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Why do cons have no problems with the bus drivers union but have problems with the teacher union?

Bus drivers are raking in over $100 grand but teachers only average like $50k. And don't tell me that it's a dangerous job, hell 7-11 is dangerous then. I'm talking about the government bus drivers union.

Asked By: fastheidegger - 2/18/2011
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Bus drivers deliver everyone to their destination right on time. Teachers do not.
Answered By: Raymond C - 2/18/2011
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I don't know any bus drivers raking in a hundred grand and neither do you. If drivers want to belong to a union then that is their choice. however, they should not be able to make it a requirement for employment at any work place.
Answered By: Progressives are thieves - 2/18/2011
 
I remember when the MTA striked in NYC and the workers made more than I did as a teacher with MA degree with less education and experience. It's simply an agenda. Schools are actually designed by the state to essentially not graduate students. How else do you keep CO jobs and find no skill service workers?
Answered By: Forget War Buy More - 2/18/2011
 
Only private sector employees should have the right to unionize.
Answered By: Pharoah 0bama - 2/18/2011
 
One is Public union and the other isnt
Answered By: YAHOO SUCKS - 2/18/2011
 
Actually, all collective bargaining needs to be made illegal. It's extorsion. I'll admit that in the past unions were necessary due to slave labor working conditions, but today we have labor boards, and lawyers to address issues... More
Answered By: pat - 2/18/2011
 
Why are you UNABLE to make your point without dishonesty?
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 2/18/2011
 
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