Comments like this…

Comments like this:

But state Senate leader Don Perata, a Democrat from Oakland, said Tuesday night that Schwarzenegger had “sowed the seeds of his own demise” by taking on the full gamut of public workers, who make up more than half of the union members in California.

“He got a lot of really bad advice,” Perata said.

From the LA Times are only more justification for why it should of been passed. Well, Arnold couldn’t catch a break this time, and certainly didn’t help himself.

Here’s the thing that bothers me. Unions represent their members to the employer, in this case the state. Teacher’s unions aren’t there to represent the kids in school, just their own interests. Nothing wrong with that, but a bit misleading to say anything else.

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3 Responses to Comments like this…

  1. Bob says:

    I suppose you could say they indirectly represent the kids, you know, the whole happy cows theory.

  2. Bill says:

    Happy cows produce happy milk which feeds happy babies?

    As I said, unions represent their members to the management, and to claim they represent kids and students is inaccurate. Name one student who voted for a union rep, or has paid union dues.

  3. Bob says:

    happy cows make good cheese::happy teachers make good cheese. I mean, teach, um, good. er.

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