If you haven't read Saul Alinsky's book "Rules for Radicals", you should. If you've never heard of Saul Alinsky, than you should find out a few things about him.
Did you know the NEA hired Saul Alinsky as a consultant to train their staff when it was created? The director of the NEA recently said that in order to understand the NEA, you need to understand Alinsky. Bill Ayers, remember that guy? The unrepentant terrorist who started the Weather Underground? Ya know, Obama's friend? Ayers admits that education is "the motor force for revolution". This was also Alinsky's dream....revolution.
People in America need to wake up to the reality of what's happening, not just in America, but around the world. These revolutionaries are creating chaos for a very specific reason. Unions are encouraging their members to get out in the streets and "agitate"....yes, that's a direct quote from a poster sent out in New York from a union to all of it's members. Get out their and "agitate"...hmmm. Sounds like another Alinsky method to me.
These unions are directly tied to organizations that hate America, they hate capitalism. Do a little digging, you'll see. These public sector service unions are so far in bed with Socialists and Communists.....and the Democratic Party. I think that was proven in Wisconsin when the 14 Democrats refused to come to work, so they ran away to Illinois to swim.
Liberals want to claim that Republicans are beholdened to BIG OIL, and BIG BUSINESS. Well, I've never seen a Republican walk off the job and refuse to come to work when Congress was passing another harmful regulation on an oil company. And who was opposed to bailing out GM and Chrysler? Wasn't it Republicans who by and large opposed those bailouts? Wasn't it Republicans who also opposed bailing out Wall Street? hmmm...
Anyway. Just needed to vent a bit. I really do wish people would tell the truth about what is happening in Wisconsin and other places. It's not about the rights of workers, it's about these Unions maintaining their power. There is no unions in the public sector in my state, and they don't seem to mind.