Comments are closed.
Commenting on this item is available only to members of the site. You can sign in here or create an account here.
Instead of blaming Uber for those drivers who want and deserve a voice in a decision made by a City Counsel and Mayor most drivers never will vote for as we live outside Seattle City Limits, talk to random Lyft and yes Uber drivers and ask us why we are taking either pro or anti union stances. That is an article I'd like to see and would likely surprise your readers.
The thing that chaps my ass about this ad is the line "If it weren't for Uber". This implies that Uber saved this poor, downtrodden man, and he owes this company his very existence. All praise be ti the company! Hallelujah,our lord and savior the great Uber! What arrogant nonsense. This man, and the other drivers like him, are the ones doing all the work. Uber could not exist of it went for the work he provides. If anyone saved anybody, the drivers saved Uber, not the other way around.
Uber's investors do no work. None of them drives a car for the company. They've never broken one bead os set for the profits they enjoy. Its the work of the drivers that they make their money off of.