If you’d like to have something to talk about in Chicago, you can most certainly capitalize on the Chicago Teacher Union (CTU) strike because everyone in the Windy City knows the buzz. CTU president, Karen Lewis, fights with Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Today the papers claim Rahm is ready to sue. While the teachers’ are on strike, children are out of school.
But while everyone in Chicago, and frankly, the entire United States is witnessing the teachers’ whining, are the teachers themselves aware of the ungrateful attitude on display for their students and fellow countrymen in an economy where 23 million are unemployed?