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Help From Alabama Workers Being Denied in New Jersey Because They're Non-Union

GoodWitchGlinda Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 3:09 PM
Dear AmyDB, It appears after discussing this issue that you and your friends are that rare breed of independent contractors who not only refuse to report to a boss, but you appear to want to go totally undetected. Usually that means the worker is performing his or her services under the table in order to avoid paying payroll tax. Is that your problem with being redirected? Did your group intend to get paid and then be able to not report your income?
burgerboy Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 3:23 PM
I bet you are going to vote on abortion and free $9 birth control.Give up the internet and by your own pills.Or go back to huff-poand move on .org where ,facts do not exist in their vocabulary.
Also maqybe you can answer a quetion.
Is you friend sandra fluke related to the the fluke electronics giant headquartered in washington state?
She obviously has plenty of west coast ties.
GoodWitchGlinda Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 3:29 PM
Actually, you're wrong. I am very pro-life. That tragedy though is a different discussion. is as bad on the other side as some of you right-winged miltiants on this thread. I have no friends in Washington state. I'm in Jersey. I have power. I'm on the internet waiting to hear from friends and family further south, who I have yet to hear from. There is a group of homes that was shattered in Brick Township. Two of my best friends live in Brick Township, which is north of Seaside Heights and too dangerous to yet enter. There are natural gas line problems, etc. So that is why I am on the internet, sitting by my phone today. What's your excuse?

Utility crews from Alabama ready to help hurricane stricken and desperate people in New Jersey without power have been told to "stand down" and some are already headed back home. Why? Because they're non-union workers. Keep in mind there are still millions of people in New Jersey without power and many who have been stranded for days as a result. The crews drove 900 miles to reach the area effected by Sandy and this is how they were received:

Crews from Huntsville, as well as Decatur Utilities and Joe Wheeler out of Trinity headed up there this...