american federation of teachers ultimatum for wells farg

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    dannyr3_8 Well-Known Member

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    sorry screwed up title supposed to be american federation of teachers ultimatum for wells farg
     
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    good post Danny. I read an article a couple days ago that the Bank of America would not do business with companies that manufacture ARs.
     
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    its their loss ar's are are multi million if not billion dollar businesses
     
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    What they choose do with their money is their business. Problem is that teacher's pensions/investments/mortgages have NOT been doing good, so it's critical that those investments be fiscally sound. THIS is not one of those decisions. They basically are saying "we don't care that the 2nd Amendment is a civil right", we want to virtue signal.
     
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    Just like the fiasco created under the last 50 yrs of KY’s government in Frankfort by the dimocraps, our Teachers are rebelling against the very corrective measures that will preserve their retirement. The bloated corpse of the previous trajectory of funding is now putrifying and threatening to burst with the noxious gases of mismanagement perpetuated by every KY Governor since 1970.
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    very well said sir
     
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    Except this government of mini trump an’it worth a plug nickel, either.
     
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    Crank, it’s the platform of reform that he ran on and was elected for. At least he is actually doing something other than paying lip service to this and many other long pre-existing problems that have plagued KY for decades.
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