Posted by Anti-union, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on May 1, 2012 at 11:51 pm
Corrections and changes must be made. For the greedy dummies who don't grasp reality, give them the boot ! The taxpayers and public cannot be held hostage..,We are the employers, if workers don't like it, they can be replaced ! There are long lines waiting to replace them.
Posted by Adrian Burschlasser, a resident of the Bridle Creek neighborhood, on May 2, 2012 at 12:05 am
The creeps should simply take a reduced wage, pay higher medical costs, and forfeit their pensions. Who do they think they are? Don't they realize we have families to feed? I earn -- and I mean I EARN -- $750 grand per year (not including my stock options), and I and my family are strapped beyond belief. I'm flat broke. How do they expect us to live? Early this year we had to dip into the $10 million inheritance pot that my Daddy stipulated was only to be drawn from in the event of nuclear war. Do they have no sensitivity to how that has hurt me? They have no shame, sir! Well, these dock workers, these greedy dummies, are breaking my back and my Daddy is rolling over in his grave. They are monsters.
Posted by Adrian Burschlasser, a resident of the Bridle Creek neighborhood, on May 2, 2012 at 9:17 am
You are so right, sir! I meant to say not only that these union monsters are monsters, but that they are personally greedy monsters. It is against the rules of reality that they would seek to put their interests above my own. They should accept reality and take reduced wage, with higher medical costs (my own insurance co-payment went from $5 to 10$ for a doctor's visit, now what do you think of that?), and above all, reality dictates that they forfeit their pensions. They need to get real. Its for the public good. I hope Governor Moonbeam sends in the National Guard to deal with these greedy unrealistic dummies.
Posted by Anti-union, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on May 2, 2012 at 10:26 am
I love to mix it up with smart axxes. Since I'm a senior without any pension, reality is all I know. I know real estate value is based on whateve a 'willing buyer is willing to pay'. Thus, employment would similarly be based on what an employer is willing to pay for the skills required and how many peole with those skills are willing to take the position. There are no guarantees in life including life itself.
Posted by Adrian Borschlasser, a resident of the Bridle Creek neighborhood, on May 2, 2012 at 4:05 pm
It's a shame no one found that what Anti-union did in his life was valuable enough to offer him a pension package along with salary (assuming, of course, that the loser even worked at all).
Now, because in fact we don't live in a free market society -- never have, never will -- I'm able to exploit my workers on virtually every level imaginable. I offer them less and they take less because they know if they don't I'll hire some poor desperate stiff from the unemployment rolls who's willing to work for less than half of what he's worth. (That's why I do my best to make sure they don't organize and form a union.)
It makes sense for ME to criticize the ferry workers. Whatever inroads they make cuts into MY wealth; and people like me shouldn't have to live on less than $1 million a year. But when you're an unfortunate loser like Anti-union, poorly educated and poorly skilled, I guess in all that ignorance it makes sense to criticize ferry workers for attempting to improve the lives of themselves and their families. Forgive me if I chuckle. It's a great society we live in, isn't it? I can just picture Anti-union and the rest of the simple-minded country bumpkins, hanging out at a tea bag festival, drowning their sorrows in corndogs, deluding themselves with myths of the existence of free enterprise, and wanting to bring back the original Constitution which okayed owning darkies as private property.