Strike Day 3 Halts Work at U.S.'s Busiest Seaport
A strike by about 500 unionized clerical workers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach halted most work at the nation's busiest harbor complex for the third day Thursday, with calls for presidential intervention in what threatens to impact the economy.
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#1 Nov 30, 2012
Please Support the Strike Action. These Port workers contracts are with "for profit" companies.
Don't be Stupid. The Port Contracts do not reduce your families to Slave Status.
These workers should not be confused with the Pension Spiking Public Employee Unions who are nothing more than Extortionists.
If citizens didn't vote for a diabolical "Calif" Democratic politician you have nothing to be ashamed of and should be able to look your kids in the eyes EVEN knowing they will be forced to do without for their families due to the impact of Pension Spiking! If you did Vote for one of "Calif" Democrat politicians you are probably ok with the extortion and identify as more of a Sperm or Egg donor than a more traditional American parent.
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