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Strange!! President Obama is campaigning for union rights in Michigan,(pay back)? President OBAMA is supposed to be Commander in Chief , Why does he seem to know little about Fast & FURIOUS & Bengazi?

hazel 2012/12/11 18:32:43
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Seems like President loves campaigning far more than being PRESIDENT AND Commander in Chief,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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  • Lanikai 2012/12/11 19:02:34
    You can take the man out of community organizer, but you cant take community ...
    Lanikai
    +14
    Because Valerie Jarrett is the real president? She is the only one who knows what is going on and she ain't even been ordered to testify.

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  • shenendoah 2012/12/12 21:50:14 (edited)
    I have a different answer
    shenendoah
    +2
    Obama owes the unions and they both know it. Considering the caliber of the thugs in charge of the unions, ignoring that debt may not be too smart.
  • hazel shenendoah 2012/12/12 23:15:10
    hazel
    +2
    very true
  • Flowers 2012/12/12 16:23:51
    President Obama is right on top of any thing that isnt his job
    Flowers
    +2
    because doing favors for all those people who helped him buy... er I mean Win the elections is surely more important than answering for the WRONG AND UNLAWFUL choices he made in his previous term.
  • Embalmer 2012/12/12 15:34:48
    I have a different answer
    Embalmer
    +1
    President Obama is all about the middle class, he's acting on his campaign promises.
  • hazel Embalmer 2012/12/12 15:51:35
    hazel
    huh?? its the middle class that wants the freedom not to join if they dont want to ..why is he against that?
  • Embalmer hazel 2012/12/12 23:14:13
    Embalmer
    +1
    No, it's the ignorant right wing of the middle class that doesn't want to - they can't - ot their own party will abandon them.
  • hazel Embalmer 2012/12/12 23:15:32
    hazel
    fool
  • kevin.m.koop 2012/12/12 14:15:04
    You can take the man out of community organizer, but you cant take community ...
    kevin.m.koop
    +2
    While his heart might be in the right place, he needs to learn to manage the country. WHAT A PISS POOR EXCUSE FOR A ELECTED PRESIDENT!
  • hazel kevin.m... 2012/12/12 14:18:17
    hazel
    +1
    He has no heart
  • Tuna 2012/12/12 13:29:18
    You can take the man out of community organizer, but you cant take community ...
    Tuna
    +2
    Aren't Obama and the Democrats the champions of freedom of choice?? liberal hypocricy
  • hazel Tuna 2012/12/12 14:15:38
    hazel
    +2
    YES,.....AS LONG AS ITS THEIR CHOICE
  • Tuna hazel 2012/12/12 14:59:22
    Tuna
    +1
    You mean like the CHOICE we had on Obamacare where 67% of Americans were opposed and the republican leaders we CHOSE were locked out of the process?
  • hazel Tuna 2012/12/12 15:52:06
    hazel
    +1
    yeah thats the one
  • Tuna hazel 2012/12/12 17:03:43
    Tuna
    +1
    Lest Boehner forgets as he is negotiating with Obama how they always welch on deals they make. And/or do deals secretly.
  • hazel Tuna 2012/12/12 23:16:25
    hazel
    +1
    Obama wants us to go over the cliff he knows what and why he wants that
  • Tuna hazel 2012/12/13 01:11:16
    Tuna
    +1
    Yup; raise taxes on everyone and gut the military. Very Democrat Party of him huh?
  • Thom Payne 2012/12/12 12:23:43
    I have a different answer
    Thom Payne
    He probably knows much more than he is saying (or what you do, for that matter) but isn't saying anything because they are both ongoing investigations.

    What I really don't understand is why you think this is a good thing? What is it about you GOPerCONs that you keep rooting for the rich and powerful to become more rich and powerful at the expense of the middle and working classes?
  • Defend ... Thom Payne 2012/12/12 12:52:58
    Defend Western Civlization
    +3
    Unions is rich and powerful
    forcing Americans to pay union dues which go directly into the DNC Coffers is not helping American Workers
  • Thom Payne Defend ... 2012/12/13 15:18:13
    Thom Payne
    Unions are not as rich and powerful as the wealthy investors and corporations who fill the RNC coffers. Unions help workers get better wages and benefits.

    Oh, and quit stalking me, creep.
  • hazel Thom Payne 2012/12/13 18:26:12
    hazel
    oh boo boo
  • Defend ... Thom Payne 2012/12/14 02:09:57
    Defend Western Civlization
    +1
    Unions Rape the Wallets of American Workers like the Muslim terrorist liberal progressive Jihadist DNC
    the only creep is you who backs Muslim terrorist/Socialist Terrorist and hate America/Israel and Western Civilization
  • Thom Payne Defend ... 2012/12/15 11:54:53
    Thom Payne
    Please quit stalking me until you can post something intelligible.
  • hazel Thom Payne 2012/12/12 13:18:34
    hazel
    +1
    THATS BS AND YOUR JUST A FOOL FOR BELIEVING THAT CRAP
  • Thom Payne hazel 2012/12/13 15:21:49
    Thom Payne
    No, Hazel....I am not a CON (fool).
  • hazel Thom Payne 2012/12/13 18:26:28
    hazel
    oh yes you are
  • Defend ... Thom Payne 2012/12/14 02:10:36
    Defend Western Civlization
    +1
    Americans are Cheering that the Terrorist Union cant Rape the Wallets of Americans in Michigan
  • Semper Fi Thom Payne 2012/12/12 15:08:52
    Semper Fi
    Just how is the Right to Work movement detrimental to the middle and working classes?
  • hazel Semper Fi 2012/12/12 15:53:02
    hazel
    +1
    that doesnt matter ..the only thing that matters is that the sheepe have been told to fight for unions
  • Semper Fi hazel 2012/12/12 15:58:32
    Semper Fi
    +1
    Unions are America's hemorrhoid.
  • hazel Semper Fi 2012/12/12 16:39:02
  • Thom Payne Semper Fi 2012/12/13 15:23:18
    Thom Payne
    Because it weakens the workers ability to bargain as a group with power instead of individuals who are basically powerless.

    Currently the top 1% control as much of the nation's wealth as the bottom 90%. Isn't that enough?
  • Semper Fi Thom Payne 2012/12/13 15:36:19
    Semper Fi
    Bargain for something that not all if any of them merit? Today's employers in particular recognize good help when they see it, and reward those who earn their way to keep them on board. The problem with union workers is they hide behind their union instead of standing up for themselves. They do not earn their way, they make demands and threaten their way.
  • Thom Payne Semper Fi 2012/12/13 15:46:38
    Thom Payne
    Horsecrap. CEOs have only one priority - maximizing profits and shareholder dividends. If they have to do so at the expense of the employee.....oh, well.

    It is only when the employees have the ability to negotiate as a group that they have enough power to actually change something.
  • Defend ... Semper Fi 2012/12/14 02:11:39
    Defend Western Civlization
    +2
    Correct the Obama Jim Jones backers hate freedom/America/Israel/Capita... and Western Civilization
  • Semper Fi Thom Payne 2012/12/13 15:39:02
    Semper Fi
    Have you ever owned a business and signed payroll checks?
  • Thom Payne Semper Fi 2012/12/13 15:46:48
    Thom Payne
    Yes. Have you?
  • Semper Fi Thom Payne 2012/12/13 15:50:37 (edited)
    Semper Fi
    +1
    So tell me, did you have good employees and bad employees?

    I own a small business.

    Edited: Well?
  • Defend ... Semper Fi 2012/12/14 02:12:22
    Defend Western Civlization
    +2
    Ask him to prove he ran a small business i bet he will not reply
  • Semper Fi Defend ... 2012/12/14 14:19:36
    Semper Fi
    He's a fake.
  • JAR HEAD 2012/12/12 12:07:13
    I have a different answer
    JAR HEAD
    you must of worked close to some president or in the white house to know what all the presidents work load entails. but im guessing your just talking teabag. The “right to work” effort illustrates the power of Republicans to use state legislative majorities won in 2010 to pursue their policy preferences, even after losing a bitter presidential election.

    The defeat is devastating for organized labor, which for decades has been waging an uphill battle against declining membership and dwindling influence.

    But it also strikes at the roots of a Democratic Party that relied on unions for financial support and to marshal voters for President Obama’s reelection.

    The new law comes nearly two years after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) began a push to curb collective bargaining rights for public employees. That effort ignited huge protests from union and liberal activists and triggered a failed effort to recall Walker.

    At the same time, a well-funded campaign to curtail union power swept through several other Republican-controlled states in the industrial Midwest.Indiana followed Wisconsin and passed laws that limited the reach of organized labor. Lawmakers in Ohio also passed legislation that curtailed collective bargaining rights of public sector unions, but voters overturned it.

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    you must of worked close to some president or in the white house to know what all the presidents work load entails. but im guessing your just talking teabag. The “right to work” effort illustrates the power of Republicans to use state legislative majorities won in 2010 to pursue their policy preferences, even after losing a bitter presidential election.

    The defeat is devastating for organized labor, which for decades has been waging an uphill battle against declining membership and dwindling influence.

    But it also strikes at the roots of a Democratic Party that relied on unions for financial support and to marshal voters for President Obama’s reelection.

    The new law comes nearly two years after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) began a push to curb collective bargaining rights for public employees. That effort ignited huge protests from union and liberal activists and triggered a failed effort to recall Walker.

    At the same time, a well-funded campaign to curtail union power swept through several other Republican-controlled states in the industrial Midwest.Indiana followed Wisconsin and passed laws that limited the reach of organized labor. Lawmakers in Ohio also passed legislation that curtailed collective bargaining rights of public sector unions, but voters overturned it.

    In crafting Michigan’s measure, supporters avoided some tactical errors from earlier efforts. The measure is attached to an appropriations bill, which exempts it from being taken to a referendum. And it excludes firefighters and police, groups that were critical in overturning Ohio’s law.

    Proponents call their win in Michigan especially significant because the state is the birthplace of one of the country’s most powerful labor groups, the United Auto Workers. Founded in 1935, the union organized auto workers, winning wages and benefits that transformed assembly-line work into solid middle-class jobs.

    “This is really a message to every other state that is a closed union shop, that if you do it here you can do it everywhere else,” said Scott Hagerstrom, Michigan director of Americans for Prosperity. The group is supported by industrialists Charles and David Koch, billionaires who have pushed for anti-union and other conservative measures.

    Supporters predicted that the new law will be a boon to economic growth in an era of global competition. But unions say the measure will starve them of money, weakening their ability to bargain for their members and undercutting their ability to support Democratic political candidates, who typically back their causes.

    Labor leaders and Democratic state legislators said they had requested that Obama weigh in on the labor fight. They asked the White House to issue a public statement last week declaring the president’s opposition to the legislation, and for him to refer to the labor fight in his remarks Monday during a visit to Redford, Mich.
    obama awsome
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