A lot of this union talk got me wondering what other nonsense might be bouncing around in the vacuous minds of many of our 'esteemed' colleagues here at USMB. Please explain why you think more companies don't oust the union(s) they are contractually beholden to when those contracts expire. The correct answer is simple and obvious, the value of the collective union labor force is too great to risk it. But I'd love to see what knd of utter bullshit some of you douchewagons can come up with on the subject. I dare you.