Public sector unions

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Rambunctious, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. Rambunctious
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    Public sector unions need to cool it. They are getting physical and all hell will break loose if they don't back off. They are just foaming at the mouth because the country is not behind their pompass over compensated asses.
     
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    Getting "physical"?

    How?
     
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    Public sector unions...the last to fall?

    Violence isn't the answer and some public sector employees are responsible for our safety so they must be careful going on strike for sure. Is this getting violent?
     
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    "Rambunctious" may wish to insult the collective "asses" of Wisconsin's public sector unions

    BUT

    to say that
    "the country is not behind their pompass over compensated asses"
    is somewhat
    meaningless
    given that
    in the English
    language
    the word
    "pompass"
    does not
    exist!
     
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    if i lived in wisconsin i would go to the capitol building and tell the squatters to leave. i would say loudly "this building doesn't belong just to you, it belongs to us all !"
    now you have been asked to leave. stop disrupting everyone because of your own selfish needs and wants. go home.
    and then i hope they get arrested, so we could enjoy the capitol again.
     
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    Time to begin the arrests.
     
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    SEIU lynching a black man
    WI loon assaulting a female for recording him
    Dem calling for "bloody" streets
    Violent riots in Greece, Spain, France, England b/c gov't benefits & employees cut


    The left's drift towards violence is clear. It's gonna get worse I fear.

    Thats a big difference. Right wingers are mostly self-reliant. So we don't get violent when the gov't cuts our benefits. Lefties are solely dependent on other peoples money to survive.

    So to a right winger, gov't cuts are an inconvenience. To a lefty, it's a fight for survival.
     
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    I've been a union worker for around 30 years. I am not the problem. Teachers, police officers, paramedics, firefighters, road workers, garbage-men etc. are NOT the enemy. We pay taxes, work hard & try to support our families. Your hatred (read "jealous") of teachers, police officers, paramedics, firefighters, road workers and garbage-men blinds you to an obvious truth.

    Ever since the creation of labor unions ALL workers have greatly benefitted.

    Without unions we would not have a Department of Labor, child labor laws, minimum wage, overtime, 40 hour work week, etc.

    U.S. Department of Labor - A Summary of Major DOL Laws
     
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    You're in a trade union....Apples and atom bombs.
     
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    Hmmm....I work for a PUBLIC utility. So keep paying your electric bill.
     

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