Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa shot his mouth off, yesterday, and apparently Joe Biden and President Obama were right on board with him. My earlier post on this is here. In it, I called attention to Hoffa, and the type of person he has revealed himself to be.
Now, it appears that Obama and Biden are both in total agreement with Hoffa. This tells me a couple of things:
Either Obama really is owned by the unions; or he agrees with them in his own right.
You can look for any jobs legislation from the Democrat side to strongly favor unions, then, at the cost of the rest of the country.
Obama has abandoned all pretense at being the President of all the people. If you aren’t union or pro-union, if you aren’t a socialist, if you aren’t an avid environmentalist, if you aren’t an extreme liberal – then, by golly, you are a “son of a bitch” – and Obama is in total agreement with this.
O.K., fine. Twelve percent of American workers are union. This administration has just strongly insulted the other 88%. What an idiotic way to try to get reelected.
Hoffa, and by extension, Obama and Biden, want war against those who disagree with their methods. Talk about incendiary rhetoric (evil when Republicans do it, but apparently just peachy when liberals do it). And they accused Republicans of being incendiary by using Microsoft Word bullet points on a map that look like bulls-eyes? And they are calling for war??!!??
So, note to Obama and all his people: You want war, you got it, bud. I will do anything that is legal, to kick you jerks out in 2012. I don’t care if the Republicans run a spotted ape as a candidate – they’ve got my vote. Not because they particularly deserve it, but because they aren’t you.
in the wake of the murders in Tucson, Arizona, Obama said:
“At a time when our discourse has become so sharply polarized – at a time when we are far too eager to lay the blame for all that ails the world at the feet of those who think differently than we do – it’s important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds,”
“a more civil and honest public discourse can help us face up to our challenges as a nation.”
And yet you endorse Hoffa’s statements. Way to go, champ. Oh, but we knew you didn’t mean it. Liar.