Solidarity Ain’t What It Used To Be

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“Some two dozen union members lined up outside John Deere Pavilion on Monday morning. They brought signs to protest Bruce Rauner.”

Two dozen? Really? That’s ALL?

Back in the day when Phil Hare was riding high and threatening to be Wells Fargo’s “worst nightmare” the unions would bus in multitudes from Chicago for protests and workers would be given a day off so they could attend these events in the name solidarity, of course.

So what happened? Big Labor has already poured $3.5 million into fighting Rauner in the primary. Are they tapped out already with few reserves left for the general?

Whatever the reason, a lousy two dozens union protesters showing up to picket the anti-union Beelzebub is just pathetic.

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Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

2 thoughts on “Solidarity Ain’t What It Used To Be”

  1. Fact is, there were far more people protesting outside than inside listening to your money GOD speak!

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