As expected, the Teamsters Union has come out swinging as President Bush's initiative to open U.S. roads to Mexican truckers gets into gear.
On Saturday, Teamsters President James Hoffa wasted no time in taking a verbal tire iron to Bush's plan.
Earlier coverage of truckers' protests is here.
President Bush has "sucker punched" American workers and threatened national security by opening the nation's southern border to Mexican truckers, Teamsters President James Hoffa said Saturday.
Speaking to the union's annual women's conference, Hoffa said the Bush administration's new pilot program, which took effect Thursday, shows a lack of concern for homeland security.
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