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Students Pull Off Thanksgiving Event, Despite Being Stood up by Protesting Teachers

LeishaC Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 8:14 AM
Reason #6,437 why I loathe, despise, and hate unions.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 10:40 AM
That makes two of us. I saw the AFL CIO destroy my hometown and separate my family FOR NOTHING because the community organizers came down from Boston, infested my town and caused a needless strike. Destroyed life long friendships, some who went to war together went to their graves never speaking to each other again; and split families when the mill pulled out of the town and way of life it built to a Right to Work State..half my mother's side of the family went with them. The st rikers got nothing, no houses which were sold out from under them and no jobs..the mill built beautiful homes in it's 50 years in my town, all different designs which are still there and rented them via a bid by the employee. And the GOONS who created a
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 10:44 AM
violent incident after getting the men beered up at a meeting which caused vandalism and
guns to be used, just slithered back to Boston.
And I don't need to remind you of what happened in this state following the election of Scott Walker in 2010, they put this state into almost two years of intimidating domestic terrorism.
Cost us taxpayers tons of money and literally stunk up the Rotunda in the Capitol they infested.

Students and teachers from Old Rochester Regional Junior High School have teamed up for many years to serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to senior citizens in the school cafeteria.

But this year the teachers thought it would be an opportune time to bring their complaints about a lack of a collective bargaining agreement to the community. How? By refusing to participate in the traditional Thanksgiving event.

That’s right, as a way to protest their lack of a contract, the teachers bailed on the students and senior citizens. But the students and a group of volunteers kept the tradition alive on their...