Amazing you can't spell my name right any of the times you've ever used it in a post.
I guess the Midwest Express flight attendants should take an example from you. On August 30th, they can all up and quit at the deadline, as you say they should if they don't like the conditions. How long will it take Midwest Express to find and train about 500 new flight attendants? I guarantee it's quite a bit longer than the few days that most airline strikes last.
I'm happy that you're in a job where you can simply change companies on a whim. I'm sure that looks real good on your resume. It's great that in your job you can come and go without inconveniencing the customers. Flight attendants are customer service personnel....start losing them at more than the normal, accounted-for, rate of attrition and you'll have a short-staffed airline cancelling flights due to crew rest, non-availability of reserve crews, and inability to expand due to no staff covering added flights.
Ever think they hung around for three years without a raise on the promises that it would come shortly? I think there is something to be said for a group of people who have faith in their company and stick it out in hopes of something happening, not all bailing and hurting their company. Enough of them quit, as you suggest, and replaced by those who willingly jump into the non-secure labor situation at MidEx (and probably aren't in it for the long-term.... most in non-contracted hourly jobs aren't in it for the long-term) and the passengers are hurt. Replace those who are serious about it as a career with those who go into it on a temporary basis and you have the same situation with attitudes as we currently have with security screeners.