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Look there's there's an adjustment to reality.
The fact is -- -- -- the glory days of 40s60s.
UAW was able to give its workers guys wages.
Benefits in the world that was because of an anomaly that we really only invest -- country that -- -- Second World War intact in Europe wasn't.
Was on its knees Germany and Japan were rubble.
So we thought that was viewed the natural order of things -- -- and win the other industrial countries recovering we got a world competitions we have.
We ran into bankruptcies.
Chrysler now twice.
And we see that happening in the southern states with a transplants are without the unions.
They weren't the ones who went to bankrupt -- in 2008 and 2000.
So it really isn't choice it's a tough choice and I I sympathize with the unions.
But the fact is it in the global economy where you have to compete and wages and other elements other of the units of production.
You can either have.
You know high wages with low employment.
Or you can as Obama would say spread around the world the fact is that in the right to work states.
Unemployment is six point 9% -- rhetoric that shows the right.
Work vs non right to work states on them informed and in the other states storms that are -- right to work.
It's eight point seven so you can choose to have fewer workers who enjoy higher inflated.
Unnatural if you like wages and competitive wages or you can have competitive wages and more people employed.
More people with the dignity of a job and less unemployment more taxation -- more activity I think it's the right choice but I understand how it's a wrenching choice.
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