Am I the only one who finds glee in crashing and burning of these union-run companies? I hope all union run companies go bankrupt so that these workers get a taste of their own medicine when they have to COMPETE and IMPROVE to keep their deadend jobs.
Yes, I too am enjoying it. But I am less interested in whatever these private sector union thugs do one way or another. I don't care if the company closes down or the courts make them stay open.
THE UNIONS I WANT SHUT DOWN BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY ARE THE PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS - THEY SIT ACROSS FROM THE BARGAINING TABLE AND WHO IS ON THE OTHER SIDE? ADMINISTRATORS WHO ALSO ARE PAID WITH TAXES. THE UNIONS MAKE THEIR OUTRAGEOUS DEMANDS AND WHAT IS THE TAX PAYER TO DO? NOT ONE SINGLE PERSON AT THE NEGOTIATIONS IS LOOKING OUT FOR THE TAXPAYER. The negotiations in a private sector scenario pit the union against the stockholders. The Public sector negotiations do not even have the folk making the payments present at the negotiation. FOR ONCE I AM IN AGREEMENT WITH FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT - PUBLIC SECTORS SHOULE BE ILLEGAL.
posted on 11/20/2012 8:30:00 PM PST
(Barry Hussein Soetoro-0bama=The Complete Destruction of American Capitalism)
“...AND WHO IS ON THE OTHER SIDE? ADMINISTRATORS WHO ALSO ARE PAID WITH TAXES.”
It’s even worse than that. At the federal level, the president, and at the state level, the governor—approve the bargaining position and final offer on behalf of the taxpayers. And who paid more than anyone to get this president and (most) governors elected? The unions. Talk about a massive conflict of interest.
For me it is more GOVERNMENT UNIONS they are the WORST on the planet! They actually don’t have to WORK. Just draw that big fat pay check.
posted on 11/21/2012 6:01:43 AM PST
(IF U will not keep your promises to the Military, U won't keep them to the public)
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