Monday, September 16, 2013

FEED THE PIGS: We are all going to be taxed out of our homes, to fund the organizers that feed the 1%.

FEED THE PIGS: We are all going to be taxed out of our homes, to fund the "organizers" that feed the 1%.

     Once again, a political coalition has formed to point a finger at the 1%.  While there is no question that the 1% has profited grotesquely in this country, there is also no question that they are funding the politicians who yell 99% while greater than 10% remain unemployed, under-employed, and taxed by an impending healthcare payment enforcement act.

     Support for labor movements has waned recently, largely because of their support of the Obama healthcare tax and perverse politics, and now they are scrambling to refill their coffers.  Here is a quote from an article by Mark Gruenberg attributed to the AFL-CIO Political Director, Michael Podhorzer, that was printed in The Labor Citizen, Volume 1, issue 4, p 7.

"We'll get a huge influx of money and workers" on state races because the (workers) lived under       repressive regimes."

     In that same issue, Trumka says "none of us are strong enough" or organized enough to change the U.S. anti-worker, procorporate political climate, or to make the economy work for the 99 percent, not the 1 percent.  So Trumka wants to bring in more progressive groups, "such as lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgenger groups to the Labor movement."

Divide and Conquer?  On 9.16.2013, NPR's On Point aired a show focused on the new strength of mayors as "Washington power wanes" (largely due to unpopular legislation.).  The unions have also now vowed to play heavily in local elections now, and they can spend unlimited amounts due to the recent Supreme Court ruling that allows them to spend unlimited amounts to speak to non-members

     Now that is one hell-av-an Alinsky preacher!  And it looks like "Liberation Theology" for frustrated union leaders and radical politicians.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

On NPR's On Point -

and the finacial bailout occurred after the first wave of 21st century recessions and many had already cashed in their retirement plans!

Once again - 99% who?

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Politicians? Try Royalty.

CNN canceled a documentary about Hillary Clinton because of pressure from the Clinton people. Both parties were against it being produced. Why? Robamaton care?

On Point (NPR) had a person on today who claimed she was FOR Obamacare because her employer's insurance was deemed unaffordable!!

Do people realize what is happening to them here?

8:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The polls say it all the day of the shut down!


Obama 53%
Boehner 48%

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The DJIA is up today too!

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SEIU politicians using your bank account again:

"Economists say it won't be long before financial markets react negatively to this continued uncertainty," Reid said on the Senate floor

"The life savings of ordinary Americans are at risk."

6:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More SEIU money transfers:

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1555 and Service Employees International Union local 1021 want a raise of nearly 12 percent over three years, while BART has proposed a 10 percent increase over four years. BART said workers from the two unions now average about $71,000 in base salary and $11,000 in overtime annually.

11:01 AM  

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