Now that the House has denied Fred his special exemption, he's really mad. And to show us, he's throwing another big tantrum by threatening to kill his deal to buy 777's from Boeing (again). Well, boo hoo, Freddie. You've had your way for 35 years, and now that one of the other kids in the class is going to get his turn, you're red in the face with tears streaming down your cheeks, arms and legs flailing away in the air. Wait until Mommy (the Senate) tells you that Mr Hoffa gets to ride your bike. Boy, are you really going to throw a sheet fit that will show us who's really boss. If I were the Boeing company, I'd refuse to do business with you because you're such a spoiled little piece of crap. Their planes are too good for you. You'll have to cut a deal with those socialist French and buy their inferior Airbus planes instead. What will your Republican friends say then? I'm sure Boeing offered you a good price on their aircraft, especially in today's market. If you do eventually come crawling back to them, I hope they jack-up the price to reflect your conduct. Your employees are waiting to ride the bike too. And they're going to let all the other kids in the neighborhood ride it. I hear the SFA this year confirms what you already know....that we're going to overwhelmingly send you a message that we're fed-up with your BS and go Teamster. To those who have cried crocodile tears for Fred because of the "Democratic Socialists" who have engineered all of this, here's a reality check. If FedEx really was a great place to work, Smith could care less about the RLA, because we'd vote it down in a heartbeat, But, FedEx is a lousy place to work, so he's scared to death because he knows exactly what's going to happen. Payback is hell, so get ready to open-up that wallet and let a few of the moths out.