More on the Chicago factory occupation
CHICAGO – Workers who got three days' notice their factory was shutting its doors have occupied the building and say they won't go home without assurances they'll get severance and vacation pay they say they are owed.
Workers blamed Bank of America, which they said had served as an important lender to Republic Windows, for cutting off credit to the company and preventing workers from being paid. Some workers carried signs and stickers criticizing the bank: “You got bailed out, we got sold out.”
Yeppers. So why not occupy a bank, next? Peacefully and legally, of course.
Funny it's in Obama's back yard, eh?