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Thread: Camden City Council Approves Massive Police And Fire Layoffs

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    Re: Camden City Council Approves Massive Police And Fire Layoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Unions are accountable to its members....
    Yeah, right! Haha. And the Chinese Communist Party is accountable to its local cadre too. Haha. Don't kid with us.

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    Re: Camden City Council Approves Massive Police And Fire Layoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    Yeah, right! Haha. And the Chinese Communist Party is accountable to its local cadre too. Haha. Don't kid with us.
    Unions have votes to who is their representative\

    Now as most unions typically ensure their members have higher compensation then non union members, they have seemingly done a good job representing their members ( up untill the companies goes broke of course or relocates)
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    Re: Camden City Council Approves Massive Police And Fire Layoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Unions have votes to who is their representative\

    Now as most unions typically ensure their members have higher compensation then non union members, they have seemingly done a good job representing their members ( up untill the companies goes broke of course or relocates)
    Unions in the private sector are fine, but not in the public sector.

    American public sector employees have all too often diverted funds from children and the poor. Look at California as an example of how public sector unions feather their own nests at the expense of public school children.

    Their compensation and benefits are now the subject of political debate in the Golden State. Public sector union employee comp/benefits are subject to the same laws of motion as are apples falling from trees.

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    Re: Camden City Council Approves Massive Police And Fire Layoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    At least taxes wont go up
    wanna bet?

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