Thursday, March 12, 2009

And if I hear anything about how wonderful unions are,

I'll think of this:
...In this release, Teamster president Hoffa praised the House and Senate sponsors of card check and asked, “Since when is the secret ballot a basic tenet of democracy?”

Well, gee, you worthless, corrupt piece of crap, for quite a long damned time. And that you can say such a thing tells me all I need to know about you and what you're pushing. And the dirtbags in Congress pushing it for you.

I wonder, what did their integrity cost? Probably went pretty cheap, I'd guess.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

Since when is he so confident he won't be joining his father at seat SS 114 of that baseball stadium?

I hate to be referencing the same book in every quote, but in "The Nazis in Power", Richard Evans wrote of how in 1933 the polling places had a SINGLE booth for those who did not want to vote in front of the poll workers at the table, and over the booth was a sign that read (in German of course) "Here is for traitors to vote".