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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

NY Grinds to Halt, Thanks to Illegal Transit Strike

Two questions:

Who does Roger Toussaint think he is grinding a city of over 8 million people to a halt?
And will Mayor Bloomberg get the nuts to arrest this goon and restore transportation to the nation's largest city?

Read more.....

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,179241,00.html

Not many New Yorkers are going to sympathize with the TWU or Toussaint or the others leaving NYC in a lerch.

Bloomberg, a subway rider himself who spent the night at the Office of Emergency Management headquarters, walked over the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall in the morning in solidarity with the thousands of Brooklyn residents making their way in to work on foot amid freezing temperatures.
The temperature at 7:30 a.m. EST in the city was only 22 degrees, but felt like 10 degrees with the wind chill. Two dozen Santas from Brookstone's department store stood on the bridge to greet commuters as they walked or biked across the bridge.


And the protestors are still gloating over this. Wear your TWU hats today and see how many snowballs get pelted at you. Twerps..

Commuter frustration was evident both before the strike and after it was called.
Darryl Padilla, a 20-year-old club promoter, was trying to get on the train at Penn Station when he found out that the strike had begun. He didn't have enough cash to take a cab to his home on the northern tip of Manhattan.
"I didn't think they were going to shut down. I can't take a cab," he said.


Didn't think about others, did you Roger? Any problems or tragedies due to lack of transit, must rest at Rastafarian Roger's feet.

"I think they all should get fired," said Eddie Goncalves, a doorman trying to get home after his overnight shift. He said he expected to spend an extra $30 per day in cab and train fares.

Well, they could be fined or jailed also. the NY State Taylor law forbids striking by public and government employees. Kind of breaking the law, weren't they?

"Enough is enough," said Craig DeRosa, who relies on the subway to get to work. "Their benefits are as rich as you see anywhere in this country and they are still complaining. I don't get it."
In Queens, Brunilda Ayala said she had no sympathy for the union after the bus strike began in her neighborhood.
"How can you give a raise to a bus driver who would make three old ladies walk home in the cold?" asked Ayala, 57.


And the whining minority screws the hard working majority. Typical fruits of liberals and their giving-in-all-the-time approach.

Another reason why certain unions with certain leanings ought to be retired as the fossils that they are.

5 Comments:

  • At 11:27 AM, Blogger Ranando said…

    Fire everyone of the SOB's. There are plenty of people looking for work.

    Reagan did it and I agreed.

     
  • At 2:18 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    I thought Ed Koch fired all of the layabouts? Heck, Rudy did the same when some threatened to walk. He let em walk, straight to unemployment!

     
  • At 10:03 AM, Blogger John E said…

    Hi, I was actually looking for Color Dream Interpretation and came accross this post. Glad I stopped by

     
  • At 2:08 AM, Blogger chefwes said…

    Still... you're getting spam???? It's GOTTA be Kevin.... friggin asshole!

     
  • At 10:25 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    hmmmmm,

    yes it's me

     

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