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Aww: Government Unions Stage Anti-Sequester Protests

Anonymous17480 Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 11:39 AM
I was a cop in a major metro area for nearly 40 years. I am now retired. But, when the economy began its downturn a few years back everyone in the police department and the city in general had t take unpaid furlough days. No one picketed or demonstrated or whined about it since the choice was to either take the furlough days or have fellow employees laid off. These federal workers are a bunch of whining, self absorbed, self entitled, cry babies.
Bufa Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 11:48 AM
Just look what happens when a natural disaster happens.
In a liberal area, everyone is crying for someone to come help them.
In a conservative area, everyone joins together and gets things taken care of.
It's the mindset difference between whinny libs and commonsense cons.
Michael1364 Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 11:48 AM
Been there done that.
Now it's their turn, why should they be different.
Good post Anon

Don't furlough me, bro:
 

More than three dozen federal workers picketed outside the Bolling Federal Building in Kansas City Wednesday, calling for an end to the automatic federal spending cuts known as sequestration. “Sequestration stinks,” one protest sign said. The automatic sequester cuts went into effect earlier this month. They require tens of thousands of federal workers to take unpaid furloughs, and many workers are now being notified of their furlough schedule. Most furloughs won’t take effect until April. “Federal employees are hard-working Americans just like everyone else,” said a statement from Shannon McPeek, president...