Walker is representing the taxpaying laborers. Putting oneself above the others is antithetical to the lessons taught to us in Scripture and underscores Bass’s erroneous logic and attempt to, by way of maliciousness or deliberate obtuseness, bastardize the scope and message of faith.
This video is meant to be a “Why WI Teachers can’t afford to pay $600 more of their own health care benefits”…. But when I read it (it’s a video of scrolling text) – all I could think of was – “Damn. I am so glad we chose to homeschool, so my kids will never have to be in a classroom like that!”
Oh, & by the way – the last line “the one & only support the teacher has in that room… The Union Rep!” I call BS. That teacher’s union rep is not in the classroom helping to control the kids. That teacher’s union rep is currently protesting a bill meant to save that teacher’s job. If the WI bill doesn’t go through, the WI school system will be forced to fire many of their teachers because they can’t afford to pay them all.
The teacher described in this video has NO support.
Ballots already checked for Reid in Nevada on voting machines maintained by SEIU, irregularities in North Carolina, and more. Michelle Malkin has a round-up of it all:
Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt. It’s the Democrats’ coping mechanism for midterm election voter fraud. Faced with multiple reports of early voting irregularities and election shenanigans across the country, left-wing groups are playing dumb, deaf and blind. Voter fraud? What voter fraud?
Washington DC. I grew up a few miles outside of D.C. So it really doesn’t surprise me at all to hear that Mayor Adrian Fenty – whose policies reduced the murder rate and helped to better the school system – is out. Joe Hicks, of PJTV, has an absolutely brilliant piece on how Racial prejudice played a roll in DC politics.
This is yet another example of cameramen getting pushed around at Democratic rallies. I don’t know what this guy did or said that made the rally-goers zero in on him… But dude… Ur doin it wrong.
An undercover cop doesn’t go into a gang of drug dealers wearing his badge on his sleeve. With Tea party activity setting the Dems on high alert, people at these rallies are going to question anyone with a camera.
Wear the “Palin Sucks” shirt. Be prepared to talk the talk. And for goodness sake people, use the buddy system!!! At least 2 cameras at all times, and I would go further to suggest having a non-camera person with each camera to be the “muscle” so to speak. There is such a thing as strength in numbers.
The St. Louis Tea Party had an all-hands-on-deck response to the NAACP’s plan to denounce the nationwide network of activists at its annual convention across the state in Kansas City. The NAACP as early as Tuesday could take up language to “repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties” and stand against the movement’s attempt to “push our country back to the pre-civil rights era.”
In a matter of hours, the St. Louis group drafted and fired off to the NAACP a resolution demanding the organization withdraw its “bigoted, false and inflammatory” statement. The missive accused the NAACP of resorting to political tactics and urged the IRS to reconsider whether it can continue to qualify for tax-exempt status. (source)
You can read the St Louis Tea Party’s response to the NAACP here.
Keep in mind that the same NAACP that is claiming Tea Partiers are racist is the same NAACP that refuses to stand up for Kenneth Gladney, and is in fact backing the men who attacked him.
I can not speak for my local tea party, but I stand in solidarity with the St Louis Tea Party on this matter.
Lending credence to the theory that the O Admin is out to get Toyota because thier sales are doing much better then Government Motors, Ray LaHood, Mr. O’s Transportation Secretary actually said “We’re not finished with Toyota…”
But a little further down in the WSJ piece, we find what may be the true reason the O Admin has chosen to go after Toyota right now (emphasis mine):
Mr. LaHood’s tough comments, and the disclosure of a possible penalty, highlight the political heat building under the Japanese car maker in Washington. In recent days the United Auto Workers union has protested in the capital over Toyota’s decision to close its one UAW-represented U.S. factory.