Does Anybody Here Remember Vera Lynn? (CBA & Lockout Discussion) XXVIII
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11-15-2012, 03:10 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Maybe I should say hypocrite with you because that's what your argument is making you look like. I don't care whether you agree with the players idea of delinkage. YOU said that when you approach a negotiation with a 'take it or leave it' stance, that isn't negotiating.
The players continually push the delinkage without fail and show no compromise of letting go of that framework, essentially portraying that as a 'take it or leave it' concept, you say that it makes sense. But their tactic goes against the very thing you said a negotiation is about.
So you only want to throw stones when it suits you? Maybe hypocrite does make more sense than delinkage. Shall I start the hypocrite chant off for you or would you like the honours?
I've never heard the terms "take it or leave it" with PA proposals.
And i said when you use it, it's DETRIMENTAL to the process of negotiating.
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