I've said plenty about Fred Smith the last couple of years on this site. Suffice it to say, I don't think much of him. In spite of who and what he is, he still has plenty of supporters, which I simply do not understand. OK, I get it that some of you are philosophically or politically against unions. I can respect that. But in Smith, you have someone who is actively working against your personal interests if you happen to work for FedEx Express. He has spent an estimated $21 million during the current Brown Bailout campaign and untold millions over the years just so he can save money by paying you less. FedEx isn't in financial peril, and having a union isn't going to sink the company despite the dire predictions of some. The overnight express business is still highly lucrative and remains the core of the FedEx empire. Even if we remain non-union, how can you continue to support Smith? He has no interest in your welfare, only his own. We are all completely disposable, just as at most companies, yet many seem to believe that Express is some magic place that remains a "special" employer. At one time that was true, but it certainly isn't now. FedEx still perpetuates this myth every day, and amazingly, many of you buy into it, even while Fred is doing everything in his power to keep you clenched in his fist. Union or no union, this is a man who doesn't deserve your respect, admiration, or loyalty. Fight against the union if you wish, but don't support this rat and his sleazy underhanded way of doing business. Like I said, I fully understand people who don't like unions, but I do not get why any employee would have an ounce of respect for Frederick W. Smith.