It's always sunny in JFK
- Sep 2, 2003
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First off you are talking about public vs private sectors unions. You do see the difference don't you? Second if my airline was BROKE, I might consider actually contributing a whopping 2% towards my retirement is not the end of the world. Your analogy is not just flawed, it's just plain wrong.
It was an overall 8% reduction in pay and benefits. I can live with that and yes it's a public union that has some responsibility to us the tax payer. Still, I see them being mad. What if you were told that you could never strike as an airline pilot and were told you could never receive a raise above inflation... Would you be mad?