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Asa Strike Vote!

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ASADriver said:
I vote NO! Look around fool!
So three years for nothing! Wake up and smell the sh!t, they will continue to reinterpret the old contract until we have basicly taken consessions. Sometimes you have to draw a line in the sand and say enough is enough. Out of curiosity where do you fall on the seniorty list?
 
outtahere said:
Anyone other than me think it's time?

Too bad Skywest bought you. You are in a better spot than you were. If you think life is bad, look to Comair's future. Ingrate.
 
Great!

Anyone other than me think it's time?

Another ASA chest thumper. Outtahere, get outtahere!
Now!!! :eek:
 
Disclaimer: My knowledge about the NMB and the legalities of going on strike is limited.

That being said, I find it hard to believe the NMB would release ASA pilots for a strike with a brand new owner. Logic suggests that the previous three years of negotiations are not relevant to the current situation. After all, it certainly isn't SkyWest, Inc. that's been dragging its feet in negotiations all this time. Patience is required to see how things will evolve. The winds of change seem unusually unpredictable lately.
 

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