Skip to comments.TSA Union Gets Sacramento Airport Privatization Revoked
Posted on 01/09/2013 6:14:03 PM PST by george76
County board votes to rescind airport privatization approval...
After close to one year of lobbying efforts and a public campaign, the American Federation of Government Employeesthe union for TSA workers in Sacramento and nationwidetoday applauded the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors for voting to rescind its approval for Sacramento International Airport to be allowed to privatize, or use corporate airport screeners in place of federal employees.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
California, continuing to provide a lesson in how not to run a state.
In the broader sense - I loath unions.
Hmmmmm.... TSA strikes?
I smell bribery on this one.. Check their bank accounts for a large sum deposit.
The Blue Guard putting the kulaks and exploiters in their place.
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But starting the TSA was a smart national security move, right freepers? Gotta have a strong defense against terrorism, right?
Had a full patdown at Gulfport, MS Airport on Monday.
this country has no freedom anymore...its gone....unionist can force private companies to not have private employees?
Tell me again how the TSA is all about safety and security. /s
Said the Goonion Thug-N-Chief:
“Our officers lived with the threat of this over their heads for an entire year and can now go back to doing what they do bestprotecting American skies,” said James Mudrock, president of AFGE Local 1230, which represents TSA workers at Sacramento airport.
The corrected statement is as follows:
“”Our officers lived with the threat of this over their heads for an entire year and can now go back to doing what they do bestGroping and finger f*cking passengers into submission before their Union Masters,” said James Mudrock, president of AFGE Local 1230, which represents TSA workers at Sacramento airport.
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