Union Sundown

Union SundownJust because a man holds up a signand has to remind you that he’s a mandoesn’t mean he has to wait a lifetimefor your rebuttalor accept your reasons for putting him thereFree markets are not free they come with a priceand human life is cheap when forgotten overseasso if this is a union sundowndon’t expect it to do anything but blaze.Where would we be but for the pricepeople have payedwhen the bosses controlled the copshired union breakers with clubsand spewed lies over the front pagesabout union demands and union greedtaking their contract offers onto the steetsto lay common men and womenagainst one anotherstirring envy and laying common sense to waste.Who has any vote, but you and me in this?This is our livelihoodno one elses,Who’s left trying to explain to their childrenthat they don’t need to take a babysitting jobto help us make ends meet.When we get a bonus, it’s all over the newsas if, again we should spread the wealthbecause our money grows on trees.While executives cloak theirs in lawyer speakself preservation and dollar sign obscenities.So call us what you willa denim mob for waving the flaga nuisence of loudnessa barrier to your job a prick at your consciencefor actually exercising our right to say no.You say unions are for another eraI say a mobile 401k is a serious reason to reflecton the temporary status of the American workerand the few reasons for pride that we have left.

Union Sundown

bill bell

Everett, United States

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