AFL-CIO: Time for 'popular control of private corporations'

AFL-CIO: Time for 'popular control of private corporations'

  • September 28th, 2010 8:32 am ET

AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka elaborated on the powerful union's openly communist objectives last week, stating that it was time for the left to start seizing full control over the private sector for "distort[ing] our economy and hijack[ing] our government."

Trumpka also made sure to stir up more bogus hysteria against Fox news and Tea Party "extremists" (never mind the fact that the vast majority of Americans agree with the movement on virtually every issue).

He accuses them of misleading people into thinking "that big government is somehow to blame for the current crisis" (which it provably is--here are the facts), "that the budget deficit will eat our children" (eat them, no...bankrupt and enslave this country to communist China, yes) "and that illegal immigrants took all the good jobs" ('s not about millions of uneducated poor people taking the good's about public safety, the rule of law and the jobs of regular people).

Trumka also insisted that liberals counter “the failed agenda of greed and the voices of hate and division and violence”...which might actually make sense if union greed weren't railroading this country off a cliff, and if unions weren't the ones viciously smearing and physically assaulting anyone who dares to disagree with them.

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