|Labor Declares War on America|
When Nikita Khrushchev bellowed, "We will bury you!", we naturally assumed that meant with bombs. The truth today is that "they" are already throwing the dirt on our bodies without so much as a small "boom" being heard.
"They", of course, are not the Soviets or even the Russians, but our own neighbors who adhere to the same ideology of our former enemies. The labor movement; the working class. The proletariat.
In separate speeches over the Labor Day weekend, TEA Party members and proponents were called barbarians by Vice President Joe Biden, and sons of female dogs by Teamster president Jimmy Hoffa Jr., who went a step further by threatening to "take [us] out". Joe Biden's comment was particularly amusing, however, considering his choice of target and the characterization of them.
While union thugs routinely bully and beat people and destroy property when "protesting" something, TEA Party rallies are calm and respectful. Heck, look at a park a few hours after a TEA Party rally has taken place...one wouldn't know there was anyone there. Those rallies are attended by people who were raised properly, people who respect the property on which they stand, and who clean up after themselves. There really isn't much to clean up since they don't litter in the first place.
So Joe, really? Barbarians? I hardly think so.
Hoffa's comments were more vicious, hinting at the violent nature of union members that we have come to know and loathe. Part of what he said:
"We got to keep an eye on the battle that we face: The war on workers. And you see it everywhere, it is the Tea Party. And you know, there is only one way to beat and win that war. The one thing about working people is we like a good fight. And you know what? They've got a war, they got a war with us and there's only going to be one winner. It's going to be the workers of Michigan, and America. We're going to win that war.
President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march. Let's take these son of bi**hes out and give America back to an America where we belong."Hoffa's words were part of a crowd-warmer for Obama's own "jobs" speech. How troublesome, then, that the president never bothered to repudiate those words, even declaring during his speech that he was "proud" of Junior and other labor leaders in attendance. And despite his appeals for civility in our political dialogue, Obama didn't even mention Hoffa's speech.
Compare that with the losing tactics of John McCain in February of 2008. As a warm up and introduction for then-candidate McCain, syndicated talk radio host Bill Cunningham whipped up the crowd by twice referring to Obama by his full name (gasp!), Barack Hussein Obama. Cunningham also called Obama a "hack, Chicago-style Daley politician". When McCain was told of Cunningham's comments, he issued a rebuke:
"I take responsibility and I repudiate what he said. I will not tolerate anything in this campaign that denigrates either Sen. Obama or Sen. (Hillary) Clinton."What a barbarian!
As the labor movement gets ever more bolder, it becomes more radical and determined to remake America into a soviet-style nation. It is a socialist's dream come true, and they will do all that they can to bring it to fruition. Perhaps that is why the Communist Party U.S.A. endorsed Obama in 2008, and why they will probably do so again next year. Obama's platform mirrors that of the CPUSA.
I wonder if our media watchdogs will ever get off of Obama's porch long enough to actually do what they're supposed to do; report the truth. Sphere: Related Content