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April 11, 2011

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ColorBlindJustice

It's lawsuits like this that'll make it so much easier for the American people to ultimately embrace the necessary wholesale layoffs of federal employees.

What don't union leaders understand about the word "broke"? America is broke, folks. So if you don't like the fact that shutdowns and occasional days of "involuntary servitude" are forevermore an inherent part of your federal employment package, now's the time to quit and go look for a real job in the truly cold, cruel world.

In any case, stop the pathetically out-of-touch belly-aching, because no one gives a hoot.

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