FedEx Express senior managers are holding 30-35 minute mandatory paid "information sessions" about the RLA. Predictably, these are nothing but anti-union meetings designed to show employees how evil the Teamsters are and how "good" they've got it under the current system. Isn't this illegal? To FedEx, it doesn't make any difference, apparently since they are so used to operating outside the bounds of the law. These "sessions" are so one-sided and full of untruths as to be laughable. Unfortunately, throwing out lies to the gullible and uneducated often has positive results, at least at FedEx. Eliminating the RLA Exemption does not mean that FedEx will necessarily go union. It simply makes unionization far easier than under the RLA. Fred knows that, and also knows that to keep us non-union if it does pass will require a huge cash layout, much as it did back in 1996, when major raises were handed-out after upper management got a good scare put into them by an unsuccessful Teamster campaign. If the RLA doesn't pass, we won't get squat. Is anyone from the Teamsters aware of this, and if so, are they just going to stand-by, or are they going to hold FedEx accountable for skirting the law? As much as I hate to admit it, there are enough moron Kool-Aid drinkers left to screw-up the current campaign too. Are you listening, Teamsters? The weak-minded need a dose of the truth as the antidote to the purple and orange beverage that is currently being served in mass quantities. Don't blow it this time around, OK??