Why There Will Never Be another Auto Assembly Plant Built in the United States

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There was a time that Unions were necessary.  I remember reading Upton Sinclair's, book "The Jungle" and thought about how horrendous America was to let workers operate in the conditions that were so prevalent in the days of the Chicago Stockyards. 

Flash forward to 2010.  The balance of power has switched so much that Chicago is on the verge of bankruptcy.  The Unions are killing conventioneering in Chicago.  Chicago used to be one of the top three convention centers in North America, but between Chicago having the highest retail tax in North America, and the Unions chokehold on the economic flow, it's nothing short of horrendous. 

Watch this 3 minute video!!!!! 


Listen to the last few sentences,

and you'll see why the big three are leaving the United States.

Ford wants to build one of these plants in the United States, but the U.A.W. won't allow this sort of integration.  Go figure.  Go bye, bye, U.A.W.  You won't allow it, so you miss 100% of the jobs that this plant would create.

Our American Auto Companies have figured it out and are right in their desire to move offshore.  There's no way that American Unions would allow this to happen in the United States.  So the Union reps will just have to bitch and moan about how there's no work.  It's their own fault and for whatever reasons, I can't believe that they can't see the forest through the trees. 

It's time for them to take a hard look inside and consider re-tooling unionization from the inside out.




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Mary Kay Hopkins
Mary Kay Hopkins, LLC e-PRO, GRI, CRS, CRB

Thanks for the explanation, Larry.

Sounds like the UAW missed the memo that competition (and sharing) makes things better.

July 14, 2010 03:52 PM
Anonymous #11

The UAW has destroyed the automotive industry to the same extent that the teachers' unions have destroyed the school system.



July 15, 2010 12:16 AM
Tony Toto
The Walking Traveler
Freelance Writer - Travel

Yet, they want us to keep consuming, when we do not produce anything.  This action cannot cannot be sustained.

July 15, 2010 10:46 AM
John Mosier
Prescott's Patriot REALTOR & Land Man 928 533-8142
High Country Realty - Prescott - AZ

I think there could be more plants built in the USA, but they will be in right-to-work states. I still believe the bad press that Toyota got relative to recalls was, at least partially due to the fact that many, if not all Toyotas are built by non-union labor.

We used to have a thriving steel industry in western PA. That industry is no longer in existence, mostly as a result of the labor unions.

The economy of the State of Michigan may never recover from the damage caused by out of control unions. The same situation also exists in California as well as other states.

Does anyone have data showing economic indicators by right-to-work states?

July 15, 2010 11:57 AM
Lane Bailey
Realtor & Car Guy
Century 21 Results Realty

There will be more plants built in the US, but they won't be union plants... and that means that until there is a reasonable balance in power between unions and management, the 'big three' won't be building the plants. 

To balance the power, give companies the ability to fire any worker that strikes.  If the work isn't worth doing for $x, they don't need to do it.  And companies wouldn't want to mass fire employees, because they are expensive to replace if they are skilled...

July 15, 2010 10:03 PM

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