Skip to comments.Chicago Teachers Union delegates vote to end strike
Posted on 09/18/2012 3:31:55 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
(Reuters) - Chicago Teachers Union delegates voted on Tuesday to suspend their strike, several delegates said as they departed a meeting of union leaders.
The decision ends a confrontation with Mayor Rahm Emanuel over reform of the third largest U.S. school district.
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Of course they did.
Will the teachers be wearing their Che T-shirts back to class? They all wore it so proudly while protesting
Another ‘bailout’ is on the way.
” teachers got some guarantees on employment.”
In other words, no qualifying of teachers. Rahm sold out to help Obama
Thanks Free ThinkerNY.
How much was the payoff and did these tax dollars come out of the missing stimulus funds ?
Is there a difference between ending the strike and suspending the strike?
Pity. This was Godfather Ballerina’s chance to break the unions’ backs — to have made a stand, saying essentially, “Hey, we’re liberal in Chicago, but we’re not suckers.” His and Chicago’s loss.
Was Jabba the Hut’s daughter happy?
No kidding. They got everything they wanted except the tv coverage. Hey! Chicago! Good thing your football team is named the bears because these Democrats are gonna make your lives unbearable.
One must remember that in strikes, lots of extra, unrealistic ornaments are put on the Christmas tree so that lots can be taken off in negotiations without giving up anything that makes a perfect arborial vision at the end.
Dead Fish Rahm and Obama also got what they wanted....on November 6 the contented Chicago teachers will vote 135% for the Capo of All Capos who occupies the Casa Blanca.
Que sera, sera......
Did Rahm do a ballet dance and throw a knife down on the table?
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