A nurses union spent big cash to “Occupy Washington DC.”
On November 3rd, 2011, the National Nurses United Union, allied with the AFL-CIO, payed for the expenses of more than 1000+ members to march with Occupy DC and ask the President to raise taxes. Both public and private hospitals must have gone short staffed as the nurses hailed from all over the country and were very clear who brought them there.
My favorite part was the militant, anti-American nurse that said her union refuses to deal fairly with employers and prefers to use their big money to get the federal government to “force” employers to do what unions want them to do.
We don’t believe in trying to work with management in a hospital to make change cuz they won’t do it, they won’t do what’s right. So, we lobby for legislative change to force them to do it.
What could be a more un-American attitude than this? Our founders didn’t intend government to an interventionist force that would lord over the business sector and “force it” to do things that unions what employers to do.
Unions are authoritarian, anti-democratic, big government monsters that really do need to be cut down to size.
Video courtesy of Accuracy in Media.
-By MJ Lee
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg suggested Friday that unions took over the Occupy Wall Street protest yesterday.
â€œA vast percentage of the people were union members protesting â€” some private unions and then some municipal unions â€” and they had, you know, organized signs and leadership and that sort of thing,â€ Bloomberg said on WOR radio station Friday. â€œSo it really wasnâ€™t the protesters that have been in Zuccotti Park or that you see around the country.â€
Bloomberg added, â€œIt was just an opportunity for a bunch of unions to complain or to protest or whatever they want to do.â€
The mayor warned that some of those union members, especially the municipal union members â€” should â€œstep backâ€ and realize that their salaries depend on the cityâ€™s ability to attract companies, investors and people who pay taxesâ€¦
Read the rest at Politico.
Once again the New York Times proves to an asylum run by its inmates. This time they are proposing that these Occupy dregs are somehow “teaching” unions “how to embrace bold tactics.”
How is it that unions need to be taught how to be “bold”? Unions have a long, long history of theft, violence, even murders. How can you be “bolder” than committing felonies for your cause?
It is simply idiotic that the New York Times wants people to imagine that Unions are too timid!