Fat-Cat Unionists Declare Class War

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There are 22 Right to Work states in the USA. 92% of the American labor force is not in a Labor Union. So, how much of an effect will this have on non-union, merit based laborers? According to Morning Bell, "Specifically, Big Labor reportedly has struck a deal with health care negotiators to exempt union members from the 40% excise tax on high-priced health insurance premiums. By some estimates, the tax would hit one in four union members. Now Big Labor will get all of the big government health care spending they always wanted, but they will not have to pay for it."

That's right. Union members will not have to pay a 40% excise tax on their health care plans while merit-based laborers will be forced to pony up the 40% tax.

While Democrats have been framing this debate as a way to target the rich in America who are not paying their fair share, this seems to be anything but the case. They have drawn new class lines. You are either in the Union Class or you are in the Common Class and the Common Class pays heavily for their Health Care.

Right to Work states will be forced to foot the bill for the exempt Labor Unions. And Labor Unions will use this new Government granted exemption as a way to force more members into their fold.

More coming on this matter soon.

(from netrightnation.com)

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Progs compared to Islamofacists

Groups target downfall of United States
The aim is the same. The difference is in the details.

There exist two separate philosophies led and peopled by dedicated ideologues who are focused on the destruction of the constitutional re public that is called the United States of America. Each group is determined to remake that republic into its own world view, which are remarkably similar in scope in that they deny individual liberty while demanding obeisance to a centralized power.

Although equally dedicated, what separates the two groups is the length to which each will go in attempting to achieve those ends, but even in that separation, there is a similarity best expressed by a member of one of those groups, an operational philosophy each is using.

Who are the groups? One is the jihadist movement, a widespread collection of dedicated Islamofascists determined to destroy the basic concepts of individual freedom to institute Sharia law, imposing through violence an Islamic theocracy.

The other is the progressive movement, a collection of dedicated leftists determined to destroy the basic concepts of individual freedom to institute a Marxist state, imposing through political machinations the centralized control of American life.

(from ldnews.com)

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Members of the Rhode Island Tea Party are asking U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse to apologize for remarks he made on the Senate floor during the health-care debate.

According to NBC 10, the protesters showed up Wednesday at a downtown Providence restaurant where the senator was scheduled to speak to the Rhode Island Young Democrats.

They say Whitehouse compared groups that oppose the President’s policies to right-wing militias and Aryan support groups.
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Union Corruption, 2009

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"We spent a fortune to elect Barack Obama - $60.7 million to be exact - and we're proud of it," Service Employees International Union (SEIU) President Andrew Stern proclaimed last year.

Now he and other labor leaders want a full return on their investment. "A full return," more than anything else, means getting Congress, the executive branch and the courts to transform labor law and policy into vehicles for a massive expansion of union membership and bargaining power.

That goal surely would have been realized were it not for dogged and principled opposition. The 2008 presidential and congressional elections provided a rare opportunity for organized labor to lead a coalition for a radical economic and political shift. The Treasury Department's strong-arming of General Motors and Chrysler into allowing the United Auto Workers to own a sizable stake in each company testifies to the power of organized labor with close friends in the White House.

Unions in 2009 could count on help from radical nonprofit groups, the most of visible and threatening being the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN. This New Orleans-based nationwide network, implicated in a variety of illegal schemes including voter registration fraud, embezzlement and other offenses, is now under investigation by the federal government and at least a dozen states.

In the case of the SEIU, support has been more than moral; the union's Locals 100 and 880 from the start have been ACORN subsidiaries. Don't expect the current administration to express too much concern - as a Chicago lawyer in the mid Nineties, Barack Obama represented ACORN in an Illinois case whose outcome ultimately enabled the group to engage in voter-registration fraud this decade.

And as U.S. president, he made sure to hire a political director, Patrick Gaspard, who has a lengthy history of involvement with ACORN and SEIU.
(from nlpc.org)

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Exposed: The New Porkulus 'Math'

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The AP reports that the White House

has abandoned its controversial method of counting jobs under President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus, making it impossible to track the number of jobs saved or created with the $787 billion in recovery money. Despite mounting a vigorous defense of its earlier count of more than 640,000 jobs credited to the stimulus, even after numerous errors were identified, the Obama administration now is making it easier to give the stimulus credit for hiring. It’s no longer about counting a job as saved or created; now it’s a matter of counting jobs funded by the stimulus.

I see. So like in Communist Russia, from now on, in America, economic growth and efficiency or wealth creation won’t be the goal of public policies. It’s all about hiring someone to dig a hole and hiring another one to fill it up and counting it as two jobs.

(from biggovernment.com)

Obama's experience termed 'useless'

Chicago: Proving ground for social-justice fraud

Barack Obama has exploited his youthful stint as a Chicago community organizer at every stage of his political career. As someone who had worked for grassroots “change,” he said, he was a different kind of politician, one who could translate people’s hopes into reality. The media lapped up this conceit, presenting Obama’s organizing experience as a meaningful qualification for the Oval Office.

This past September, a cell-phone video of Chicago students beating a fellow teen to death coursed over the airwaves and across the Internet. None of the news outlets that had admiringly reported on Obama’s community-organizing efforts mentioned that the beating involved students from the very South Side neighborhoods where the president had once worked. Obama’s connection to the area was suddenly lost in the mists of time.

Yet a critical blindness links Obama’s activities on the South Side during the 1980s and the murder of Derrion Albert in 2009. Throughout his four years working for “change” in Chicago’s Roseland and Altgeld Gardens neighborhoods, Obama ignored the primary cause of their escalating dysfunction: the disappearance of the black two-parent family. Obama wasn’t the only activist to turn away from the problem of absent fathers, of course; decades of failed social policy, both before and after his time in Chicago, were just as blind. And that myopia continues today, guaranteeing that the current response to Chicago’s youth violence will prove as useless as Obama’s activities were 25 years ago.

(from city-journal.org)

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