|Re: NYC Transit Strike Midst Cold Weather and Christmas|
|Seth Breidbart (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sun, 25 Dec 2005 01:49:56 UTC
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: For someone who has no control over the|
> matter (as you claim about Bloomberg) he sure does a lot of talking
> about the strike and taking credit for ending it Thursday afternoon.
He's a politician, therefore he takes credit for anything he can.
> Why don't we hear him saying, "Sorry, that's not my department, you
If the strike had lasted another three weeks he would have.
> And yes, I _know_ the one is a state agency and the other is a
Then why can't he get the commuter tax back? (There used to be a NYC
> The union does not require ineffeciency, or no more so than the
Then why do all efficiency improvements require negotiation with the
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