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Los Angeles to add 50 more parking enforcement officers

There are 31 comments on the The Daily Breeze story from May 17, 2012, titled Los Angeles to add 50 more parking enforcement officers. In it, The Daily Breeze reports that:

Traffic Officer Lisa Figueroa issues a parking citation to a vehicle parked along a red curb in North Hollywood, May 17, 2012.

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Union Worker

Carlsbad, CA

#24 Jun 3, 2012
Ed Ortiz wrote:
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Hey...I get it. I was glad you made alot of money. That was true before the crash. Now no one can afford such extravagant pay packages any more. Every one else had to adjust why not you?
Sorry bud, but a contract is a contract! You private sector idiots will feel a lot better once the economy improves.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#25 Jun 3, 2012
Union Worker wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry bud, but a contract is a contract! You private sector idiots will feel a lot better once the economy improves.
Union Worker.

During periodic negotiations for new collective bargaining labor contracts, Big Union Bosses bring paid economists to the bargaining table for the purpose of projecting future economic health.

After the revolution, revolutionary activists *(now in power)* "looted the system" in order experiment with, and to implement unworkable 60s 70s era revolutionary social and economic theories. The paid union economists' economic projections missed the mark entirely, and ultimately, an increasingly impoverished victimized society ended up with the failed Obama economy, along with unpayable unfunded future liability. These contracts were negotiated with revolutionary activists sitting on one side of the bargaining table, and with Big Union Bosses sitting on the other side of the table. The increasingly impoverished minority who pay taxes was not represented.

Contract sanctity is indeed a powerful element that is often used by revolutionary activists - when it suits their purposes.

We have seen, though, the high paid agenda driven Government judges are more than willing to abandon Constitutional law and legal precedence when doing so suits their revolutionary agenda. The infamous "Brown" dictate is only one notable example. "Brown" set legal precedence that allows future Government judges to base their decisions on ideology rather than on the Constitution.

As is often said, uneasy sleeps the head that wears the crown. The revolutionaries will not forever hold power. Labor contract provisions can be overturned. This is especially so when those contracts were gotten by using fraudulent means, such as by using paid future economic projections to get those contractual agreements.

Ronald
Union Worker

Los Angeles, CA

#26 Jun 3, 2012
You're mad becaause we get paid for sitting on our asses and can't be fired. Too bad. You had a chance to get on the gravy train but you didn't. Your loss.
You think your post-high school education makes you better than us but it doesn't.
Face it, we may be lazier than you and our work is sub-par but we get paid mighty well for it. And I don't mind roughing on of you private sector fools up. I've tossed my fair share of bricks through your windows and made some of your kids disappear but we AREN't going away.
Had Enough

California City, CA

#27 Jun 3, 2012
Why do all the Carpenters Locals in Southern California turn their heads to fake ID and give illegal aliens our jobs when we are left just paying union dues and jobless. How could all the trade unions become so corrupt? This kind of illegal activity is whats hurting the unions all over the United States and destroying our country. How sad, unions fcking their members this way. By fcking the members, they are fcking theirselves along with fcking up the country. Brothers and sisters my ass!!!
Busted

Long Beach, CA

#31 Jun 3, 2012
Union Worker wrote:
You're mad becaause we get paid for sitting on our asses and can't be fired. Too bad. You had a chance to get on the gravy train but you didn't. Your loss.
You think your post-high school education makes you better than us but it doesn't.
Face it, we may be lazier than you and our work is sub-par but we get paid mighty well for it. And I don't mind roughing on of you private sector fools up. I've tossed my fair share of bricks through your windows and made some of your kids disappear but we AREN't going away.
A union worker you certainly are NOT. All you are doing is trying to incite the public against real union workers with your false, incendiary statements. You sound more like a Wal- Mart manager, which is probably what you actually are. Go brainwash the slaves that work for you, they'll believe anything that you say, and they'll cower while you're saying it.
Government Employee

Carlsbad, CA

#33 Jun 4, 2012
Ronald wrote:
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Union Worker.
During periodic negotiations for new collective bargaining labor contracts, Big Union Bosses bring paid economists to the bargaining table for the purpose of projecting future economic health.
After the revolution, revolutionary activists *(now in power)* "looted the system" in order experiment with, and to implement unworkable 60s 70s era revolutionary social and economic theories. The paid union economists' economic projections missed the mark entirely, and ultimately, an increasingly impoverished victimized society ended up with the failed Obama economy, along with unpayable unfunded future liability. These contracts were negotiated with revolutionary activists sitting on one side of the bargaining table, and with Big Union Bosses sitting on the other side of the table. The increasingly impoverished minority who pay taxes was not represented.
Contract sanctity is indeed a powerful element that is often used by revolutionary activists - when it suits their purposes.
We have seen, though, the high paid agenda driven Government judges are more than willing to abandon Constitutional law and legal precedence when doing so suits their revolutionary agenda. The infamous "Brown" dictate is only one notable example. "Brown" set legal precedence that allows future Government judges to base their decisions on ideology rather than on the Constitution.
As is often said, uneasy sleeps the head that wears the crown. The revolutionaries will not forever hold power. Labor contract provisions can be overturned. This is especially so when those contracts were gotten by using fraudulent means, such as by using paid future economic projections to get those contractual agreements.
Ronald
The best way to estimate the future cost of living, is to hire economic analysts. If it were not for that moron Bush destroying our economy with his bad policies and pointless wars, the private sector would be doing quite well now, and you idiots would not be bitching so much about our union wages.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#34 Jun 4, 2012
Government Employee wrote:
<quoted text> The best way to estimate the future cost of living, is to hire economic analysts. If it were not for that moron Bush destroying our economy with his bad policies and pointless wars, the private sector would be doing quite well now, and you idiots would not be bitching so much about our union wages.
Government Employee.

Yes. I agree. The false dichotomy post revolution politicians *(now in power)* employ to jerk around the minority of Americans who pay taxes will never be addressed until it is recognized that opposition no longer exists.

A good example of that is "the union wages" that is trumpeted by the revolutionary ruling class to indicate worker *(middle)* class "progress". Not long ago, "the $5,000 a year man" and his "stay at home" wife were able to enjoy an upper middle class lifestyle. Thanks to the "tail chasing" economy that is being promoted by high paid taxpayer funded failed Government economists, the $100,000 a year man is barely getting by now.

Essentially, what this means is that revolutionary Government is feeding from the trough that the pre-revolutionary prudent class filled. Prudence is no longer a sensible course because the longer the fiat revolutionary $Dollar is held, the less it is worth.

I recall reading 1930s Readers Digest articles written by economists proposing means of getting the nation out of the then existent depression. I especially recall reading one article wherein one writer proposed issuing every American a certain amount of Government $Dollars each month.*(I forget the amount that was proposed)*

According to the article, Government $Dollars would be worth a certain amount upon issuance, and thereafter they would steadily decline in worth. If those $Dollars were not spent within a certain period of time, they would decline in worth to where they would have no value. This - with certain modifications - is what revolutionary Government is doing today. After reading the article, I wondered what would happen after producers were no longer willing to accept declining worth Government $Dollars in exchange for goods and services. We may find out.

Ronald

LOL

Carlsbad, CA

#35 Jun 5, 2012
Ronald wrote:
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Government Employee.
Yes. I agree. The false dichotomy post revolution politicians *(now in power)* employ to jerk around the minority of Americans who pay taxes will never be addressed until it is recognized that opposition no longer exists.
A good example of that is "the union wages" that is trumpeted by the revolutionary ruling class to indicate worker *(middle)* class "progress". Not long ago, "the $5,000 a year man" and his "stay at home" wife were able to enjoy an upper middle class lifestyle. Thanks to the "tail chasing" economy that is being promoted by high paid taxpayer funded failed Government economists, the $100,000 a year man is barely getting by now.
Essentially, what this means is that revolutionary Government is feeding from the trough that the pre-revolutionary prudent class filled. Prudence is no longer a sensible course because the longer the fiat revolutionary $Dollar is held, the less it is worth.
I recall reading 1930s Readers Digest articles written by economists proposing means of getting the nation out of the then existent depression. I especially recall reading one article wherein one writer proposed issuing every American a certain amount of Government $Dollars each month.*(I forget the amount that was proposed)*
According to the article, Government $Dollars would be worth a certain amount upon issuance, and thereafter they would steadily decline in worth. If those $Dollars were not spent within a certain period of time, they would decline in worth to where they would have no value. This - with certain modifications - is what revolutionary Government is doing today. After reading the article, I wondered what would happen after producers were no longer willing to accept declining worth Government $Dollars in exchange for goods and services. We may find out.
Ronald
Hey dude, what kinda crap are you smokin'? I want some!:)
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#36 Jun 5, 2012
LOL wrote:
<quoted text> Hey dude, what kinda crap are you smokin'? I want some!:)
LOL.

Yes. I agree. Its all very "funny". Since the "new paradigm" revolutionary Government occupiers came to power, they have turned our coinage into dross. Even so, few of us ever wonder why it costs more Government $Dollars to coin revolutionary Government money than the coinage is worth. In pre-revolutionary times Isaiah made this prescient observation:

"Thy silver is become dross, thy wine mixed with water:" (Isaiah 1:22)

"Thy princes are rebellious, and companions of thieves: every one loveth gifts, and followeth after rewards: they judge not the fatherless, neither doth the cause of the widow come unto them." (Isaiah 1:2)

Ronald

Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#37 Jun 5, 2012
re: post # 36:

Erratum: As Stated Isaiah 1:2 should read Isaiah 1:23.

Ronald
Fed Up Driver

Carlsbad, CA

#38 Jun 6, 2012
They are giving out tickets like crazy lately!

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