Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

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Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

quote:Originally posted by Dusty's Dad:
[b]What's so numb about enforcing a judgement? Sizemore lost. The teachers union won. His organization is defunct, so the union is coming after him personally. The case will take 10 years to adjudicate. Happens all the time![/b]

DeeDee, you must really love John Edwards... he wins really big judgments! What a sad, dysfunctional system.

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Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

[url=http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/news/1093002903...'And I was thinking about moving to Oregon... :(

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Re: Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

You can move there Bill.
Just don't get involved with anything :(

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quote:Originally posted by AlAmoling:
[b]You can move there Bill.
Just don't get involved with anything :( [/b]

'Sounds pretty scary... next Palesky will get a multi-million dollar suit if her initiative succeeds?

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quote:Originally posted by billPhillips:
[b]'Sounds pretty scary... next Palesky will get a multi-million dollar suit if her initiative succeeds?[/b]

I hope our judges are not as numb as the one in Oregon :)

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Re: Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

What's so numb about enforcing a judgement? Sizemore lost. The teachers union won. His organization is defunct, so the union is coming after him personally. The case will take 10 years to adjudicate. Happens all the time!

Anonymous
Re: Anti-Teacher's Union? Better Think Twice!

quote:Originally posted by Dusty's Dad:
[b]What's so numb about enforcing a judgement? Sizemore lost. The teachers union won. His organization is defunct, so the union is coming after him personally. The case will take 10 years to adjudicate. Happens all the time![/b]

1. Why is the teacher's union suing?2. How could he possibly be liable for millions of dollars?I really don't know, but I intend to learn more.[ 08-20-2004: Message edited by: billPhillips ]

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