It’s kind of interesting to watch the unfolding union created drama in Albuquerque as Mayor Berry makes the difficult decision to cut spending:
Union representatives, ticked off by Albuquerque Mayor R.J. Berry’s plan to cut city workers salaries, have come out swinging, calling the fight against the budget plan, war.
“Are we not at war?” Andrew Padilla asked.
So, help me understand this Mr. Padilla…
Mayor Berry proposes to keep union workers employed, but with a modest 3% pay cut, and you issue a battle cry. However, nearly one out of ten people in Albuquerque are unemployed and a great many more are underemployed, and neither you nor your union leader brethren screamed and hollered when the legislature proposed one broad based tax increase on top of another.
How’s that work?