If you have in mind to support the controllers in their current situation with the FAA and congress, I'm not sure airing audio clips of controller errors is the way to do it. If you saw Administrator Blakey on CNN, she, and the rest of the FAA management types, like to paint the controllers as overpaid and underworked (all while paying lip service to their skill and dedication.)
I take from your post that *you* understand that any action that adversly affects the controllers is likely to result in a corresponding adverse effect on saftey. I also take from it that you understand that the long lasting negative impact on saftey in 81 was more a result of the reaction to the strike, than the strike itself.
I'm not sure the average elected official is bright enough to make those connections. I'd be concerned that if they hear recordings of controller errors they're more likely to think, "Gee, they *aren't* worth what they're being paid, are they?"
BTW, the FAA has asked NATCA to go back to the bargaining table. http://www.natca.org/mediacenter/press-release-detail.aspx?id=384