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Union boss: We need to force socialism on America!

Well, his buddy B.O. is certainly trying.  But you don’t normally see this kind of telegraphing one’s intentions, do you?

From the AFL-CIO blog, violence-promoting labor chief Richard Trumka urged his fellow leftists to seize back power from the Tea Party movement and take back “control of the national conversation.”

Gloves off:

With the economy continuing to stagger and job creation not moving quickly, “working people are justifiably angry and frustrated” as they approach the Nov. 2 elections, says AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.


…In the short term, said Trumka, the labor movement has to “recapture the moment and take control of the national conversation.” Building for the future, we need to fundamentally restructure our economy and re-establish popular control over the private corporations which have distorted our economy and hijacked our government. That’s a long-term job, but one we should start now.

Sorry, pal, but we’re taking the trash out in five weeks.  And if your portly behind wants to sit in my garbage can, I’ll me more than happy to gorilla press you out to the dumpster, Humpty.

September 28, 2010 Posted by | socialism, unions | 1 Comment

Hoyer vulnerable?

Hmmmm.  How delicious would that be?  Story here, but lemme drop an appetizer on you:

Here’s the thing: Democrats think Hoyer is bulletproof, but there are good reasons to believe that the incumbent is far more vulnerable this year than anyone suspects. As I explained before the primary, GOP candidate Collins Bailey got 80,000 votes in 2008 — a high-tide year for Democrats when Obama carried the 5th District by a 2-to-1 margin

Democrat enthusiasm is way down this year, so their turnout is likely to be far lower. In 2006, a midterm election that was also a big year for Democrats, there were barely 200,000 votes cast in the 5th District race. So if there is a similar turnout Nov. 2, and Lollar merely matches the GOP’s 80,000 total from 2008, that puts him at 40%. Add another 15,000 votes, and he’s in shocker-upset range.

Black.  Marine.  Conservative.  Energetic.  And most importantly, not Pelosi’s Pet.  Vote for Charles Lollar.

September 28, 2010 Posted by | conservatism | 1 Comment