SEIU thug scandal snags Obama official

Purple People Beaters color U.S. politics

Last summer was a long time ago. Remember Elston K. McCowan? He’s the Public Service Director of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2000, and a Baptist minister, in St. Louis.

"McCowan is one of the SEIU thugs arrested for allegedly beating Kenneth Gladney after the Russ Carnahan town hall meeting in St. Louis in August. After his arrest, McGowan said Gladney, who is half his size, actually attacked him. He insists he was the victim, and he has now filed for worker’s compensation. He claims he was injured, while on the clock." [Full story at: examiner.com.] At a later event, ACORN members were run out of a Tea Party for selling the same 'Don't Tread on Me' flags Gladney had been selling in St. Louis.

OK, then let's go over it again, including the involvement of the Obama-Andy Stern Administration and Buffy Wicks. (Andy Stern is the SEIU big who borrowed $100 million from Bank of America to invest in the Obama campaign, and who now 'practically lives' in The White House.)

We all work for Valerie Jarrett now

Stop Valerie Jarrett is a project of Americans for Limited Government and NetRightNation.com

'The Chicago Way' is the buzz metaphor for The Obama Administration's leadership style. It informed the campaign. Its practitioners run The White House. Thus, it animates the New Progressive Era.

The Chicago Way is pretty simple. You're either on the bus or it's running you over. We're in charge now. You work for us. Don't forget it: You pay to play.

Obamunism: Roots Exposed

Who is Saul Alinsky?

Book Review excerpt courtesy of the jumbo teachers union, the National Education Association. For the full review, click: here.
An inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer!

Saul Alinsky wrote the book on American radicalism - two books, in fact: a 1945 best-seller, "Reveille for Radicals" and "Rules for Radicals" in 1971. The "Reveille" title page quotes Thomas Paine... "Let them call me rebel and welcome, I feel no concern from it; but I should suffer the misery of devils, were I to make a whore of my soul."

Saul Alinsky, who was a labor and civil-rights activist from the 1910's until he died in 1972, has written here a guidebook for those who are out to change things. He sets down what the goal is: a society where people are free to live, and also aren't starving in the streets. A society where there is legal and economic justice. Then he sets out to say how to get there.

Alinsky spends a lot of time critiquing the idea that "The end does not justify the means." What end? What means? He feels that there are circumstances where one can and should use means that in other circumstances would be unethical. I am not sure I agree, but Alinsky certainly speaks with the voice of experience.
Related video: "Who is Saul Alinsky?"

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Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
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Campaign Gangbangers

Union-backed voter fraud fell short in Garden State

ACORN had better get its act together before next November's congressional election or the New Progressive movement will be dead in the water.

We cannot expect union organizer-operatives to get this done on their own.

It's not about me!

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