LABOR MOVEMENT: FAT, LAZY, AND IRRELEVANT

LABOR MOVEMENT: FAT, LAZY, AND IRRELEVANT

This man makes $156,000 a year plus a food allowance worth as much as some two week paychecks.

The labor movement has been in a long and steady decline just since Bill Clinton left office. Labor Unions make up roughly 11% of the entire workforce, and everywhere they are prominent, taxpayer are forced to pay higher costs for projects that almost always run past several “completion” dates before they are finished.

In part because Labor shares a lot of similarities with this guy.

Union fat cat Mark Rosenthal spends more time sleeping at his desk than organizing labor, a series of damning photos reveals.

The 400-pound president of Local 983 of District Council 37 — the city’s largest blue-collar municipal-workers union — often downs a huge meal, then drops into dreamland in the early afternoon, members of the union’s executive board told The Post.

“He eats lunch when he arrives at work at 2 p.m. Then, like clockwork, he goes to sleep with a cup of soda on the table and the straw in it,” said Marvin Robbins, a union vice president.

“Then he wakes up, looks at his watch and says, ‘I have to get out before the traffic gets bad.’ He’s usually out by 4 p.m. after being at the office two hours.”

Labor is a subsidized dinosaur for the Democrat Party. It would be a welcomed change for certain political leaders to concentrate more on actual jobs and initiatives that will positively impact the economy.

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