Friday, February 18, 2011

Astroturf? Oh yeah, it is.

This union protest thing just keeps getting better and better.  I knew Barry called Wisconsin's bill "an assault" but it turns out he's behind the astroturf too.

Obama accused Scott Walker, the state's new Republican governor, of unleashing an "assault" on unions in pushing emergency legislation that would nullify collective-bargaining agreements that affect most public employees, including teachers.

The president's political machine worked in close coordination Thursday with state and national union officials to mobilize thousands of protesters to gather in Madison and to plan similar demonstrations in other state capitals.

Their efforts began to spread, as thousands of labor supporters turned out for a hearing in Columbus, Ohio, to protest a measure from Gov. John Kasich (R) that would cut collective-bargaining rights.

By the end of the day, Democratic Party officials were working to organize additional demonstrations in Ohio and Indiana, where an effort is underway to trim benefits for public workers. Some union activists predicted similar protests in Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Barry is blowing his election budget on astroturf this year.  Oh baby!  Because if he waits until next year he won't have any public sector unions left to bankroll his sorry ass.
Anybody still wondering why the White House is so fragged up on Egypt?  Its because they don't give a crap about Egypt, they are fighting for their frickin' lives right here, right now. As these budget crunches start to REALLY bite down in socialist ruled states like California and Noo Yawk, you're going to see their populations FLEE to the less socialist states to escape the friggin' chaos and taxes that are going to come this year. 

Some of these places are going to loose school, police and fire service, and probably have the water and electricity fail.  If you live in a Blue state it would be wise to have your generators, water tanks and camp stoves cleaned, serviced and ready to rock.  Candles, lanterns and lots of FUEL are on the spring purchasing list.  Just think of it as a camping vacation at home.

This is it my friends, this is the place where the rubber finally meets the road.  We shall now see who's got traction and who's got nuthin' but tire smoke.

The Phantom

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