Monthly Archives: November 2012

Secede for all I care

This is awesome!


90 Degrees to the Left

I’ve never done this before, I mean, turning into a post the comment made by someone to one of my articles; but this comment was so good, so brilliant that I decided to share it with everyone.  It is a shame that I can’t give credit to the author.Anonymous

November 14, 2012 11:22 PM

To the idiot states who wish to “secede:” You can’t secede. And, you won’t secede. You morons are merely expressing your IMPOTENT anger at President Obama’s crucial re-election. Let’s recap that: President Obama got re-elected even with all of the Republican-driven voter fraud, the Republican-driven impedance of votes, the Republican-driven dumping of millions upon millions of dollars in to the SuperPACs for the SOLE purpose of BUYING VOTES. The Reality of the situation is that your states cannot, and will not, secede.

►We reverse the situation. We, the *MAJORITY*, who voted President Obama in a SECOND…

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Oh those greedy workers want fair treatment…

I was appalled when I first heard about Hostess’ issues and saw all the commentary blaming their problems on unions. It is disgusting that worker’s rights have come to be viewed as petty, while the profits of CEOs and unlimited reach of corporations is placed above that of people. People have obviously forgotten that they have the Labor Movement to thank for what they do have now– much safer working conditions, minimum wages, and other minimal protections. Corporations throughout history have proven that they cannot be trusted to look out for the well-being of their employees (or the community, environment, etc.) if left to their own devices. Do people really want to return to the early days of unfettered “capitalist” pursuit? If so, they don’t know what they are asking for.

The Fifth Column

Who knew? (sarcasm)


While the right has been blaming unions for the closing of Hostess, Newt Gingrich and George Will admitted that they expect the company to return without union workers in a right to work state.


RADDATZ: Can we have — can we a very quick thoughts of Twinkies in your life? Just — not you, Jon Karl. You’re too young. You’re the youngest member of this roundtable. Did you like Twinkies growing up?

WILL: I liked Hostess cupcakes, but don’t despair. Someone’s going to buy — someone’s going to — the brand has value. Someone will buy it.

RADDATZ: It’s not the…

WILL: And they will go and manufacture it in a right-to-work state, where Hostess does not have to operate under 372 collective bargaining agreements.

RADDATZ: OK. OK. Quickly, just Twinkie memories.

BRAZILE: I remember when it was 25 cent a pack, when my…

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