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Letter: Workers’ strike at Sequoia Hospital
October 10, 2013, 05:00 AM Letter

Editor,

I’m generally supportive of workers’ rights and strikes. However, I am dismayed by the behavior of the striking workers at Sequoia Hospital. I cannot imagine how anyone in the profession of caring for people would intentionally cause traffic jams in front of a hospital. Imagine someone rushing to get to the emergency room only to be blocked by the traffic created by these strikers. Apparently these strikers are indifferent to the well-being of the people they ostensibly serve in their jobs. Intentionally creating traffic jams in front of a hospital is immoral and shameful.

If these workers are trying to gain sympathy for their cause, they should change their tactics. They’ve lost at least one supporter.

Adam Schwartz

Redwood City

 

 

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