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Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#62 Mar 28, 2013
Smart Liberal wrote:
If there ever was a win-win, this is it.
The kids win because they can finally get a decent education.
The taxpayers win because they won't be throwing their money to a corrupt union machine that doesn't care about educating kids.
And the public school system wins because they will be forced to be competitive in product, cost, and performance with private education.
This should be the law of the land everywhere.
Just like the RawMoney election lead ??? Yep, you're my main source...OF STOOPIDITY !!!
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#63 Mar 28, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>Just like the RawMoney election lead ??? Yep, you're my main source...OF STOOPIDITY !!!
I hope you have enough money to fill your prescriptions this month, doing without makes you much less coherent than normal.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#65 Mar 28, 2013
scooby slew wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you have enough money to fill your prescriptions this month, doing without makes you much less coherent than normal.
I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#66 Mar 28, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?
Well, you at least admitted by your statement that you only pretend to know stuff. Shouldn't you be getting back to your whacking in the bushes?
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#68 Mar 28, 2013
Poor fake wife,

I hate to fight. KMA and we can make up...

What's it like to be inferior, YET be so incompetent at it ???
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#69 Mar 28, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
What's really stunning is the number of people who are pro-union,(just to get decent benefits, pay, and working conditions) More name calling to follow, by an senile old fool, I guess.
What is really stunning is the precipitous decline in private sector union membership from near 32% in the 1950's to under 7% today. You would think something so invaluable to the economy and the country would have flourished these past 60 years.

Since: Oct 08

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#70 Mar 28, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>What is really stunning is the precipitous decline in private sector union membership from near 32% in the 1950's to under 7% today. You would think something so invaluable to the economy and the country would have flourished these past 60 years.
The facts and the truth hurt her feelings. She will, like the wounded teenager she is, attack back, with nothing related to your post, just some jibberish that makes her feel she is winning!

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#71 Mar 28, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>What is really stunning is the precipitous decline in private sector union membership from near 32% in the 1950's to under 7% today. You would think something so invaluable to the economy and the country would have flourished these past 60 years.
That probably explains the massive growth of government union jobs. Often consisting of redundant (DHS/TSA) and useless organizations that generally offer little or no ROI for their existence but once in place, are almost impossible to eliminate.
goose

Carol Stream, IL

#72 Mar 28, 2013
I am sure ROI is not in the government mindset or Democrat playbook.
Need I say "deer in the headlights" when you start talking in those terms?

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#73 Mar 28, 2013
goose wrote:
I am sure ROI is not in the government mindset or Democrat playbook.
Need I say "deer in the headlights" when you start talking in those terms?
I have said it before that we have a number of government installations (Army, Navy, DOE, NASA, MD State Police, and some local governmental entities) and the term ROI has NEVER come up as we bid the project.

Let me repeat: The term ROI has NEVER come up.

There is hardly one non-governmental entity that does not want our ROI projections and then factors in their own computations to see if we are being objective with our numbers.

Now why would a private company want to know the ROI and not the government?

Oh, yeah. Because private companies are held accountable for their expenditures and need to be efficient in their everyday operations. Not so for government entities.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#75 Mar 28, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>What is really stunning is the precipitous decline in private sector union membership from near 32% in the 1950's to under 7% today. You would think something so invaluable to the economy and the country would have flourished these past 60 years.
What is really stunning is the economical collapse since then and the growth of managerial wages at the expense of the DISAPPEARING middle class...
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#76 Mar 29, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>What is really stunning is the economical collapse since then and the growth of managerial wages at the expense of the DISAPPEARING middle class...
What is really stunning is the precipitous decline in private sector union membership from near 32% in the 1950's to under 7% today. You would think something so invaluable to the economy and the country would have flourished these past 60 years.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#77 Mar 29, 2013
What is really stunning is the economical collapse since then and the growth of managerial wages at the expense of the DISAPPEARING middle class...

Over the last 30 years, CEO pay grew 127 times faster than worker pay, according to a July report.

Gee, seems like overpaying all CEO types would have prevented this economy, according to moron idiots ....
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#78 Mar 29, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
What is really stunning is the economical collapse since then and the growth of managerial wages at the expense of the DISAPPEARING middle class...
Over the last 30 years, CEO pay grew 127 times faster than worker pay, according to a July report.
Gee, seems like overpaying all CEO types would have prevented this economy, according to moron idiots ....
Bushwhacker wrote:
I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?
Well, you at least admitted by your statement that you only pretend to know stuff. Shouldn't you be getting back to your whacking in the bushes?

There you go again slewpid one, pretending to know stuff.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#79 Mar 29, 2013
Poor child, keep helping the "religious" right, even though you're a POS "wrong"...

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