Friday, April 9, 2010

More Union Thuggery. When Is Enough Enough Already?

I don’t know about you, but my benefits are shrinking and my wages have been reduced for 2010. And I certainly won’t be seeing any major increase in my salary this year. My employer is struggling in this economy. I know it, I see the sales and operating numbers. Amazingly, no one in our company has complained once about the state of their salaries and benefits. And after a recent round of layoffs, we’re all working two and three people’s jobs, too. But we get it, we’re all a team, and together we have to do what we can to pitch in and help cut costs during a rough patch in time. That’s just how business works.

Every single friend, family member, and neighbor I know is in the exact same position.

That’s why so many of us are appalled at the behavior of some of the union bosses these days. Even some of the most ardent union defenders I know (the few people who typically argue with me over union policy) have had enough with all the headlines like this:

“As National Bargaining for 100,000 Union Members at Kaiser Permanente Begins… SEIU-UHW Members Tell Kaiser: Keep Your Hands Off Our Healthcare Benefits”

And they have also had enough of behavior like this: (Video above)

When tens of thousands of citizens descended upon Washington DC time and time again over the course of the last year, concerned over their current health benefits being taken from them to subsidize someone else’s health benefits, they were called vitriolic names and demonized in the media.

But when SEIU and other unions demand their health benefits remain untouched, it’s not only justified, it’s glorified.

When a multitude of patriots, concerned about the fiscal state of the country, pleaded for their voices to be heard as they begged the government to make responsible budget cuts and to stop all the new spending, they were vilified and characterized as ‘racist’.

But when unions go on strike to protest the fact that their employer, a hospital that serves a low-income neighborhood primarily insured through Medicaid and Medicare, is reducing their raises from 14.5% to 4% and cutting back a tuition benefit, they garner the support of every news anchor within earshot. (Meanwhile, the rest of us are willing to accept a 0% raise) READ MORE...


  1. I'd a beat that bitches ass. I'd a slapped the shit out of the fat illegal wetback and choked her out for touching my camera. What a piece of shit. Seiu's finest.

    Because I said she's illegal, I know her.

  2. What-ya gonnaa do about it.
    Obama told me himself, that the november elections will be taken care of by our brothers and sisters in Acorn. Our big fat pension checks will be paid for by you suckers in the private sector.
    what-ya gonna do about it.

  3. uMM..I like a lot of unions..I just hope the SEIU and AFL collapse and go broke and not one workers gets there pension. then they go to the mansions of andy stern and that other fat fuck richard trumka, and storm their house and beat their ass. all other unions..I wish you the best.

    how do you like that you seiu punkassbitch.?

  4. Getting a little personal there Rico.
    i love eating filet mignon steaks, with it's melt in your mouth texure. As a matter of fact I eat two of them a night, and i down them with a bottle of chilled champagne. Our great president looks out after us union thugs. he is no dummy, he knows where his bread is buttered. Why not join a union rico, there are a lot more steaks to go around courtesy of the private sector.

  5. a pissed off memberSun Apr 11, 09:13:00 PM PDT

    The fools at SEIU have no idea whats coming when brother BLACKS finally awaken to the reality that we've been pawns and victims to their brutal progressive idology. If them mother f-----s push for amnesty, the GOP will get the highest number of black voters in decades.