Viewers sound off on bus strike

News 12 viewers are turning to Facebook to share their opinions as the school bus strike continues for another day. Some say they don't blame

News 12 viewers are turning to Facebook to share their opinions as the school bus strike continues for another day.

News 12 viewers are turning to Facebook to share their opinions as the school bus strike continues for another day. (1/17/13)

THE BRONX - News 12 viewers are turning to Facebook to share their opinions as the school bus strike continues for another day.

Some say they don't blame the drivers for walking off the job because it's Mayor Michael Bloomberg's fault. Others are taking new sides, including one person who said, "I don't side with Bloomberg often, but I do this time."

Many expressed concern for parents who are struggling to make new arrangements and hope that the two sides will find common ground soon.  

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