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More Public Employee Union Gargage

Original post made by Angry, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Sep 23, 2011

This is simply disgusting. While it may be legal, it is absolutely ethically wrong.

How can this be happening? It is stuff like this that continues to undermine the credibility of our government and all those other decent, hard working, ethical public employees out there.

And it is our patriotic duty to pay more taxes to support BS like this? No way.

Read below:

Man Works 1 Day for Chicago, Goes on Extended Leave for 15 Years, Gets $158,000 Annual Public Pension at Taxpayer Expense, Now Working for Hedge Fund

If you need evidence on how corrupt self-serving unions and union officials can be, then please consider Ex-labor chief's 1-day rehire nets $158,000 city pension

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Posted by Tango
a resident of Vineyard Avenue
on Sep 29, 2011 at 2:12 am

I am assuming that you meant Garbage.

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