Skip to comments.Please help the overpaid public employees
Posted on 07/15/2010 7:54:12 AM PDT by gartrell bibberts
30 million Americans are starving for affordable places to live. Everyday, teachers, librarians, firefighters and others in our communities face a choice no one should have to make: housing or food. The high cost of shelter has turned necessities like food, healthcare, childcare, and transportation into luxuries.
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I suggest migration to Bell California, population 44,000, where the city manager makes $800K and the police chief makes $450K per year
Librarians in my neck of the woods hardly get paid at all.
Don'tcha feel sorry?
UH_bummer may be looking for a few good men to romp with in the Lincoln bedroom...
“Librarians in my neck of the woods hardly get paid at all.”
Then, they should become “firefighters”...
It costs a lot to buy shoes for the polo ponies, don’cha know
In my area, buggy whip makers are having trouble making ends meet.
>> In my area, buggy whip makers are having trouble making ends meet.
Making ends meet should be *easy* with a buggy whip! Just bend ‘er around ‘til the tip touches the butt.
they need to become federal sign makers:
20 MILLION SPENT ON STIMULUS SIGNS?
Cry me a river. The educational system has produced generations of socialist-ready zombies. Most kids have no idea what America once really was.
I suggest 50% of public employees get fired and the other 50% get their compensation cut in half!
Next year fire 50% of those left.
I strongly encourage all of Texas bureaucrats and other statist parasites, to please move to Kalifornica where they are in love with SEIU type people. When you leave, please take your friends, “domestic” partners, your illegal alien housekeepers, nannuies, yard crews, etc, with you. Think of it this way, it helps out both states!
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