Why Did the UAW Lose?

20 02 2014

Chattanooga, Tennessee

In spite of having the wind to their backs?

In spite of VW endorsing unionization under UAW aegis and card check essentially being in force?

Because…black.

“Huh?”

UAW = Democrats = Obama = Black = BRA.

The white Southerner isn’t going to fund or vote for his own destruction if he can help it.





More of the Same, They’re Doin’ It Right

6 12 2013

Detroit

Can’t raise a family on $7.40 an hour, so they want $15.

But they also voted for Democrats, who down to almost the last man and woman among them want to bust the borders wide open, for even more non-white Hispanics and others to flood in by the millions.

At which time they’ll be lucky to get $1.





Of Two Minds

29 11 2013

Dellwood

Union-sponsored protest near the Wal-Martinez in Dellwood this morning.  They called on WM nationally to institute an effective $25,000 a year minimum wage with benefits for all employees.

Meanwhile, unions are part of the cabal that wants to swing the borders wide open for more cheap labor Hispanics and other NWs to stream on in.

I heard about it this morning, but so far I can’t find any URLs.  That I can’t find an internet news story on the local MSM that casts WM in a negative light on Black Friday does not surprise me.

UPDATE

P-D covers.





It’s Time to Play “Spot the Contradiction”

29 08 2013

America

LAT:

National fast-food wage protests kick off in New York

Beginning a day of protests that organizers say will spread to 50 cities and 1,000 stores across the country, a crowd of chanting workers gathered Thursday morning at a McDonald’s in midtown Manhattan to call for higher wages and the chance to join a union.

About 500 people, including workers, activists, religious leaders, news crews and local politicians, gathered outside the McDonald’s on Fifth Avenue. The protesters chanted “Si Se Puede” (“Yes, We Can”) and “Hey, hey, ho, ho $7.25 has got to go,” holding signs saying “On Strike: Can’t Survive on $7.25,” referring to the federal minimum wage.

(snip)

The fast-food industry used to employ mostly younger people just trying to make some extra money as they went through school. Now, workers are older and depend on the work to feed families. Analysis by the Economic Policies Institute shows that the average age of minimum-wage workers is now 35, and that 88% are 20 and older.

It should be noted that this informal strike is supported and feted by the SEIU and the AFL-CIO, both unions also want open borders for immig…

…Oops, I was about to give away the answer.  That is, if my added emphasis in the story above didn’t already.





What’s In a Name

22 08 2013

Chicago

gompers

The first person to tell me why this story is ironic gets a gold star.  This post has a hint to the answer; you just have to know where to look.





Drive Out Peabody

31 07 2013

Downtown

That’s what “Take Back St. Louis” really amounts to.

That sound you hear is Peabody suits scouting out space in Clayton or somewhere along 270 for a new headquarters.

Mind you, St. Louis City isn’t as financially dysfunctional as Detroit, but on the other hand, it really can’t afford to lose revenue sources.





Before They Hatch

30 07 2013

Arizona

This is the kind of stuff you’re not supposed to talk about when you’re trying to con people into signing onto treason, John.

Politico:

Immigration bill: John McCain says ‘border surge’ could be changed

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) signaled Tuesday that the dramatic boost in border-security in the Senate’s comprehensive immigration bill could be one of the provisions that may be changed in a potential House-Senate compromise.

During an immigration forum hosted by the AFL-CIO Tuesday, McCain – a key Senate Gang of Eight negotiator – said while a pathway to citizenship for the nation’s undocumented immigrants is a “fundamental element” of the bill, the “rest of it could be adjusted.” He singled out the border security parts as an example.

IOW, any “enforcement” is meant to be boob bait for the suckers, which would duly be negotiated out in conference, and barring that, ignored by Obama.

Juan McAmnesty just confirmed it.

Remember when unions actually cared about American workers?








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