Nope, I'm afraid the script has been completely revealed. Not only does every full timer have to vote, so does at least 15% of the indegent part time work force....and not only on the first offer, but with each subsequent offer as well. If not, these supplements will be ratified with the new found clarity of the IBT Constitution's 50%/two-thirds rule that somehow didn't exist or apply in 2013-14. Then, when the remaining indigents have been separated from the herd, the IBT will just impose the standing offers from the Company (per Art 12, sec 6)...."in the best interest of the IBT and it's subordinate bodies", a notion clearly demonstrated in 2013-14. In my opinion, it must all be torn down and rebuilt before it's too late, or the IBT must have leaders in place to "interpret" the present language to fit the "autonomy" and vocational demographics of each contract.