Click to watch video. "Hey Target you can't hide, we can see your greedy side," the Union thugs chant as they disrupt shoppers. We've been hearing a lot lately about how it's not teachers who are the problem, it's their union leaders who are the problem. What I see when I watch this video is a bunch of middle-aged women whose power has gone to their collectively bargained heads.
Here are a couple of thoughts:
- What the hell business is it of a bunch of teachers from Washington to get involved in a local union dispute in Los Angeles?
- Are these women more interested in being educators or in being union activists?
- Does the Public School Employees of Washington encourage inter-state union activism amongst its members? Click the link if you would like to flash mob the Board of Directors of PSE SEIU Local 1948.
- I also noticed that the PSE Local SEIU 1948 is very upset about the possibility that all of its members may be faced with a 3% pay cut. Ummm, okay, anyone for living in the real world?
I have tried to be sympathetic to the hard working teachers who go to school everyday and do their jobs (which in and of itself shouldn't really be deserving of praise...I do the same thing and no one praises me - ever) but when they cross the line and become political and union activists they are fair game.
Watch the teacher at the end of the video and pay attention to how proud she is that she is now a union thug and remember her the next time you are being bullied by a public sector union employee into believing you must support them no matter how broke you are or how out-of-touch their demands are.