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AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012

In response to the o'bummer non-support for the unions in Wisconsin during the Governor Scott Walker Recall Fiasco.

Link to US News Story

Link to Town Hall Story

Link to IONTHEWORLD Blog




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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 10:20:28 2012, in response to AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012.

The AFL-CIO said they was planning to do this anyway..

Uh huh skullduggery mon skullduggery..

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 10:41:47 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 10:20:28 2012.

You read it the way you want, maybe the unions seem to finally understand that for all the support (not just money, manpower) they've faithfully given Democrats, labor is taken for granted, like African-Americans.

It would be ironic if his support for work permits for 100s of thousands of illegals will further undermine organized labor and create legal competition for jobs with black communities.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 10:44:05 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 10:41:47 2012.

No i was seeing it just the way you said it...

Big business runs this country and it wont be any different if a Repub gets in..

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:44:17 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 10:41:47 2012.

I tend to agree that the light has finally come on over at AFL-CIO headquarters.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 19 10:48:37 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 10:41:47 2012.

If those people can join the workforce, they can also join unions.

your pal,
Fred

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 10:49:08 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 19 10:48:37 2012.

IF they work Union Jobs though Fred thats the Key..

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 19 10:55:34 2012, in response to AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012.

Meanwhile TWU is concerned with important issues, like marching against stop-and-frisk while the workers have no raise and are looking at givebacks that could result in a wage decrease.

No one respects TWU. That union is laughed at really.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 11:10:20 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 19 10:55:34 2012.

I've long said that the TWU should drop its social and political agendas and begin to advocate seriously for its members. Aside from administering the Health Benefits trust, the TWUs sole function seems to be to minister to the problem employees. I think that the 95% of employees who follow the rules and do their jobs diligently should have a more aggressive advocacy in return for their union dues.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 11:13:15 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Jun 19 10:55:34 2012.

Its still my union Luch and those who arent doing their jobs will be shown the Door...

Its already happening...



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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Jun 19 11:38:23 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 10:41:47 2012.

Big Labor is worthless to the Democrats because they have so little money and power nowadays.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 11:41:24 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Jun 19 11:38:23 2012.

IF that were true, it also exposes that Democrats are only interested in groups that put them and keep them in office, rather like the Inner Party.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Jun 19 11:43:28 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 11:41:24 2012.

This is a problem, why?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 19 11:47:49 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 10:49:08 2012.

If there are no union jobs then what does the union care?

your pal,
Fred

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 11:48:40 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 11:41:24 2012.

You mean like the republicans?

Lets see.....here's a list of large money contributions, and where they go.....

Notice that there are NO RW watchdog groups WRT political contributions.



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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 11:52:21 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 19 11:47:49 2012.

They can go to non union jobs and try to get the workers to join No?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 12:17:12 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 11:48:40 2012.

How many union employees work for your company?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 12:18:36 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Fred G on Tue Jun 19 11:47:49 2012.

The unions care because those people work for less for companies who hire non-union workers ad under-bid jobs. This makes less work for the unionized workers.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 12:21:27 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 12:17:12 2012.

You're retired. You have no job. You have no company.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 12:26:47 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Spider-Pig on Tue Jun 19 11:43:28 2012.

It's not a problem for the Democrats, unless the Outer Party and the Proles start to understand it.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 12:46:58 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 12:21:27 2012.

Yes, I am currently retired. I currently have no job. You are evading the question, however. Need I repeat it?

Stop babbling!
Where is the proof that BMW is moving to Detroit?


You can point out my spelling errors & my punctuation errors all you want. They pale in comparison to your errors of credibility. Please post your proof. You seem to have time on your hands. Get us the proof.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Tue Jun 19 12:54:23 2012, in response to AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012.

They aren't fooling anyone. The sugar daddy always caves into his 18yo sweetie in the end.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:02:56 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 12:46:58 2012.

Apparently your retirement project is developing a world class cases of ADHD and OCD. Hint:that's very unbecoming of a retiree. Plus you'll end up costing hard working people tax money for your effectively free government provided Medicare treatment. Better go mow the lawn

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 13:04:46 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:02:56 2012.

Hey hey now my good friend is retired he busted his arse for almost 30 years...

What are you saying then?

Do you have a problem with ALL retired people or just Steve?



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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:09:26 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:02:56 2012.

You seem to keep needing to make this personal. I hope to be costing you and your dummy bunk-make for many years to come. Suck it up. It is what it is. In the meantime, how is that free healthcare that you refused to pay for?

Yes, I am currently retired. I currently have no job. You are evading the question, however. Need I repeat it?

Stop babbling!
Where is the proof that BMW is moving to Detroit?


You can point out my spelling errors & my punctuation errors all you want. They pale in comparison to your errors of credibility. Please post your proof. You seem to have time on your hands. Get us the proof.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:16:40 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 13:04:46 2012.

Just Steve. For obvious reasons.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 13:19:36 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:16:40 2012.

You made it clear fair enough.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:19:58 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:16:40 2012.

So I guess that the week in Paris is off, then?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:29:31 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:09:26 2012.

You keep making it personal. You are behaving like one of those ADHD/OCD kids.

You aren't hard working, you're retired. Go mow the lawn.



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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates

Posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Tue Jun 19 13:31:24 2012, in response to AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012.

In response to the o'bummer non-support for the unions in Wisconsin during the Governor Scott Walker Recall Fiasco.

No, it's in response to Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. They're donating "soft money" to 501(c)3s instead of to individual candidates who are subject to those silly campaign regulations. AFL-CIO has already donated more than double their 2008 amount.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:33:13 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:19:58 2012.

LOL!! You wouldn't be tolerated a minute there. It's a city full of liberals.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 13:34:27 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:29:31 2012.

Are you guys married? I mean, to each other? You'd make a good sitcom. "To the moon, bingbong."

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:51:30 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:29:31 2012.

Mow the lawn? I have a landscaper. You should go feed the chicken's, however.


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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:52:00 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates, posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Tue Jun 19 13:31:24 2012.

uh-huh

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:53:18 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 13:34:27 2012.

Mercifully, no.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Olog-hai on Tue Jun 19 14:00:55 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 13:34:27 2012.



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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Elkeeper on Tue Jun 19 15:08:46 2012, in response to AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 10:07:03 2012.

It will be a unique election. Lukewarm Republican support for Romney -versus- lukewarm Democratic support for Obama. Very strange!

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 15:24:22 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Elkeeper on Tue Jun 19 15:08:46 2012.

If that's the case, the election turns on strong dislike for Obama vs. strong dislike for Romney.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 15:50:57 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by SLRT on Tue Jun 19 13:34:27 2012.

No. I have taste.

To Alpha Cemtauri, Traindud emay not be far enough.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 16:33:28 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates, posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Tue Jun 19 13:31:24 2012.

Yep. Looks like Citizens United is uniting some citizens. Goose/gander




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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 17:00:34 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions to Individual Candidates, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 16:33:28 2012.

Nancy wanna cracker?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Dand124 on Tue Jun 19 17:12:35 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 13:51:30 2012.

I have a landscaper.

have you seen his green card?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 17:43:02 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Dand124 on Tue Jun 19 17:12:35 2012.

As a matter of fact I have not. Should I? Can I see yours?

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Dand124 on Tue Jun 19 17:54:26 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 17:43:02 2012.

you were the one complaining about illegal immigrants it would be hypocritical if you hired one.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 19:28:07 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Dand124 on Tue Jun 19 17:54:26 2012.

Then why don't you let me worry about who does my landscaping unless you want to come out here and green card him.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 19:35:45 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 19:28:07 2012.

Oh will you shut up and go mow your lawn.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Train Dude on Tue Jun 19 19:40:40 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 19:35:45 2012.

Sounds like someone is suffering from doughnut withdrawal. You must be so cute when you're angry.

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by Dan Lawrence on Tue Jun 19 20:02:01 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Olog-hai on Tue Jun 19 14:00:55 2012.

2 points!!!!

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Tue Jun 19 20:04:23 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by bingbong on Tue Jun 19 13:33:13 2012.

Commies now. Ask Olog. :)

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Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President

Posted by SelkirkTMO on Tue Jun 19 20:06:24 2012, in response to Re: AFL-CIO Cutting Re-election Fund Contributions For The President, posted by Railman718 on Tue Jun 19 13:04:46 2012.

FTR: We don't have any issues with anyone who spent their life "performing the people's duties" ... it's just those hypocrites who gladly lived off the taxpayer and then turn around and piss on their own. If he wants smaller government so much, then he should have been the first one in line to stand behind his shit, get a private sector job and a shitty private sector retirement.

That's the issue ... he stands firmly behind every policy that wants to shove it up your ass and that ain't right.

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