True ObamaCare

Your most personal decisions belong to all of us


Pranking Progs

The backward Left gives U.S. plenty of laughs

Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

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SEIU Boycotts Oppressors

That's why it's Barack Obama's favorite union


AFSCME Rules Fleebagger DINOs

BigGov unionism isn't going anywhere
Most people watching the Wisconsin fracas over the last couple of months remember when, to avoid their legislative duties, Wisconsin State Democrats fled the state. While only the blind or infirm would not have seen the fleebagggers as being sops for their union bosses that they are, today’s news re-affirms it.

Not only did Wisconsin’s Democrat fleebaggers coordinate their activities with their union bosses, according to WTAQ.com today, AFSCME boss Blaine Rummel actually gave Senate Democrat leader Mark Miller his talking points:
The nation’s largest government labor union told Wisconsin Senate Democrats what to say on the day they left Madison to delay a vote on the collective bargaining limits.

The Milwaukee newspaper obtained e-mails from the office of Senate Democratic Leader Mark Miller. Blaine Rummel of AFSCME – the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees – gave talking points to Miller’s office. Rummel urged the senators to tell the media,
“We’re on the job. The fact is, Wisconsin legislators are sworn to protect people’s rights, not take them away – and we are fulfilling our oath.”
In this case, the “rights” referred to the collective bargaining privileges Governor Scott Walker tried to take away from most public unions but couldn’t, because the law is now being held up in court.

Miller spokesman Mike Browne denied that Senate Democrats were puppets pulled by the union strings. He said Rummel’s comments reflected the general sentiment of the lawmakers – and some were quoted as saying the same things before AFSCME’s talking points were sent

Yeah, okay.
(from redstate.com)

Terebovlia, Domino Theory, Tito

On this day: April 7
In Terebovlia, Ukraine, Germans order 1,100 Jews to undress to their underwear and march through the city of Terebovlia to the nearby village of Plebanivka where they are shot dead and buried in ditches (1943)

U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower gives his "domino theory" speech during a news conference (1954)

Yugoslavia is proclaimed to be a Socialist republic and Josip Broz Tito is named President for life (1963)

German Federal Prosecutor Siegfried Buback and his driver are shot by two Red Army Faction members while waiting at a red light (1977)

b: Gustav Landauer (1870), Walter Winchell (1897), Hodding Carter III (1935), Gerhard Schröder (1944); d: Frank Church (1984), Carl Schmitt (1985)

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