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A Thug Is A Thug Is A Thug
Unions Have Outlived Their Usefulness
This is an election year and let there be no doubt that the union thugs will be very active. In fact, they already are as the recall election in Wisconsin is showing what they are capable of. One Republican state Senator is resigning her seat because of the blatant intimidation she has experienced at the hands of these goons. Because the woman doesn't agree with unions and their strong arm tactics doesn't make her a "pig" as she was called in one instance. The thugs will stop at nothing it seems if they have the public sucker snatched out of their mouths. It also would seem that Obama condones this type of activities in the name of reelection politics. I have yet to hear a word of condemnation coming from our President about the thugs he has working on his side. Please watch the video that was just released and has already gone viral.
Disgusting? Intimidation Is The Name Of Their Game
What right do these thugs have to target people in their homes. businesses and even go so far as invading their privacy through the use of their email accounts? There should really be no wonder about the reason workers don't want their private information in the hands of union bosses in light of what you just watched.
The Workforce Fairness Institute is now in the process of releasing a series of videos showing how these far left-wing thugs operate. A civil society has no place for people like this other than maybe in prisons. Because anyone wants to dissent does not mean that intimidation and the threat of violence should be a weapon to stifle that dissent. Obama calls for civil discourse? Really? As long as his left-wing goons are being uncivil, I reckon that is okay with him. Just don't let anyone else be guilty of such conduct?
Don't you find it interesting that the SEIU actually has a training manual distributed to instruct union goons how to intimidate, harass and threaten people in order to achieve their ends. The "bloody" comment was actually made during a rally by a US House Representative. So it's okay for one of our elected officials, who is supposed to be representing all his constituents, to make such public comments? How low is the left capable of stooping is my question?
Time To Shutter This Agency
What compounds this problem, from all appearances anyway, is the continued existence of the National Labor Relations Board. Do you see them issuing any condemnations or sanctions upon the unions and their conduct of intimidation? It has moved into a new realm of being a political tool under the Obama administration. It is supposed to be an impartial arbiter of labor disputes but the recent case of them taking Boeing to court shows just what their real bent is.
So again, having watched that video, why is it that the NLRB has been pushing for legislation that employers be required to turn over the names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of all workers within two days of filing an organizing petition? They can kiss my grits. Why in the world would anyone want to be intimidated or harassed just prior to such an event? Who gave the authority to the NLRB to push for legislation since they are impartial? The fact is the board is far from impartial.
Why did Obama make three non-recess appointments to that board when Congress wasn't in an official recess? What is Richard Trumpka doing on the frequent visitor program at The People's House? Questions, always those pesky little questions about Obama and his union ties.
I know wrong when I see it. No one, other than the employer, should have the right to the most private of information about its workers and releasing it without a worker's permission is wrong. Just as an employer wanting to have access to any worker's Facebook account is wrong. Both things are as wrong as you can get. In the case of the unions, with their record of harassing people and intimidation, the case should be closed as are employer records.
Brace yourselves and watch as we near the election this coming November. The unions of this nation have outlived their usefulness. Having said that myself, let them come to my private residence if they so desire. Nothing I hate worse than a thug and I don't hate very often.
The Frog Prince