Conn. union says nursing home strike is off
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#1 May 19, 2009
Foolish, it's the only way to get the State to open their eyes and see that they are cutting the life blood that takes care of the frail and elderly. If the people that take care of the people in nursing homes, non-profit group homes and inbetween have their wages cut how can they survive. How can you take a wage that just can put food on the table and maybe gas to work from the people that are willing to care for the people that can't take care of themselfs? Greedy, rich people in Conn. that run nursing homes can, greedy rich people that run non-profit group homes can. They take what ever extra money that they have and give it to themselves in bonus and raises not to the people that are working in the trenches. I support the nursing home strike and will support the non-profit group homes if they decide to go on strike also.
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