Well, I guess if you find no shame or moral outrage in the physical and verbal intimidation that was used in Indy to persuade people to change their minds, then I guess you would be proud of the Teamsters "unionizing" that facility. But the people in Indy still have options and they know it. They just have to figure out what they want.The fact remains that they did not thwart anything and has not stopped the teamsters when it comes to unionizing UPSF. Its only convienant for you to say that they reversed their decisions after the fact. Not to mention they did not make a visit to either UPS hub which is also interesting because that is what I thought the APWA was all about. This just does not add up for me, not to mention all the other inconsistancies with the APWA mantra.
As far as the Brown side activity in Indy, believe it or not, there is some strategy involved in organizing a work force of over 200,000. The time and energy is focused on areas where there is interest, and if there isn't any interest in your hub, they won't come. APWA isn't forcing themselves on anyone. They went to the Blue guys in Indy because people up there asked them to come. If you feel snubbed, I'm sorry, but like I said, Danny and Van will not force their ideas on anyone who is not interested.