The current number of viewers on this forum indicates a much higher level of interest than in the past, which is probably a sign that Memphis is monitoring it heavily. On one hand, that's good, because they might finally be awakening from their collective coma. On the other, it's bad, because we all know what the usual reaction to open criticism and union interest means.....more BS and an uptick in the effort to target union sympathizers. After all, Fred wants to make sure the $100 million he has spent on his political pocket poodles will net the results he wants, which is an end to a reform of the RLA voting rules. The GOP is more than happy to do his bidding, with a few Democrats thrown-in for an extra margin of safety. Just keeping us under the RLA isn't good enough for Fred. He wants to make sure we have a zero chance of organizing. Fair? Hardly, but that's our political system in action. It works for those who have the money to abuse it. Unfortunately, Fred thinks he and his other 1% friends deserve their own private legislative system. What if Smith had actually invested that money in new equipment or, better yet, in his employees? No, he'd rather continue to screw us into the ground and then pound dirt into the hole so he can have 20 year topouts, a corrupt medical plan and low wages forever. Oh, and don't forget our non-pension "retirement plan", the PPA or PPP (Piss Poor Plan), or whatever the current acronym is at the present time. If Fred has his way, eventually there will be no medical or retirement at all. What a guy. Screw you, Smith.