Civil Wars

There are a number of “hot” topics in the news today.  It’s difficult to choose which draws my ire more than the rest.  There are some common threads being exposed—Civil War.  More explicitly, it’s a civil war by the unions against the welfare of the country and the non-union populace.

That war is being played most prominently in Wisconsin, Ohio and other states mired in the mess of public employee unions.  The union lost in Wisconsin despite the efforts of a judge and dem legislators bought by the union.  The battle still continues with this report of thuggery and intimidation by the police union.

Union threatens boycott of any business that doesn’t show support

Letters seek window signs supporting collective bargaining 

By Don Walker of the Journal Sentinel 

Members of the Wisconsin State Employees Union, AFSCME Council 24, have begun circulating letters to businesses in southeast Wisconsin, warning that they will face a boycott if they don’t support collective bargaining for public employee unions.

The letters ask businesses to express that support by displaying union signs in their windows.

“Failure to do so will leave us no choice but (to) do a public boycott of your business,” the letter says. “And sorry, neutral means ‘no’ to those who work for the largest employer in the area and are union members.”

They won in Indiana where the RINO governor caved to the unions and dem legislators in that state’s effort to pass Right to Work.  In other states are efforts to remove the state as collectors of union dues.

It now has been discovered that the Obamacare bills authorized a $2Bn slush fund to support public employees, unions and corporations to subsidize health care costs.  This is nothing more than using funds taken from taxpayers to subsidize a select few—who have historically supported the democrat party.

Can we say, “Pay off!”? 

Yes, we’re in a civil war. A war between the dems and their thuggish supporters against the rest of us. It’s a war to retain their parasitic hold and control of the country.  It’s a war that we must not lose.                                   

2 thoughts on “Civil Wars

  1. I guess this is the 'civil discourse' they keep talking about?

    Do I smell a similarity to the Soviets of my youth? "You're bad, you're doing X !" (when they are the ones always doing X)

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