"The union has slowly been selling us out for years, reopening contracts in the middle of an agreement and giving the company everything it wants.
"You can't keep blaming the blue collar worker. What about management? They can't run this place.
"The company and the union pit one local plant against others, telling us to accept a 'modern operating agreement' or we won't have vehicles to build and jobs. All the Big Three auto workers should stick together or we're not going have anything left."
"Chrysler wants to go to China for cheap labor. Now in South Korea the workers are complaining about losing work because the companies think they are paying them too much. It's time workers unite on a global basis, the same way the companies do.
"The economy in Michigan is shot. In a year and a half when there is a market drop what's going to happen to VEBA [the union-controlled retiree health-care trust fund] and all the 401(k) pension plans invested in the market? They won't be worth anything.
"From Wall Street's point of view these contracts are great. Not for us."