More on the UC Worker Strike

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Overall, day one of the strike seemed to go as planned. The university threatened letters of reprimand for the workers who walked off the job and onto the picket line. There were a few verbal skirmishes with those few workers who crossed the picket line, but all in all, a pretty good day.

One of the big issues that has led to the work stoppage is that of wages. The union is calling wages that run at roughly $10 per hour, poverty wages.

According to the union’s release, these low wages are exacerbated by rising gas and food prices.

“Many are forced to take second jobs or go on public assistance just to meet their families’ basic needs. Skyrocketing gas and food prices have deepened the crisis for UC families that are already living paycheck to paycheck. Typically, service workers live in low income communities farther away from campus, forcing a longer commute and higher fuel costs that use a disproportionate portion of their budget.”

Furthermore, the impact of low prices, mean that tax payers are having to flip the bill. Again, according to the union’s release:

“Roughly 96% are eligible for at least one of the following taxpayer-funded programs: food stamps, WIC, public housing subsidies, and subsidized child care. By not paying workers enough to support their families, UC executives are pushing these costs onto California taxpayers in a difficult budget year.”

The UC Regents have justified their salary offer based on the affordability to taxpayers, but this seems to amount to a shuffling of the deck. UC may not pay for these subsidies directly, but the taxpayers do. All of this occurring as top UC Regent and other top campus officials are getting huge salaries and sometimes huge pay increases on top of those already large salaries.

Lakesha Harrison, President of AFSCME said in their release Monday:

“UC executives don’t pay service workers enough to survive, but expect taxpayers to pick up the tab in the form of public assistance. We expect that from Wal-Mart – not from a public institution – that’s double dipping.”

The union is complaining that the workers are receiving 25% less than their private sector counterparts. While the UC’s have proposed a pay increase of up to 26% over five years, none of those pay increases are actually guaranteed. Rather they are based on state budget projections, which figure to be in tough times over the next few years as the economy and state budget crisis continue to deepen according to many experts.

Meanwhile, PERB and the UC attempted to head off the strike before it started, going to court to stop the strike. However, the union and the UC did not even agree on the interpretation of the strike.

Matt Tidd, a UC Davis Campus worker said in the AFSCME 3299’s release:

“UC executives are not only paying us poverty wages, they are trying to take away our right to stand up for our families. This is a crisis, and we are going to do whatever it takes to put a roof over our families’ heads and put food on the table.”

The strikers were also joined by among other top officials, Senator Leland Yee, who represents San Francisco.


Photo Courtesy of Senator Yee and PolitickerCA.com

Senator Yee’s office issued a statement on Friday:

“These workers do everything from cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and dorm rooms, to providing cafeteria service for patients and students, to providing security throughout the UC system.”

Senator Yee continued:

“It is unconscionable what the UC administration is doing to these workers and their families… The wages of these workers are dramatically behind other hospitals and even California’s community colleges, where workers average 25 percent more for the same work. UC hospitals made over $371 million in profits last year, yet they refuse to provide the workers a fair wage… While UC executives live high on the hog, workers, students, and patients are left in the cold.”

He concluded:

“In contrast, UC executives have consistently received double digit pay increases on already exorbitant salaries. Recently, the UC Board of Regents approved over $800,000 for the system’s incoming president. “

Meanwhile the Governor Schwarzenegger issued a statement in support of the court injunction:

“Public safety is my No. 1 priority and this strike could affect the health and well being of many people who rely on the critical services provided by medical support staff. While there may be legitimate issues to be resolved, it is unacceptable to use the welfare of innocent people as a bargaining chip.”

The UC Strike is expected to continue until Friday. The Vanguard will continue to provide periodic updates throughout the week.

—Doug Paul Davis reporting

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David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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96 thoughts on “More on the UC Worker Strike”

  1. uc alum

    Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up. I don’t know of other electeds besides Lamar Heystek that will have courage to speak up.

    Yee said in a press release:

    In a release Yee note that the workers do everything from cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and dorm rooms, to providing cafeteria service for patients and students, to providing security throughout the UC system.

    “It is unconscionable what the UC administration is doing to these workers and their families,” Yee said in a statement. “The wages of these workers are dramatically behind other hospitals and even California’s community colleges, where workers average 25 percent more for the same work. UC hospitals made over $371 million in profits last year, yet they refuse to provide the workers a fair wage,” Yee said. “While UC executives live high on the hog, workers, students, and patients are left in the cold.”

    Administrator salaries are outrageous!!!

  2. uc alum

    Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up. I don’t know of other electeds besides Lamar Heystek that will have courage to speak up.

    Yee said in a press release:

    In a release Yee note that the workers do everything from cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and dorm rooms, to providing cafeteria service for patients and students, to providing security throughout the UC system.

    “It is unconscionable what the UC administration is doing to these workers and their families,” Yee said in a statement. “The wages of these workers are dramatically behind other hospitals and even California’s community colleges, where workers average 25 percent more for the same work. UC hospitals made over $371 million in profits last year, yet they refuse to provide the workers a fair wage,” Yee said. “While UC executives live high on the hog, workers, students, and patients are left in the cold.”

    Administrator salaries are outrageous!!!

  3. uc alum

    Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up. I don’t know of other electeds besides Lamar Heystek that will have courage to speak up.

    Yee said in a press release:

    In a release Yee note that the workers do everything from cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and dorm rooms, to providing cafeteria service for patients and students, to providing security throughout the UC system.

    “It is unconscionable what the UC administration is doing to these workers and their families,” Yee said in a statement. “The wages of these workers are dramatically behind other hospitals and even California’s community colleges, where workers average 25 percent more for the same work. UC hospitals made over $371 million in profits last year, yet they refuse to provide the workers a fair wage,” Yee said. “While UC executives live high on the hog, workers, students, and patients are left in the cold.”

    Administrator salaries are outrageous!!!

  4. uc alum

    Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up. I don’t know of other electeds besides Lamar Heystek that will have courage to speak up.

    Yee said in a press release:

    In a release Yee note that the workers do everything from cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and dorm rooms, to providing cafeteria service for patients and students, to providing security throughout the UC system.

    “It is unconscionable what the UC administration is doing to these workers and their families,” Yee said in a statement. “The wages of these workers are dramatically behind other hospitals and even California’s community colleges, where workers average 25 percent more for the same work. UC hospitals made over $371 million in profits last year, yet they refuse to provide the workers a fair wage,” Yee said. “While UC executives live high on the hog, workers, students, and patients are left in the cold.”

    Administrator salaries are outrageous!!!

  5. fahhhhbulous

    You know, those strikers would be more ‘striking’, if they chose better colors. The green doesn’t just scream, ‘hellloooo! I’m on strike!’
    Looks more like an eco-convention than a strike. So here’s some fashion tips to make your strike-day not ‘strike-out!’
    1. Match your outfit to the signs. We all want to look good so why not look good while doing some good?
    2. Comfortable shoes can do wonders for your sense of fashion as well as your stamina on the runway…I mean, picket line. Sooo, why not wear something that shouts, ‘Hey, I’m underpaid but still look faahhhbulous!’
    3. Visors were so ’90’s, but they’re making a comeback, people! Protect your eyes from the brutal skin-damaging sun and make statement as you picket in style. You can also attach buttons with slogans to the front of the visor, making a fashion AND social statement.

    In a word, Faaahhhhbulous.

    But be warned, strikers, you don’t want to wear purple on Wednesday, so be sure to choose the right outfit for tomorrow!

    Ciao!

  6. fahhhhbulous

    You know, those strikers would be more ‘striking’, if they chose better colors. The green doesn’t just scream, ‘hellloooo! I’m on strike!’
    Looks more like an eco-convention than a strike. So here’s some fashion tips to make your strike-day not ‘strike-out!’
    1. Match your outfit to the signs. We all want to look good so why not look good while doing some good?
    2. Comfortable shoes can do wonders for your sense of fashion as well as your stamina on the runway…I mean, picket line. Sooo, why not wear something that shouts, ‘Hey, I’m underpaid but still look faahhhbulous!’
    3. Visors were so ’90’s, but they’re making a comeback, people! Protect your eyes from the brutal skin-damaging sun and make statement as you picket in style. You can also attach buttons with slogans to the front of the visor, making a fashion AND social statement.

    In a word, Faaahhhhbulous.

    But be warned, strikers, you don’t want to wear purple on Wednesday, so be sure to choose the right outfit for tomorrow!

    Ciao!

  7. fahhhhbulous

    You know, those strikers would be more ‘striking’, if they chose better colors. The green doesn’t just scream, ‘hellloooo! I’m on strike!’
    Looks more like an eco-convention than a strike. So here’s some fashion tips to make your strike-day not ‘strike-out!’
    1. Match your outfit to the signs. We all want to look good so why not look good while doing some good?
    2. Comfortable shoes can do wonders for your sense of fashion as well as your stamina on the runway…I mean, picket line. Sooo, why not wear something that shouts, ‘Hey, I’m underpaid but still look faahhhbulous!’
    3. Visors were so ’90’s, but they’re making a comeback, people! Protect your eyes from the brutal skin-damaging sun and make statement as you picket in style. You can also attach buttons with slogans to the front of the visor, making a fashion AND social statement.

    In a word, Faaahhhhbulous.

    But be warned, strikers, you don’t want to wear purple on Wednesday, so be sure to choose the right outfit for tomorrow!

    Ciao!

  8. fahhhhbulous

    You know, those strikers would be more ‘striking’, if they chose better colors. The green doesn’t just scream, ‘hellloooo! I’m on strike!’
    Looks more like an eco-convention than a strike. So here’s some fashion tips to make your strike-day not ‘strike-out!’
    1. Match your outfit to the signs. We all want to look good so why not look good while doing some good?
    2. Comfortable shoes can do wonders for your sense of fashion as well as your stamina on the runway…I mean, picket line. Sooo, why not wear something that shouts, ‘Hey, I’m underpaid but still look faahhhbulous!’
    3. Visors were so ’90’s, but they’re making a comeback, people! Protect your eyes from the brutal skin-damaging sun and make statement as you picket in style. You can also attach buttons with slogans to the front of the visor, making a fashion AND social statement.

    In a word, Faaahhhhbulous.

    But be warned, strikers, you don’t want to wear purple on Wednesday, so be sure to choose the right outfit for tomorrow!

    Ciao!

  9. another disgruntled alum

    Fabulous is fabulously dorky. Stay on topic.

    It looked like the support for the UC workers was growing throughout the day. I hope that other electeds and community members step up to show support. It’s embarassing that UC treats employees this way.

    I’m an alum too and i’ll be writing a letter to UC President’s office.

  10. another disgruntled alum

    Fabulous is fabulously dorky. Stay on topic.

    It looked like the support for the UC workers was growing throughout the day. I hope that other electeds and community members step up to show support. It’s embarassing that UC treats employees this way.

    I’m an alum too and i’ll be writing a letter to UC President’s office.

  11. another disgruntled alum

    Fabulous is fabulously dorky. Stay on topic.

    It looked like the support for the UC workers was growing throughout the day. I hope that other electeds and community members step up to show support. It’s embarassing that UC treats employees this way.

    I’m an alum too and i’ll be writing a letter to UC President’s office.

  12. another disgruntled alum

    Fabulous is fabulously dorky. Stay on topic.

    It looked like the support for the UC workers was growing throughout the day. I hope that other electeds and community members step up to show support. It’s embarassing that UC treats employees this way.

    I’m an alum too and i’ll be writing a letter to UC President’s office.

  13. Anonymous

    “Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up.”

    Sure takes a lot of courage to call for higher wages when you won’t be paying those higher wages yourself.

  14. Anonymous

    “Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up.”

    Sure takes a lot of courage to call for higher wages when you won’t be paying those higher wages yourself.

  15. Anonymous

    “Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up.”

    Sure takes a lot of courage to call for higher wages when you won’t be paying those higher wages yourself.

  16. Anonymous

    “Thank you Senator Yee for having the courage to speak up.”

    Sure takes a lot of courage to call for higher wages when you won’t be paying those higher wages yourself.

  17. Political Courage

    I think you probably have a point, but it’s not the one you are making. It probably doesn’t take a lot of “political” courage to call for higher wages in San Francisco. Now if you are in a more moderate district, it may take some courage to do it, because there might be a political cost associated with it.

  18. Political Courage

    I think you probably have a point, but it’s not the one you are making. It probably doesn’t take a lot of “political” courage to call for higher wages in San Francisco. Now if you are in a more moderate district, it may take some courage to do it, because there might be a political cost associated with it.

  19. Political Courage

    I think you probably have a point, but it’s not the one you are making. It probably doesn’t take a lot of “political” courage to call for higher wages in San Francisco. Now if you are in a more moderate district, it may take some courage to do it, because there might be a political cost associated with it.

  20. Political Courage

    I think you probably have a point, but it’s not the one you are making. It probably doesn’t take a lot of “political” courage to call for higher wages in San Francisco. Now if you are in a more moderate district, it may take some courage to do it, because there might be a political cost associated with it.

  21. UCD alum

    Good question. Where is Lois Wolk? Davis is her backyard, but you will not see her support union workers on a picket line. Aghazarian is a Republican and we wouldn’t expect it from him. She is supposedly a Democrat so we expect it from Real Democrats. No labor votes here. She sides with Larry Vanderhoef too much.

  22. UCD alum

    Good question. Where is Lois Wolk? Davis is her backyard, but you will not see her support union workers on a picket line. Aghazarian is a Republican and we wouldn’t expect it from him. She is supposedly a Democrat so we expect it from Real Democrats. No labor votes here. She sides with Larry Vanderhoef too much.

  23. UCD alum

    Good question. Where is Lois Wolk? Davis is her backyard, but you will not see her support union workers on a picket line. Aghazarian is a Republican and we wouldn’t expect it from him. She is supposedly a Democrat so we expect it from Real Democrats. No labor votes here. She sides with Larry Vanderhoef too much.

  24. UCD alum

    Good question. Where is Lois Wolk? Davis is her backyard, but you will not see her support union workers on a picket line. Aghazarian is a Republican and we wouldn’t expect it from him. She is supposedly a Democrat so we expect it from Real Democrats. No labor votes here. She sides with Larry Vanderhoef too much.

  25. Anonymous

    Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…

  26. Anonymous

    Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…

  27. Anonymous

    Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…

  28. Anonymous

    Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…

  29. Anonymous

    She takes lots of union support for her campaign so she should stand shoulder to shoulder in the picket line with them…what’s she afraid of?

  30. Anonymous

    She takes lots of union support for her campaign so she should stand shoulder to shoulder in the picket line with them…what’s she afraid of?

  31. Anonymous

    She takes lots of union support for her campaign so she should stand shoulder to shoulder in the picket line with them…what’s she afraid of?

  32. Anonymous

    She takes lots of union support for her campaign so she should stand shoulder to shoulder in the picket line with them…what’s she afraid of?

  33. bb

    So Aghazarian gets a pass because he is expected to be anti-labor and Wolk doesn’t because she is more pro-labor. So because you support labor you are against the pro-labor candidate because they don’t meet your standard.

    Of course this fails to take into account all the other issues like the budget that Wolk would be voting for and Aghazarian is opposing.

    And anon how is Aghazarian better on Education or water? Can you give some support to your claim.

  34. bb

    So Aghazarian gets a pass because he is expected to be anti-labor and Wolk doesn’t because she is more pro-labor. So because you support labor you are against the pro-labor candidate because they don’t meet your standard.

    Of course this fails to take into account all the other issues like the budget that Wolk would be voting for and Aghazarian is opposing.

    And anon how is Aghazarian better on Education or water? Can you give some support to your claim.

  35. bb

    So Aghazarian gets a pass because he is expected to be anti-labor and Wolk doesn’t because she is more pro-labor. So because you support labor you are against the pro-labor candidate because they don’t meet your standard.

    Of course this fails to take into account all the other issues like the budget that Wolk would be voting for and Aghazarian is opposing.

    And anon how is Aghazarian better on Education or water? Can you give some support to your claim.

  36. bb

    So Aghazarian gets a pass because he is expected to be anti-labor and Wolk doesn’t because she is more pro-labor. So because you support labor you are against the pro-labor candidate because they don’t meet your standard.

    Of course this fails to take into account all the other issues like the budget that Wolk would be voting for and Aghazarian is opposing.

    And anon how is Aghazarian better on Education or water? Can you give some support to your claim.

  37. Don Shor

    “Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…”

    As a small business owner in an industry strongly affected by water issues, a small-scale farmer, and one who has followed Lois Wolk’s career since she first ran for city council, I will say that I strongly disagree with your assessment on every single item listed.

  38. Don Shor

    “Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…”

    As a small business owner in an industry strongly affected by water issues, a small-scale farmer, and one who has followed Lois Wolk’s career since she first ran for city council, I will say that I strongly disagree with your assessment on every single item listed.

  39. Don Shor

    “Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…”

    As a small business owner in an industry strongly affected by water issues, a small-scale farmer, and one who has followed Lois Wolk’s career since she first ran for city council, I will say that I strongly disagree with your assessment on every single item listed.

  40. Don Shor

    “Aghazarian is better on:

    Water
    Ag issues
    Issues impacting farmers (water, ag, etc.)
    Small business owners
    Education
    Responsive to constituents…”

    As a small business owner in an industry strongly affected by water issues, a small-scale farmer, and one who has followed Lois Wolk’s career since she first ran for city council, I will say that I strongly disagree with your assessment on every single item listed.

  41. Anonymous

    I’m voting for Aghazarian too. Wolk has not been shoulder to shoulder with unions. What are you talking about? I don’t care if she has or hasn’t supported unions I am an Independent so I’m voting for Aghazarian. He’s represented us well so far.

  42. Anonymous

    I’m voting for Aghazarian too. Wolk has not been shoulder to shoulder with unions. What are you talking about? I don’t care if she has or hasn’t supported unions I am an Independent so I’m voting for Aghazarian. He’s represented us well so far.

  43. Anonymous

    I’m voting for Aghazarian too. Wolk has not been shoulder to shoulder with unions. What are you talking about? I don’t care if she has or hasn’t supported unions I am an Independent so I’m voting for Aghazarian. He’s represented us well so far.

  44. Anonymous

    I’m voting for Aghazarian too. Wolk has not been shoulder to shoulder with unions. What are you talking about? I don’t care if she has or hasn’t supported unions I am an Independent so I’m voting for Aghazarian. He’s represented us well so far.

  45. Anonymous

    “Meanwhile the Governor Schwarzenegger issued a statement in support of the court injunction:
    Public safety is my No. 1 priority and this strike could affect the health and well being of many people who rely on the critical services provided by medical support staff.”

    If they are so critical to public safety then maybe they should be paid accordingly!

  46. Anonymous

    “Meanwhile the Governor Schwarzenegger issued a statement in support of the court injunction:
    Public safety is my No. 1 priority and this strike could affect the health and well being of many people who rely on the critical services provided by medical support staff.”

    If they are so critical to public safety then maybe they should be paid accordingly!

  47. Anonymous

    “Meanwhile the Governor Schwarzenegger issued a statement in support of the court injunction:
    Public safety is my No. 1 priority and this strike could affect the health and well being of many people who rely on the critical services provided by medical support staff.”

    If they are so critical to public safety then maybe they should be paid accordingly!

  48. Anonymous

    “Meanwhile the Governor Schwarzenegger issued a statement in support of the court injunction:
    Public safety is my No. 1 priority and this strike could affect the health and well being of many people who rely on the critical services provided by medical support staff.”

    If they are so critical to public safety then maybe they should be paid accordingly!

  49. Anonymous

    I’m a UCD alum and I did not say that Aghazarian has been good to unions. I don’t care if he has. However, I’m not happy with Wolk and I think it’s time for a change.

  50. Anonymous

    I’m a UCD alum and I did not say that Aghazarian has been good to unions. I don’t care if he has. However, I’m not happy with Wolk and I think it’s time for a change.

  51. Anonymous

    I’m a UCD alum and I did not say that Aghazarian has been good to unions. I don’t care if he has. However, I’m not happy with Wolk and I think it’s time for a change.

  52. Anonymous

    I’m a UCD alum and I did not say that Aghazarian has been good to unions. I don’t care if he has. However, I’m not happy with Wolk and I think it’s time for a change.

  53. bb

    “Aghazarian has voted to pass the budget every year…”

    In what month? How about this year? He has been part of the Republican caucus that delays the budget every year through the tyranny of the minority of 2/3 supermajority rule. Voting him into the Senate will serve the interests of those that don’t want government to function to solve our budget problems.

  54. bb

    “Aghazarian has voted to pass the budget every year…”

    In what month? How about this year? He has been part of the Republican caucus that delays the budget every year through the tyranny of the minority of 2/3 supermajority rule. Voting him into the Senate will serve the interests of those that don’t want government to function to solve our budget problems.

  55. bb

    “Aghazarian has voted to pass the budget every year…”

    In what month? How about this year? He has been part of the Republican caucus that delays the budget every year through the tyranny of the minority of 2/3 supermajority rule. Voting him into the Senate will serve the interests of those that don’t want government to function to solve our budget problems.

  56. bb

    “Aghazarian has voted to pass the budget every year…”

    In what month? How about this year? He has been part of the Republican caucus that delays the budget every year through the tyranny of the minority of 2/3 supermajority rule. Voting him into the Senate will serve the interests of those that don’t want government to function to solve our budget problems.

  57. Anonymous

    Maybe Aghazarian holds out so he can deliver for his district…unlike Wolk.

    She’s been in office how long and has gotten what for Highway 12, a couple orange barrels and extra speeding tickets? The sad thing is she only started paying attention to it after she started running for senate.

  58. Anonymous

    Maybe Aghazarian holds out so he can deliver for his district…unlike Wolk.

    She’s been in office how long and has gotten what for Highway 12, a couple orange barrels and extra speeding tickets? The sad thing is she only started paying attention to it after she started running for senate.

  59. Anonymous

    Maybe Aghazarian holds out so he can deliver for his district…unlike Wolk.

    She’s been in office how long and has gotten what for Highway 12, a couple orange barrels and extra speeding tickets? The sad thing is she only started paying attention to it after she started running for senate.

  60. Anonymous

    Maybe Aghazarian holds out so he can deliver for his district…unlike Wolk.

    She’s been in office how long and has gotten what for Highway 12, a couple orange barrels and extra speeding tickets? The sad thing is she only started paying attention to it after she started running for senate.

  61. Anonymous

    How long after she took office? After how many people died on that road?

    Glad it only took her 5 years, dozens of fatalities and a senate seat to figure it out.

  62. Anonymous

    How long after she took office? After how many people died on that road?

    Glad it only took her 5 years, dozens of fatalities and a senate seat to figure it out.

  63. Anonymous

    How long after she took office? After how many people died on that road?

    Glad it only took her 5 years, dozens of fatalities and a senate seat to figure it out.

  64. Anonymous

    How long after she took office? After how many people died on that road?

    Glad it only took her 5 years, dozens of fatalities and a senate seat to figure it out.

  65. Anonymous

    I am hoping the whole system goes up in smoke. Administrators high salaries, union pigs and all the whiners.

    Then maybe 15 or 20 million of us will get a break from the BS all these people cost us.

  66. Anonymous

    I am hoping the whole system goes up in smoke. Administrators high salaries, union pigs and all the whiners.

    Then maybe 15 or 20 million of us will get a break from the BS all these people cost us.

  67. Anonymous

    I am hoping the whole system goes up in smoke. Administrators high salaries, union pigs and all the whiners.

    Then maybe 15 or 20 million of us will get a break from the BS all these people cost us.

  68. Anonymous

    I am hoping the whole system goes up in smoke. Administrators high salaries, union pigs and all the whiners.

    Then maybe 15 or 20 million of us will get a break from the BS all these people cost us.

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