Collective bargaining for state worke...

Collective bargaining for state workers in jeopardy

There are 289 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Feb 23, 2011, titled Collective bargaining for state workers in jeopardy. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

Following the lead of Wisconsin's governor, a Republican state assemblyman announced legislation Tuesday intended to eliminate collective bargaining for pension benefits by California's public employees.

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“Facts”

Since: May 08

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#301 Dec 2, 2011
Over the hill gang wrote:
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Hello! Earth to shit for brains. I never agreed to answer your list of questions. You can't show a post where I agree to answer your list of questions. And I've never claimed the questions I answered were from your list.
Gawd you're stupid..........
Correct.......LOL

You just agreed to answer the questions on the list..........ROTFLMAO
Over the hill gang

Rancho Cordova, CA

#302 Dec 2, 2011
Here Is One wrote:
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Correct.......LOL
You just agreed to answer the questions on the list..........ROTFLMAO
Then why can't you post a link showing that I agreed to answer your list of questions?

“Facts”

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#303 Dec 2, 2011
Over the hill gang wrote:
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Then why can't you post a link showing that I agreed to answer your list of questions?
Sure mr toad.....LOL

What does your response here say???

I'll be glad to answer your questions right after you answer the queston I asked you first.

So when are you going to do it??????????

Was it floored in California??
Was it prepped in California?
Was it sold in California?
Was it registered in California?
Did a dealer in California make money and pay income tax on it?
Did someone wash it each week that it sat on a lot in California and have a job and pay taxes?
Was it ever run in a TV, Newspaper or radio ad in California and did the advertiser pay taxes on any of that money?
You complain about corporations not paying tax and you do the same thing they do…………….LOL
Typical far left of the road……………..LOL

road toad said
I'll be glad to answer your questions right after you answer the queston I asked you first.

“Facts”

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#304 Dec 2, 2011
Over the hill gang wrote:
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Then why can't you post a link showing that I agreed to answer your list of questions?
Mr toad takes a wild ride..........LOL

So why are you so scared to answer the questions that you agreed to answer on many occasions???

Was it the fact that you now realize that it will make you a hypocrite?

We all know that already..........LOL
Thomas Edison -- DBMA

Long Beach, CA

#305 Dec 2, 2011
Dave wrote:
Lets not forget to include elected officials in the pension reform.
How legal is it for these people to address pensions of public working men and women and not address their own huge pensions they accrue with time in office?
No sense what so ever. They say they speak for all concerned citizens in the state. Will here's one speaking for all about your pensions. Work on that first, to show how upstanding you are then.
Oh, please, what a crock.

++++++++++

Thomas -- DBMA

(davey brown speaking for Mario Apuzzo, Esq.)

-Kevin-

Since: Nov 09

Smirk .. ;-)

#306 Mar 5, 2012
Greek Diva wrote:
<quoted text>I read it through the Bee. Am I suppossed to be shaking in my boots now? Are you the type that believe in lame polls? I will ride out this hysteria and WILL enjoy my hard earned retirement. I will send you a postcard from Greece where I will be 6 months out of the year when I retire ok?
Hard earned? You're on Topix half the day. ;-)
Middle of the Road

Lincoln, CA

#307 Jun 6, 2013
Well kids it's contract time again! And as the economy picks up steam more and more of the best state workers are leaving for higher paying jobs in private industry.

Sure, hold the line on pay and benefits for government workers and when the good guys are gone you'll be paying through the nose for sub -par contractors doing sub -par work like Here is One has bragged about.
cvbeed

Miami, FL

#308 Jun 7, 2013
Middle of the Road wrote:
And as the economy picks up steam more and more of the best state workers are leaving for higher paying jobs in private industry.
yeah sure, dream on, lol, who ya kiddin?

Walmart and McD's are the current drivers of private sector hiring (whatever little bit there is of hiring)
Middle of the Road

Lincoln, CA

#309 Jun 7, 2013
cvbeed wrote:
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yeah sure, dream on, lol, who ya kiddin?
Walmart and McD's are the current drivers of private sector hiring (whatever little bit there is of hiring)
Wow, you sure don't know much about the economy. Construction is booming here and most other sectors are taking off.

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