Dems, what do you think of unions for blasting 0bama using the EPA to destroy American jobs?
"If the EPA issues regulations that cost jobs in Pennsylvania and Ohio, the Republicans will blast the President with it over and over," says Stewart Acuff, chief of staff to the president of the Utility Workers Union of America. "Not just the President. Every Democratic [lawmaker] from those states."
Asked By: 0bama - the Trojan Horse - 3/15/2011
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There are no "Liberals," so much as there are a number of different people who use the title, "Liberal," but disagree on many issues. Example: Two mountain climbers want to cimb K2: One thinks that coming in from the North will be easier, and the other thinks it will be quicker to come in from the South. Obama wants... More
Answered By: Jude the Obscure - 3/15/2011
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Union Tea Party Members why have you suddenly gone so quiet... More
Answered By: Dead Peasant - 3/15/2011
Have union Tea Party members gone quiet? Why would they "go quiet" if Obama is being called out? It's about time unions stopped blindly supporting Democrats and started looking after their members.
Answered By: goodluckwithhat - 3/15/2011
Obama deaerves to be Blasted.
Answered By: Mudmarine Jones - 3/15/2011
I think it shows that unions are out to protect their employees regardless of parties and regardless of any other policy that may be in conflict. That is their role and that is fine. It is up to politicians to look at all factors when making policy decisions. That would be easier without influence of money from unions... More
Answered By: Joe Finkle - 3/15/2011
What goes around in pretend will come around in regret and sorrow!
Answered By: Red Rooster - 3/15/2011
I say those Union peeps are the good ones, who don't deny reality- good for them!
Answered By: Get Westboro loons committed asap - 3/15/2011
Ah! But you'll notice the unions don't care about people or the environment....just keeping their boy elected.
Answered By: Yeah, Butt - 3/15/2011
0bama could care less what the unions really think as it's his intention to have everyone possible dependent on the government dole. How else can he control people and gain his Marxist government!
Answered By: Cessna 421 - 3/15/2011
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