Why are people who work on assembly lines upset with public workers, like teachers?
To work the line did you have to have at least four years of college plus and some of the jobs required more? When I work for steel workers union, you had to work ten years to get a retirement from the company. Even though I worked for the company over eleven years I was only in the program nine years and lost my money. Star--they pay taxes also!
Asked By: Coop 366 - 3/9/2011
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People are not upset with teachers - teachers in general are highly revered. It is the unions that are out of control. They push to far. There appetites for power, influence and money cannot be quenched. I am not saying get rid of them either - they need to tighten there belt just as every one else in this country is... More
Answered By: Always Xii - 3/9/2011
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You are forgetting that people with four year agrees are now flipping our burgers and working what assembly line is left thanks to our fading generations and their economy they blame on Obama.
Answered By: Growth vs Oil - 3/9/2011
Ones education, or lack thereof, is not relevant when it comes to taxpayers not wanting their tax dollars wasted or used as kick-backs to political parties.
Answered By: Cantors - 3/9/2011
With the economy in a shambles, and tax revenue way down, why do public union workers expect taxes to be raised on the taxpayers, to pay for the unrealistic arrangements made when the economy was good? The money has to come from somewhere, government does not generate revenue, it only collects it and redistributes it... More
Answered By: star - 3/9/2011
The problem with Government (Local, State, & Federal) is that the uneducated work force (those with-out a College Degree) often receive the same benefit package as the professionals. In many cases this means many non-professionals in Government receive more in benefits than they do in actual wages (and means they make... More
Answered By: Your Mamma - 3/9/2011
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