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Will Congress act or let railroad Unions destroy America

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
We get it, you hate working class and you want to pay them slave wages so you can have cheap shit.
Maybe you could then afford that jet ski you've dreamed of for years here and not everyone is paid "slave wages" as you are.
Pay your student loans and other kids maight be able to go to college.
 
Maybe you could then afford that jet ski you've dreamed of for years here and not everyone is paid "slave wages" as you are.
Pay your student loans and other kids maight be able to go to college.
Maybe you should take out some stupid loans. Maybe an education would make not be a moron.
 

Zam-Zam

Senator
The President famously took a victory lap on this just a couple of months ago:

President Joe Biden in September called a tentative deal to avoid a nationwide rail strike a "big win for America." But the deal fell apart this week after receiving a split vote among the largest rail unions, raising concerns of a nationwide rail shutdown next month.

Railroad management and the four largest unions are now back at the negotiating table to try to find an agreement on issues including paid sick leave. The latest rejection of the September deal, which Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg helped negotiate, came from the largest union, SMART-TD, which represents 28,000 railway workers. Fifty-one percent of the members voted no.

Biden touted the failed September agreement before the midterms, saying it would avoid a nationwide economic disaster.

"This is a win for tens of thousands of rail workers, and for their dignity and the dignity of their work," Biden said.



Complete text: Rail Unions Reject Deal Biden Touted as ‘Big Win’ Ahead of Midterms (freebeacon.com)


So, Biden thought it was a good proposal...The Union disagrees.

One of them must be wrong, no?
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
The President famously took a victory lap on this just a couple of months ago:

President Joe Biden in September called a tentative deal to avoid a nationwide rail strike a "big win for America." But the deal fell apart this week after receiving a split vote among the largest rail unions, raising concerns of a nationwide rail shutdown next month.

Railroad management and the four largest unions are now back at the negotiating table to try to find an agreement on issues including paid sick leave. The latest rejection of the September deal, which Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg helped negotiate, came from the largest union, SMART-TD, which represents 28,000 railway workers. Fifty-one percent of the members voted no.

Biden touted the failed September agreement before the midterms, saying it would avoid a nationwide economic disaster.

"This is a win for tens of thousands of rail workers, and for their dignity and the dignity of their work," Biden said.



Complete text: Rail Unions Reject Deal Biden Touted as ‘Big Win’ Ahead of Midterms (freebeacon.com)


So, Biden thought it was a good proposal...The Union disagrees.

One of them must be wrong, no?
Imagine that
They need sick time but "56 days" is BS
I think I remember one public job that gave 5 or was it 10
and I don't remember military giving us ANY
 
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