Sunday, March 13, 2011

Watch This Video And Then Tell Me That Unions Are Great

Montage Documenting Union Violence and Racism against the Tea Party and Walker Supporters WARNING THIS IS VIDEO OF UNIONS.

Send this video to everyone you know and post it on your blog. We need to see who is asking us to reach into our pockets and pay them. Don't you feel better knowing that these same union members have a monopoly over us? Do you really want these unions in control? You have seen the pictures of the damage they have done to our public property haven't you? See these unions have no problem destroying things and making our public property their private pigsty. We are in a massive fiscal problem in almost every state in the union. These states wont get a bailout like they got from the failed stimulus bill.

In fact the unions should be happy since we added to our national debt to pay off the public unions. We put our kids in debt so that the unions wouldn't have to make major cuts. See how they thank us and our children? Those same children that are going to get the bill for the public union bailout stimulus are also getting a third rate education by those public union teachers.

I'm not taking another penny out of my pocket to keep the fat cat public unions in greed. If the left-wing wants these public unions to keep on keeping on then they can pay for it out of the goodness of their liberal hearts. But that is the problem. The liberals goodness goes away real fast when they have to reach into their own pockets. Anyone can be generous with other peoples money.

I'd like to see these mops at these anti-taxpayer protests pass the hat around so we can see how much is in it at the end of the day. How do you think the unions and liberals have portrayed themselves?


  1. Hey Chris! Looking forward to the recall of the Missconsin Fleebagger 14. Spread the word about it:

  2. Good compilation Chris. My daughter heard the yelling as I was playing the video and asked who was yelling and I said a liberal.

    Then she asked who was being yelled at and I told her an American.

    She then asked; "Is this in America"?

    To which I stated in the affirmative; Yes.

    She then further asked who is yelling at an American and I restated a liberal.

    Then she asked; "Who are liberals again"?

    Answer; UN-AMERICAN

    Unintended consequences in Wisconsin

    It's official: After three weeks of increasingly hostile political fighting between public-sector unions and forces led by Republican Gov. Scott Walker, all-out war has been declared in Wisconsin. On Monday, March 9, the GOP-controlled state Senate passed legislation that will basically strip public-sector unions of their right to collective bargaining. In retaliation, Democrats are vowing to strip Republicans of their elective offices — not only in Madison, but across the country.

    If current popular sentiment holds steady, they may well make good on this threat: According to a New York Times/CBS News poll published on March 1, almost twice as many Americans oppose efforts to curtail the collective-bargaining rights of public-sector unions as support such efforts, and a huge majority oppose cutting public workers' pay and benefits in order to close state budget gaps.

    Let's hope, then, that current popular sentiment turns against the unions, and soon.

    How can any compassionate person say such a thing? At a time when so many middle- and lower-income Americans have lost their jobs and homes, while many in the elite haven't even lost their bonuses, isn't it only decent to stand up against further assaults on struggling folks? Exactly whom are these Republicans targeting when they portray unions as big, fat, and overpaid? Janitors? Hospital attendants? Street cleaners?

    Those are all painfully fair questions — and they should shape the way officials deal with the problem of a burgeoning public work force, not serve as an excuse to avoid the issue. Simply put, if politicians are scared away from revamping the public sector, they will be leaving in place a major structural flaw in the national economy. Ironically, no one will pay more dearly for this than the average worker.

    Think about it: When education unions succeed in wringing every concession they can out of their particular piece of a school system, the squeeze is felt mainly by people who have to rely on the whole of that school system: Goodbye, gym class; hello, parents' paying out of pocket for all kinds of "extras" — and these are not, by and large, parents who can just throw their hands up and say, “That's it, he's going to Buckley!” When transit workers' demands shut down services or drive up fares, it barely registers with the rich who ferry themselves in taxis and towncars from one gilded district to another. It hurts those who can't get to their jobs without a bus or subway — and who need to count every cent that commute costs them. When a city's police force receives so much in salary and benefits that the city is then unable to hire enough cops on the beat, who is going to feel it more? The professional who must ask the cabdriver to idle in front of the building until the doorman appears, or the woman who cleans that professional's office, and has to hustle up a dark street before letting herself in? In short, when any government is forced to starve one set of programs in order to feed another, it affects the people who most need those programs — people who are rarely found at the yacht club.

  4. Remember, too, that the people who most need public services also number among the people who are forced to fund them. When it is pointed out that public-sector workers generally earn more than their private-sector counterparts, the unions typically retort that this is only true among lower-level workers. Higher-up public employees tend to be both better educated and less remunerated. But this observation only complicates the social-justice credentials of the whole exercise, for it means that lower down on the ladder, we have public-sector workers deriving benefits from taxpayers who make less than they do. Toward the top, we have comparatively lesser-compensated (but not exactly starving) workers who enjoy such perks as job security, deriving benefits from better-compensated workers who enjoy no such perks. Not quite Germinal.

    The global economic meltdown has ignited an impassioned debate between economists who argue that governments need to implement severe and sweeping austerity measures, and those who argue that such measures would only make everything worse, in part because they will curtail the ability of so many people to spend money and thus spur the economy. In the immediate term, one can certainly see the latter point – but that is precisely why, in the longer term, one should want to have fewer and fewer livelihoods wholly dependent upon government expenditure, rather than more and more, as has been the trend for decades now.

    Sooner or later, that trend is going to have to be reversed. In the unimaginable event that public-sector unions decide to participate in their own rational reform, it can be reversed with minimal trauma to members. Otherwise, unions should be braced for the day that other Americans see them as adversaries to stand up to, rather than fellow citizens to stand up for. In some places, that day seems already to have come. Since taking office last year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has struck a shockingly hostile pose toward the public sector. His approval ratings have gone nowhere but up.


    One would think that if anything is uncivil it is a death threat. Local news outlets in Wisconsin report that a number of Republican legislators have received such threats. Democratic Party activists have gone to Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald's house and pounded on his windows, demanding that he come out, at 6:00 in the morning. Crazed mobs have repeatedly menaced Republicans, who had to be spirited out of the state Capitol by armed state patrolmen. If this isn't uncivil, what is?

    Apparently that isn't how the national media see it. Noel Sheppard notes that ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, NPR, the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and the Los Angeles Times have all ignored these multiple death threats against Republican politicians, even though they have been deemed credible by local law enforcement.

    Of course, these are all Democratic Party news outlets. It is no surprise to anyone that their calls for a "new civility" were nothing but an attempt to shut up conservatives. They are perfectly content with mob rule, as long as the mob is a mob of Democrats. "New civility," RIP. We won't miss you.

  6. Chris, Can you please, if you want to, stop complete articles being posted?

    A link will suffice.

    We all know of the articles to begin with so again the link(s) will suffice.

    I appreciate the info but in this forum it stops the flow of communication.

    Just a thought,,,,

  7. CP,
    Liberals are un-American? Did you actually teach your daughter that or are you just pulling or chains? I suspect the later.

  8. Chris,
    It makes me sad to see you guys used against your own self-interests too help the rich acquire more wealth and leave us workers to stagnating wages and less buying power.

    But life and politics is a pendulum. It'll swing back the other way again.

  9. Joe CP didn't teach his daughter that liberals are un-American. The liberals did it all. It just takes a few pictures or a video to tell the story of liberalism and their hate of everything and everyone that isn't them. I think it's a good idea to teach your kids the truth of what liberals and conservativces do with pictures. Show them the National Mall after the Tea Party conservatives left and then show them the Mall after One Nation. It's pretty clear who is anti and who is pro-anything.

  10. Steve I will be more then happy to pass it around. Thank you.

  11. C-P I try not to regulate the comments. If Anon wants to post or give links it's cool. But I do like links better. That way I can email anything that is good. I'll read the Anon post a little later. Got to take the boys to school.

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  13. Anon. good points. We must keep pointing out the violence coming from the unions. The nice thing is they keep us busy with all the video out there.

  14. Joe
    Politicans through terrible legislation allowed untold numbers of jobs to go over seas but I do beleive Unions were also a part of the equation. Fair Wages like Fair Profits are what has made this country great. Greed from both has put us in a boat with alot of holes in it!

  15. Chris, so I'm right then. Thanks for confirming it. I am taking it that your being facetious. Good one though.

  16. Chris, your being funny. There's a lot of credit to go to the Tea Party for being neat and conscientious of their footprint on the mall. Kudos. But cleanliness isn't next to godliness in politics.

    I'd hate to think what CP's daughter would think of Christians if we showed her the recent pastor/priest


Please keep it clean and nice. Thank you for taking the time to post you thought. It means a lot to me that you do this.