Unrest In Detroit Spurs Auto Show ProtestAndrew Didorosi1/13/09 12:00pmFiled to: Detroit Auto ShowProtestUawUAW Protestblockadenaias2009 detroit auto showThey Took Our JobsTopChris Farley1521EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkUnhappy with the current direction of the not-so-Big Three, UAW workers the proletariat spoke in the form of a protest outside the Detroit Auto Show. We interviewed David Edgar, the voice behind the rally. David Edgar, a Chrysler employee working at the Warren Stamping Plant, is not happy. He's sick of "our race to the bottom." He's sick of "what a working man has to go through to make a livable wage." He's sick of "free trade," so he and his UAW local friends are going to fix it. Through protests and rallies, this sizable cadre of autoworkers from a variety of local factories hopes to turn the tide. Being on the inside of the show and looking out, it's a lot like the movie Airheads, but without the rock. Also, no Chris Farley. Ford marketing maven Jim Farley, yes, but he's just his cousin.