The lefty loons running the Canadian Union of Postal Workers are rattling their sabres again saying if they don’t get their way, the rank-and-file will go on strike.
While the threat of a strike might have worked in the 1970’s when everybody relied on the mail service, now just about everyone uses the internet.
Apparently, the union didn’t get that memo though. Maybe it got lost in the mail?
The irony is that every time CUPW stages a strike, it drives more people to e-mail and e-commerce, further making this union and the entire post office increasingly irrelevant.
Add to this that the comrades running CUPW seem to care less about what’s good for their membership, and more about pursuing social justice causes, and I’d wager many Canadians would say, good riddance.