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Airline Industry Its Own Worst Enemy!
#21
She should sue the airline.
The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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#22
(07-18-2017, 10:45 PM)WarBicycle Wrote: She should sue the airline.

Not sure if that is the best approach. The information she got may be a bit hard to prove in court. But she has the Bully Pulpit and that can help wreck havoc with Delta if done correctly.

This is not the kind of PR reputation they need, and they should have the good sense to realize that allowing some employees to do this is counter productive. I'm sure that a little effort could show them just who was working the aircraft, and the ticket desk that day. A little questioning and the facts would eventually come out.

Obviously the guilty party has been bragging about it too. It will be interesting to see the outcome of this. And here's something else. The Right should Never allow Lefties to do these things and get away with them. Never. They need to know that the hand of G-d will come down on them for their childish actions. That's why she needs to keep hammering Delta until they cry "Uncle". And then she should take the time to Crow about her victory, so everyone will know not to screw with her again.
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#23
Any and all employees who picked Ann Coulter for discriminatory treatment because of her politics should be fired and never allowed to work in the airline industry again. This is the kind of message that needs to be sent to all the lawless liberals in the country in any position of power or responsibility who think it is OK to use shameful, dishonorable tactics to attack people who do not share their politics.
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#24
Miss Ann's newest article does a pretty good job of doing two things here. First, she shows how health care is so misrepresented and mislabeled in the US. And then she manages to weave Delta's less than honorable way of dealing with her, regarding her reserved ticket, for which she paid extra.

Coulter: How Delta Airlines Wrecked American Healthcare: "If you like your seat, you can keep your seat!"

If she is able to keep this up and do a good job of it, Delta may eventually cry Uncle. S13
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#25
No one ever said Coulter was not smart. Her worst detractors just don't like that she is unafraid to fight fire with fire, and when someone disses her, she doesn't act like the typical DC pundit and take it without sticking up for herself. She was the forerunner of the Trump strategy to respond to those who attack him, but ten times harder.

She may be smug and arrogant at times - but she is surely an icon of a female carrying a big stick and not afraid to swing it.
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#26
It looks like Delta is "doubling down" and going after Miss Ann over her having fun at their expense.  

Quote:Delta tells Ann Coulter her insults are ‘unacceptable

Delta Air Lines has pushed back at Ann Coulter after the conservative commentator berated the carrier on Twitter over a changed seat assignment.

Coulter began tweeting about the episode Saturday in which she said the airline gave away an “extra room seat” she reserved before a flight from New York to Florida departed. Coulter had booked an aisle seat, but got a window seat.

She joked that Delta hires people who seek to be prison guards, animal handlers or East German police. She also tweeted a photo of a woman she said took the seat she booked and labeled her “dachshund-legged.”

Delta responded to Coulter on Twitter on Sunday night that it was refunding her the extra $30 she paid for her preferred seat. It added that “your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary.” In a separate statement on its website, the company called Coulter’s comments “derogatory and slanderous.”

Coulter was moved to a window seat at the time of boarding as the airline was “working to accommodate several passengers with seating requests,” Delta said in the statement. Delta said that during some confusion over the assignments, a flight attendant asked everyone to move to the seats listed on their tickets. Coulter and the other passengers complied, according to the airline, and the flight departed.

Coulter continued her online rant against Delta on Monday.

By stating that they were returning the $30, they are admitting they screwed up.  What they should be doing if rooting out the one, or more, employees who did this on purpose, and firing them.  But instead, they are trying to show everyone that they are heavier hitters than she is.  Definitely Not Smart, because Miss Ann has the bully pulpit and is paid good money to state her opinions.  

I can tell you right now who will lose this exchange, and it won't be pretty, or good for Delta's pocketbook.   S13
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#27
Delta's in trouble once more.

Doctor told not to sing national anthem during flight carrying remains of fallen Green Beret

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A Savannah doctor was told not to sing the national anthem during a Delta flight that was carrying home the remains of a fallen Green Beret from Toombs County, Georgia.

When Pamela Gaudry learned that former Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright was on her flight, she and other passengers made an agreement to sing the national anthem as they waited for soldiers to unload his casket.

Gaudry said a flight attendant put a stop to the plans.

"I said, 'it's the national anthem' and she said 'it is against company policy to do that and so we are going to land and everbody is going to stay in their seats and be quiet,'" Gaudry said.

In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Gaudry said she wished she had the courage to sing despite the flight staff's remarks.

"I'm humiliated by my lack of courage to sing the national anthem in my own country on American soil with a deceased soldier on the plane. I just sat there with tears rolling down my face," she said. "Hundreds of thousands of people now know that Dustin Wright died for our country and there were a lot of people on that plane that wanted to honor him. Hundreds of thousands of people are praying for this family now that weren't."

Gaudry said she was contacted by Delta after the incident and told that the airline has no such policy in place. Delta has not responded to requests via phone call and social media for a comment.
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#28
Here we go again. United Airlines is either jinxed, or trying to have the reputation as the industry's most tone deaf entity when it comes to customer relations.

United faces tough questions after what flight attendants did to a family’s pet dog

Family of dog that died on United flight speaks out


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#29
That family should own up to their own responsibility. They didn't check on their pet, not even tell the stew that there was a dog in the bag.
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(03-14-2018, 06:51 PM)WmLambert Wrote: That family should own up to their own responsibility. They didn't check on their pet, not even tell the stew that there was a dog in the bag.

If I recall correctly, on the video it states that they were not allowed to get out of their seats, stating that there was too much turbulence.
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