Congress Pushes Out O'Care

Nation's best politicians aglow in their finest hour


(from tobytoons.com)

Meet Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Rules Committee)

"All this talk about rules. When the deal goes down, we make 'em up as we go along."


Prog Black Caucus gets slur-free earful

It can't happen here


Obama scored for bullying, arrogance

But he won the election


"He will be a one-term president, but the tracks he lays will be devastating to our country for years to come." - Jon Voight

Blinded lamestreams sugar-coat evil

Collectivist authoritarians get typical free pass
Socialist and fascist governments run America and Europe and they are falling further and further into the collectivist trap every day. Everyone wants to be rescued from their mistakes and that simply can’t happen. In the meantime to finance this illusion they both go deeper and deeper into debt.
(from beforeitsnews.com)

U.S. taxpayers spoon-feed union operatives

AFL-CIO takes federal money in exchange for supporting HCR that will screw its members

Ever heard of the American Center for International Labor Solidarity?

Well, the ACILS is a cover from the AFL-CIO. Same group. Different name.

See, Congress can funnel money to the AFL-CIO through this front group and no one can attack the AFL-CIO because who the heck has ever heard of ACILS.

Well, the AFL-CIO is now endorsing health care deform despite the excise tax in the legislation that creates a HUGE tax burden on workers. In fact, the Machinists Union is wholly opposed to the health benefits tax.

Tom Buffenbarger, the Machinists’ union leader, is flat out at war over this provision and lots of union leaders are wondering why the heck the AFL-CIO decided to line up behind legislation that taxes union workers.

(from redstate.com)

Union thugs attack O'Care holdouts

Simple: You betray you pay

Labor unions are applying every ounce of pressure they have to get the final votes on the health care bill, focusing particularly on members who have said they would oppose the measure.

Yesterday, the AFL-CIO sent a letter to Mike Arcuri (D-NY) telling him they would not be able to support him if he voted against the bill. And Dr. Les Roberts, who ran against Arcuri in the primary in 2006, has already been approached as a primary challenger by leaders of the Working Families Party.

Today, the AFL-CIO sent a similiar letter to Stephen Lynch (D-MA), who emerged as a prominent No vote earlier this week.

The AFL-CIO and other labor unions are not the only ones talking about betrayal and primaries – Michael Moore has an open letter excoriating Bart Stupak for his hijacking of the health care debate, and endorses his primary challenger, Connie Saltonstall.

(from news.firedoglake.com)

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