Shouldn't government workers and their unions remember just who is paying their way in life?

Even my 12 and 14-year old boys understand that I'm footing their bill and treat me with the respect of a provider. They don't even throw a temper tantrum when I tell them we simply can't afford something they'd like. It would be refreshing if government union babies treated taxpayers similarly.

Asked By: - 5/20/2011
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I am a member of the sheet metal union and i think most union workers if the government are full of shit because they not only get union benefits They get government benefits as well. as far as them having to be careful of the government cutting their salaries and benefits. that's a load of bull i have a few friends... More
Answered By: Christopher - 5/20/2011
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"That's what I'm talking about"!
Answered By: RandyH - 5/20/2011
You've raised some very unusual sons. The fact that you've been able to get them to live for 12/14 years without whining or complaining is amazing. Good job... More
Answered By: Jay - 5/20/2011
You are paying them to do a job. They need unions to help them keep politicians from cutting their salary and taking away their benefits. z
Answered By: WallyZ - 5/20/2011
The only people I've heard complaining about this are you pointy headed moonbat conservatives who would rather see our taxpayer money go to the rich banksters than to teachers and firefighters... More
Answered By: Donovan - 5/20/2011
They are not your kids they work for that salary and benefits.
Answered By: curiouscat - 5/20/2011
I am just wondering if the government stopped doing the things they now do those things would still need doing so those things would fall in to private companies to be done, would it then be OK if the workers that did those jobs then formed unions to negotiate with the new private companies, and would we still have to... More
Answered By: JOE - 5/20/2011
Just as CEOs who are making more than 300% the average salary of their workers should realize that it's not all about THEM.
Answered By: Go AZ - 5/20/2011
Government workers are not your slaves or your children they are employees with the same rights that people who work for the private sector have. It looks to me as if it is taxpayers that are having a temper tantrum and taking the anger at politicians and their buddies in the financial industry out on... More
Answered By: meg - 5/20/2011
that is why the taxpayer should have backed the states that are trying to get rid of those who are not doing their job as our education stats show
Answered By: red top - 5/20/2011
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