What will happen to all the union jobs that were saved with federal funds?

Teachers, firefighters, municipal workers, etc.......The government can't support these jobs forever and 20 states are in a serious financial crisis. What will happen to these jobs next year? The states can't continue to support them, nor can the federal government. Do you think unemployment rates will continue to rise for years to come?

Asked By: grandma zaza - 12/7/2010
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What happened to your Native American attire?I guess we better make them pack up their pitiful possessions and ship them off to one of those Obamavilles. Those eye sores will be squatters' sites for them until they come prowling around the off-limits neighborhood.Then, I say 2nd admendment rules apply. They better... More
Answered By: ELEPHANTS trick'le down on peons - 12/7/2010
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States will come back for handouts and bailouts forever.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 12/7/2010
The ones that are bankrupting the country? If we are luck they will all go away and the people that have them will have go and get a real job.
Answered By: E=MC2 - 12/7/2010
They either accept significant pay cuts / benefit cuts or lose their job. Those with less seniority (younger people who voted for me) will be laid off. Well done, young Americans.
Answered By: idiot - 12/7/2010
The governments (fed, state and local) need to shrink. Have to shrink. This will mean some people loose their jobs, but the need will still be there. Some of these things will have to be privatized.
Answered By: Samurai - 12/7/2010
They saved the auto workers and banks. Federal employees and our military are suffering pay freezes and 50 year lows in raises. Nice job Obummer!!!
Answered By: Free2Be - 12/7/2010
The unemployment rate is staying consistent for every job Obama Creates we lose another as a result from the Bush Blunder. If the new Congress says what they said they are going to do we will be fine. Be prepared to convert to cannibalism they lie worse than Democrats do!
Answered By: Old School MC - 12/7/2010
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