Doug Altner writes in American Thinker about the rejection of the United Automobile Workers union at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, arguing that distrust and skepticism towards unions is well founded:
Unions are infamous for bogging down businesses with counterproductive work rules, damaging industries with frequent strikes, instilling an “us versus them” attitude among employees, and strong-arming employers into giving more and more raises and benefits regardless of the long-term consequences to the company.


Why can unions get away with such hostility?

That’s a good question. To find out more, read Doug's piece here.