Quote of the Week. "When your boss gives you a check and says you either have to give up part of it or lose your job, that's extortion." - Stephen Conn, former (and future?) candidate for president of the Detroit Federation of Teachers, discussing the district's proposal in which teachers would agree to a $250 deduction from their bi-weekly paychecks to close a $219 million budget deficit. (December 12 Detroit News)
All right, Stephen. If it's extortion when your boss does it, what is it when your union does it?
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Monday, December 14, 2009
A Rose By Any Other Name
I couldn't say this any more clearly myself:
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So if the government tells you that you have to pay higher taxes for healthcare that they run or pay a hefty penalty, what do you call that?
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