Seppuku. Well you know what I say to that. Mcfarlane and all the overpaid technocrats need to fall on their swords first:
And outside experts said that TriMet's problems are much more complex than its union contract.(In other words, Mcfarlane and his bought and paid for cronies are lying)
Don Pickrell, chief economist at the U.S. Department of Transportation's Volpe Center in Cambridge, Mass., said TriMet is typical of many of the country's transit agencies.
He said that like others, it is stuck with seemingly intractable budget problems, even as ridership grows and it takes federal grant money for new rail lines it doesn't have the money to operate.
Trying to get the ignorant masses to understand this is a task unlikely to succeed in a country that is filled with a population that is against itself.
In Greece, Spain, Italy the people rose up together and to this day they fight the money masters.
In the good ole US of A the population tears itself down.
No police needed here.
Americans will get what they deserve. They think it will end with the destruction of the unions.
Boy are they in for a big surprise.