August 31, 2009
I skipped over this over the weekend figuring the guy was disruptive. He wasn't. In fact, he was calling attention to the union enforcers/paid cheerleaders who aren't even from the district (if Mr. Purple Shirt's silence can be taken as an answer, which I imagine it should be).
The full background is that this woman got elected as an anti-war demonstrator/disruptor but now sics the cops on you if you dare to ask a question. Asking questions is for people who get permission.
New Hampshire voters, take note. She serves the first district.
Serves? Well, let's say she draws a paycheck.
She has a good challenger. In what even the Daily Kos acknowledges as a "recruiting success," Frank Guinta, mayor of Manchester, is challenging her.
And would you believe it? He has a donation page and everything.
And don't forget about his volunteering page, either.
By the Way: Yes, I feel kind of silly calling these union rent-a-mobsters "thugs."
They're not your classic thugs. They're almost all fat as [redacted] things which are fat.
A lot of them are service union employees, after all. When teamsters sit on their asses, they're deliberately slowing down the job. With service union employees, sitting on their asses is their job.
Still, the unions are putting forth a parade of Husky-sized dudes and Queen-sized ladies. They might not have a lot of muscle, but weight is of course a factor.
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Posted by: kasdk at January 03, 2012 04:42 AM (SEioL)
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