around me without jobs and hurting like never before I am grateful to have what little I have. I'll buy Chevy's til I croak.

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28Jake(112 comments)posted 4 years ago

The UAW priced GM cars out of the market from a labor standpoint, they cut corners elsewhere and sales suffered because they produced an inferior product. Now, instead of restructuring to an efficient cost model, taxpayers are bailing out these contracts.

To call that "success" is nonsense.

GM still has the same flawed business model - the one the UAW has fought to protect. The only difference is we're all paying for it even if we never buy one of their crappy cars.

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29TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

Fair. It's not about the content of the car. It's about the Nameplate. When you buy anything with an American namplate the bulk of the money stays in America which is why it is NOT good to buy a foreign nameplated product thats built here in the US. Your purchase pays the US worker a little bit of money for the labor and the vast majority of your loan goes out of our system and into the economy of the foreign namplated product weakening the US economy and stregthening that of the foreign economy but I'm sure you knew that. I can see you're ticked about Delphi and I don't blame you and believe it or not I support you. I just don't share your view of boycotting GM's products. I want to see them succeeed. You will have more of a chance of getting what you want if they succeed rather than fail. That's just common sense. There are other ways to make your point. Just my humble opinion, Sir/ma'am.

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30Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Closer , Fair does not care about who gets hurt or how much pain he give to his neighbors and their children. I know him and have been to meetings that he was at .Believe me he is just a bitter man and somebody who helped bring down Dilphi .I feel sorry for him and hope he can get over the fact that he did not work for GM . Maybe he should go to Toyota for his retirement , Dilphi also made parts for them .

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31TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

OK Fair. I'm going to try this one more time. I have the distinct feeling this is a futile attempt but I'm going to try none the less. BUY AMERICAN....PERIOD! That is my point, K? Are you too thick to grasp the concept? ALWAYS BUY AMERICAN NAMEPLATED PRODUCTS! You do know what an American nameplated product is I hope because that concept is key to you understanding my point. I know what the foreign material content is and was VERY well. That has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT! That's not the point. Never ever EVER say the Buy American concept is gone. It's gone if you don't understand why it is detrimental to the US economy, the US workers and ultimately US businesses. Why is it so hard for you to understand simple economics? I've read your posts. You sound like a very bitter, vindictive person. Things did't go your way and you're letting your bitterness cloud your vision. Delphi salaried got a raw deal. The fight isn't over. I hope they can come out on top and be treated fairly. I want to see GM suceed for many reasons and you should too. You think you have it rough? Go down south where the mere mention of a union will get your a$$ kicked. At least you have something to fight for. Those folks never had and never will and before you start, I was on both sides of the fence for many years, union AND salary. Get your head out of the sand, suck it up, fight your fight but because you are hurting don't wish it on your neighbor, the valley or it's businesses. I'm done with you. If you don't understand this I'll just ignore you cuz the gates is down, the lights is on but there ain't no train comin....understand? :)

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32Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago


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33TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

I think the cheese fell off your cracker

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34Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Right FAIR IT is better To Hurt your Friends and neighbors then to help out those that can help out you
But that is how you feel

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35TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

I was salaried not UAW. Had you read, understood and retained you would have known that. I don't have a comeback as I choose not to dignify your BS because that's all it is. You change your position with the wind. All one has to do is read your posts to see all you want to do is argue. I choose not to do that. I said my piece, made my point and I'm done. What's the sense in continuing a 2nd grade convo with you? Where's the iggy button on this thing anyway???

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36ront(119 comments)posted 4 years ago


i do know that if wanted a union, you could have gone through the process with the department of labor. a vote would have taken place. the salary employees at gm and delphi, before it was split off from gm decided they were better off without the union.

how's that working for you?

it's pretty pathtic that a union you didn't want; and now you want that same union to help you.

in conclusion. it is terrible what delphi has done to their retirees. if the wonderful democratic politicians that have run the mahoning vallet for so many years actually cared, they would do something.

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37TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago


Mark Hancock, 56, of Troy previously owned a Cobalt, even though the American-car loyalist didn't find it comparable to the Civic or Corolla.

"This was definitely in that league," he said of his new Cruze. "We liked the Cobalt, but this Cruze is unbelievable."

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38TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago


So far, Cruzes are selling far more quickly than analysts' 60-day benchmark.

GM started November with 9,000 Cruzes and had sold about 8,000 by the end of the month, Jim Bunnell, who manages GM's dealer network and sales support, said last week on a conference call with reporters and analysts. That's on target with GM's launch plan, Bunnell said.

Perry said, "I think we have an appropriate level of confidence in this vehicle."

Way to go Lordstown! I guess that one man boycott isn't doing too well...LOLOL

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39TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

You may think tea is just for drinking, but the beverage has many other weird uses.

Tea -- especially the type with a light scent to it -- acts as a "natural deodorizer." When used in a foot bath with warm water, in teabag or loose tea-leaf form, it can help curb stinky feet while also rejuvenating tired tootsies, especially after a long day of holiday shopping.

Here Free. I thought this would help you out. It'll make your foot taste better! LOLOLOL!!!!

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40TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

OOPS! I meant Fair....sorry

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41TheCloser(14 comments)posted 4 years ago

OOPS! I meant Fair....sorry

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42sonnype(71 comments)posted 4 years ago

The people of the valley should be thankful for the efforts of all parties that worked to insure GM presence in the valley.I see that many are upset with Obama and Ryan for loss of Benefits but the truth is that without the TARP funds that Obama made avaliable GM would not exist today and Delphi hourly employees would not be topped of on their pensions by GM brought about by the efforts of Congressman Ryan,Senators Brown and Vonivich and the support of others in the valley.Things could have turned out much worse as the Delphi Salaried people can testify to.

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43dawgalong(86 comments)posted 4 years ago

I know this is going to cause a S*** storm of replies, but when did GM become responsible for bailing out Packard, oops, Delphi? Neither company has ever stood on it's own. I know, a parts company is not suppose to make money, but it has always irked me that Packard employees somehow always acted as though the product they produced was significant.

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44redgpgtp(37 comments)posted 4 years ago

It's funny how people always say "their tax payers money" when once the government receives this money to run this country, the taxpayer really has no say in how the government spends it, other than via their elected officials. Once we pay our taxes it's not our money anymore, it's the governments money and we all know their not the best at managing it the way we would like to. The government raids SS funds to use for other purposes other than SS, gives money to illegal aliens who've been living here for years, uses money for a war that we cannot possibly win, now sending millions to Afganistan, some of which is being stolen by corrupt officials, etc., etc. Well, in a way they are doing what GM did in years past. Management destroyed this compaany by making decisions that would eventually lead to its demise, buying Saab, Hummer, and also investing in Fiat, when it already had 6 brands which where making lackluster cars in the first place that could not compete. They totally destroyed Saturn by not re-investing in it to improve the foothold they had in the 90's in the small car market but instead let the quality slip behind the Asian manufactureres who steadily improved their products to American satisfaction. Then they sold or mortgaged everything when money got tight to the point there was nothing left worth anything. The union failed to realize this and demanded perks based on false sense of prosperity that could not be sustained. Many didn't know the sad state GM had fallen into. Rick Wagoneer was making millions of dollars during times when GM was loosing billions and I've never heard anyone really point this out. The auto czar said this was the worst run company he'd ever seen in his career. Now that management has been tossed and a new team has been brought in, things are on the upswing. They are making good looking quality cars now that attract people to showrooms. I am a car guy and I really like what I see so this time the government did a good thing to intervene which brought about a dramatic change in the old boy corporate structure.

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45Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

WOW now we find out that the government is paying for the salary health cost . So they are getting all the pension they earned ( no supplements )
They would not join the union . And now they get their health benefits paid by the government . Boy they seen to have it all.
And they want more from GM who they did not work for

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46Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

No the lesson is to have a contract . It does not have to go through a union . Look at the Bankers paying out the big bonus and they were in bankruptcy but we were told the courts must let then pay the bonuses because they had contact . The point is never trust a company like some did with Delphi. I'm not pushing unions ,I have never belonged to one but I have done a lot of work for some of them .,and some of the compmies that have unions .

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47Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

They did it is called the PBGC .

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48cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Jessiedavid.....It seems you have the solution. Just pray on it.

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49cambridge(3107 comments)posted 4 years ago

Jessiedavid....Did you ever stop to think that when God was talking to bush like bush claimed that he told bush to give Delphi tax breaks to send those American jobs out of the country?

Maybe he already gave you his answer.

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50flyers_finest(5 comments)posted 4 years ago

"He manages a large elected group of unionists, manages membership of 3,200 and growing, is involved with the running of our plant through Key 4 (Plant Manager, Comptroller, President of the UAW and Shop Chairman of the UAW) processes to upgrade the operations of the Lordstown Assembly plant."

Bill, just an a FYI the key 4 is composed of the plant manager, HR director, Local UAW shop chairman and president. Thanks for being so knowledgeable in the daily operation at General Motors Lordstown.

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51Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 4 years ago

Boy I hope they would leave, may help some of my businesses . But China may not let them . The Great Wall Mart of China pulls their strings .

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