Saturday, February 19, 2011
In the last few days, Representative Dennis Ross has made a number of tweets regarding the conflict between the Governor and the teachers unions in Wisconsin. While none of the tweets mention postal issues, they may provide a hint to stakeholders and policymakers regarding the tone on labor issues that the House will take when discussing changes required to return the Postal Service to solvency.
Hypocrisy & big labor are synonymous. RT @Reaganista: RT @JebBush: Must see video. Stay strong @GovWalker. http://bit.ly/dPHMH5 #wiunion
Working on that. RT @michellemalkin: Unions get waivers from Obamacare. Why can't workers get waivers from forced unionism? #wiunion
@crbones private sector unions were needed in the 20s and 30s. They are even helpful in some ways today. Public sector unions must go.
I wonder how many of the 10% unemployed in America would like a job as a teacher in Wisconsin? Time for an air traffic controller solution.
Representative Ross's tweets suggest that postal labor may find that the best they may expect from postal reform legislation could be the changes in the criteria arbitrators must use that are contained in bills proposed by Senators Tom Carper and Susan Collins.