I love the longshoreman, really. God bless 'em. I don't understand why people feel that multinational corporations should be able to exploit people for as little as possible, to ensure that CEOs make more than 400 times as much as an average employee. Not only that, but they are so supportive of the CEO, but so against the employees who actually produce value.
Is everyone so convinced that they are someday going to be upper management? Why be so strongly against the interests of lower class people? Any savings from giving longshoremen lower wages will only go to CEO bonuses, not magically to your wages. Instead of demanding others be dragged down to your level, why not demand you be raised up to theirs? The gap between the rich and the poor is the largest since the Great Depression, and yet people insist that the poor are the problem, stealing from the poor upper class. Stop fighting against your own interests!