We as drivers or dockworkers or office workers had no say what so ever in any of wages, routing, dovetailing, insurance or anything CT, Rob Stamper told us. His words, his meeting told us how we would work side by side with CT drivers, when it is not happening, we complain. Go figure. Spoken as a true salesman. Sell the deal, try to keep them here through the transition. Hoping that our highly paid, still below industry standards drivers help them deliver the extra freight that the CT drivers obviously can not handle by themselves. RT did not ask to my knowledge to be the moderator, he was chosen. Thus, he shows his human side of trying to multi task with his emotions on a very tough issue. Since you can read through peoples thoughts so well, you should cut him some slack. Just like some of us try to see your side of things. I am sure you are not the spokes person for all CT drivers and some of us cut you some slack for trying to defend our new company. Maybe you also would like to make the wage, as would I of our senior drivers and not topped out at $20.50 since we all do the same work.