CommentsHooray for me and the h*ll with the students. Fire them all. There are millions of good teachers who would be willing to work for less than what those greedy thugs are raking in.
Posted by Cats1cowboy on 09/15 at 10:55 AM | #
It's not about schools, kids, or education. It's about fomenting revolution.
Union boss, Mike Golash, who used to run D.C.’s chapter 689 of the Amalgamated Transit Union, said during an Occupy DC “People’s Assembly” on August 19: “Progressive labor is a revolutionary communist organization. Its objective is to make revolution in the United States, overthrow the capitalist system and build communism.”
Organized union labor is what communism IS: “workers of the world-unite!”; “DICTATORSHIP of the proletariat”; etc. ad nauseum. Does anyone need any more convincing?
Posted by frank on 09/15 at 09:49 AM | #
Chicagoland: Useful Idiocy On Display
Posted by J.J. Jackson on Sep 15, 2012 at 07:56 AM
Chicago teachers on strike, Unions, Students
Eventually liberalism turns on itself and starts eating its own. Evil always does.More...
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