Jeffrey H Young
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Government shutdown or paid vacations?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kat Jan 19, 2018. 7 Replies

When an auto industry worker gets furloughed and subsequently rehired, he doesn’t get retroactive pay for the time out! Not so for government workers, most of whom are union members. Wonder if…Continue

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Kat replied to Jeffrey H Young's discussion Government shutdown or paid vacations?
"No deal! No amnesty! No blackmail! Shut it down!"
Jan 19, 2018
Jea9 replied to Jeffrey H Young's discussion Government shutdown or paid vacations?
"ditto, Eric. Ditto."
Jan 19, 2018
eric v. bianchini replied to Jeffrey H Young's discussion Government shutdown or paid vacations?
"unfortunately most of the sheeple have become complacent with the erosion of their Constitutional rights and powers granted to We the People via our Constitution. These sheep do not want to upset their comfortable, perceived safe predictable…"
Jan 19, 2018
Jea9 replied to Jeffrey H Young's discussion Government shutdown or paid vacations?
"Absolutely, it would, in one stroke, work miracles. Whatever happened to the ultimate power that We the People are supposed to possess.... ?"
Jan 18, 2018
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Government shutdown or paid vacations?

When an auto industry worker gets furloughed and subsequently rehired, he doesn’t get retroactive pay for the time out! Not so for government workers, most of whom are union members. Wonder if Congress would have more incentive to work a budget deal if their paychecks were in jeopardy with a shutdown?See More
Jan 18, 2018
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