Having been booted from the Charleston Boeing facility, and then failed in getting their political allies to force a union upon the facility, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers labor union is back in Charleston, trying to get into the facility that didn't want them.
The Charleston Regional Business Journal is reporting that the union did a mass mailing to Boeing workers to invite them to a Question-and-Answer session being held in the Lowcountry next week.
Obviously they don't think that "no" really means "no".
Don't let these guys take your daughter on a date.
Labor unions have been finding South Carolina tough going, as evidenced by a lopsided defeat in attempting to organize a Columbia plastics plant back in the spring.