Here’s a plan. How many truckers would support nationwide wildcat strikes to back an angry-as-hell electorate in a symbolic vote of no confidence in Washington, D.C.?
Truckers transport 85 percent of all goods. The leverage truckers wield over the economy is tremendous. Their power is greater, per individual, than that of any other group of workers in America. It wouldn’t take many truckers, in solidarity with some 100 million or more irate voters and taxpayers, not only to send the gangster pols in D.C. a thunderous message of no confidence but also to force those 537 pompous martinets, greedy as all get out, to bend to ... continue reading »