The Center for Worker Freedom, an anti-union group, is whining about the possibility that VW might, maybe, perhaps, recognize the UAW, even though workers at the plant voted against it.
The Center for Worker Freedom said in a release Monday that it would be a "betrayal" to the workers at the Chattanooga plant to recognize the UAW even though they voted 712-626 against the union in February.
Instead of sending out press releases, they ought to be complaining to Bill Haslam and Bob Corker who stuck their noses so far in VW's business that it left the legitimacy of the vote in doubt. And neither one of them has bothered to apologize that their behavior means that workers at the plant still have more weeks of uncertainty and that they may have to have another vote. Haslam and Corker screwed this up for the anti-union folks. If the Center for Worker Freedom wants to feel betrayed by someone, it should start with those two.