Labor-State Under Duress

Worker-choice a modern alternative to forced-labor unionism


Hard Left + Team Obama Raid Ohio

'Organizing v. America' creates dynamic WH, AFL-CIO, CP-USA troika
It sounds like Mr. Obama needs to explain to these people that elections have consequences.

Union activists said they would immediately launch a repeal referendum if the bill is passed and some urged a referendum to recall Kasich. Although he won the election with claims he would be better able to create jobs, Kasich’s approval ratings plummeted to around 35 per cent after he announced his union busting plans and slash and burn budget proposals…

Sure they did. And never mind that just like Gov. Walker in Wisconsin, Gov. Kasich is doing exactly what he promised he would do if he were elected. A concept that is totally foreign to the Democrats and their union foot soldiers.

Unions are urging members to build pressure on Republican legislators with phone calls and emails.

Tuesday’s rally, preceding the fourth hearing will be the first time unions are bringing buses from throughout the state, reactivating phone banks used during election campaigns and email rapid response networks to mobilize members against Kasich’s program. Police, firefighters, service employees, auto workers and teachers unions are among those organizing buses.

Organize for America, President Barack Obama’s campaign group, is working to fill buses from seven cities and MoveOn, the national progressive group with an email list of 120,000 in Ohio, is mobilizing its members.

It is expected that, aside from Strickland, Democratic members of the state’s U.S. Congressional delegation will also take part.

Remember, this is the same Barack Obama who is calling for ‘a new era of fiscal responsibility.’ Who says that everyone must have skin in the game and be willing to make sacrifices.

Except his comrades.
(from CP-USA's peoplesworld.org via sweetness-light.com)

Meet Obama's Persuasive Surrogates

Does the book 'Liberal Fascism' ring a bell?


Dem Thug Bares His Fangs

Political H8 speech: Time to get ‘bloody’
A Democratic Congressman from Massachusetts is raising the stakes in the nation’s fight over the future of public employee unions, saying emails aren’t enough to show support and that it is time to “get a little bloody.”

“I’m proud to be here with people who understand that it’s more than just sending an email to get you going. Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary,” Rep. Mike Capuano (D-Ma.) told a crowd in Boston on Tuesday rallying in solidarity for Wisconsin union members.

Capuano’s comments come at a time when there is heightened sensitivity to violent rhetoric in the wake of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ (D-Az.) shooting in January.

Capuano is considered a leading contender to take on Sen. Scott Brown in 2012.

This is not Capuano’s first brush with violent rhetoric. Last month Capuano said, “Politicians, I think are too bland today. I don’t know what they believe in. Nothing wrong with throwing a coffee cup at someone if you’re doing it for human rights.”
(from nhjournal.com)

Don't Mess With Union Thugs

H8ful U.S. collectivists rise up


Standing By In Wisconsin

Badgers need to modernize out-of-date Collective Bargaining statutes


Obama Surrogates Police Jews

Communication Worker Thugs Impose Social Justice


AFL-CIO, SEIU in Historic Pact

Obama brokers deal; National Socialist Workers Party thugs to adopt common fight song


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

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Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
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Obama Bails Out UAW-GovMo Again

Collectivists never take enough
The U.S. Treasury is giving up $14 billion in tax revenue because of a sweetheart deal it's giving General Motors.

The automaker is expected to post its first profitable year since 2004 when it reports fourth-quarter results on Thursday. But GM (GM) won't have to worry about being hit with a big tax bill because billions in previous losses will provide shelter for years to come.

That break will reduce GM's U.S. tax bill by an estimated $14 billion in the coming years, and its global taxes by close to $19 billion, according to a company filing.

Companies typically get a break on future taxes because of past losses. But in most cases they lose that tax break during bankruptcy, because the losses are offset by the "income" the company receives from shedding its debt.

The power behind GM's throne
Since the company shed $30 billion in debt during bankruptcy, it should have wiped out most of the tax break. GM even warned it expected to lose those tax breaks shortly before filing for Chapter 11 protection.

But somehow, that never happened, and the automaker was able to keep most of its tax breaks, essentially receiving a $14 billion "gift" from the government.
(from money.cnn.com)

The Roots of Our Progressive Century

Robert Ringer's State of the Union
With the angry uprising of pampered teachers in Wisconsin, the long-awaited Marxist revolution in the U.S. may finally be underway. It’s been clear for decades that a forced ending to America’s experiment with soft socialism would almost certainly trigger such a revolution.

Soft socialism was destined to fail from the outset, because it is the nature of life that a little bit of something bad tends to expand into a lot of something bad. That reality, however, has for decades been masked by the progressive’s best friend — gradualism.

The average American had no idea that he was slowly being boiled alive, because soft socialism made it possible for him to buy a house he couldn’t afford, go on vacations he couldn’t afford, and fill his life with hi-tech toys he couldn’t afford. This comfy lifestyle made him oblivious to the realities of life.

While there was no official beginning to the era of soft socialism in the U.S., there’s no question that FDR’s ascent to the presidency and the implementation of his New Deal was a major step in that direction.
(from blog.robertringer.com)

Workers Party, LaFollette Jr., Muhammad

On this day: February 24
The National Socialist German Workers Party is founded (1920)

National Public Radio is founded in the U.S. (1970)

Cuba national Constitution proclaimed (1976)

Fidel Castro retires as the President of Cuba after nearly fifty years (2008)

d: Anton Drexler (1942), Robert M. La Follette, Jr. (1953), Elijah Muhammad (1975)

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