Tuesday, September 28, 2010

My, My. Another SEIU Member!

Seems that the SEIU just can't stay out of the news.

Remember that the SEIU's ex-Pres Andy Stern is a Frequent Visitor to the White House.

RedStates mentions the Milwaukee anti-Walker guy and the Houston fake-voter deal.

Then there's this:

Federal agents searched homes of anti-war activists in Chicago and Minneapolis on Friday in an investigation of possible links with terrorist organizations in the Middle East and South America.

Sure enough:

Weiner, who said she and her husband for years have been active in labor causes and the anti-war movement, complained the search was an attempt to intimidate her and other activists.

“We aren’t doing anything differently than we have in 20 years,” said Weiner, a teacher at Wilbur Wright College. Iosbaker is a staff member at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a union steward for Service Employees International Union Local 73.

Burke said he received a grand jury subpoena requesting records of payments to Abudayyeh’s organization as well as two groups among the State Department’s list of foreign terrorist organizations, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

And Iobsaker writes frequently for Fight Back, a Commie rag.

Plenty more at the link.

Maybe after 11/2, the actual Americans in Congress will re-form the HUAC?


Anonymous said...

Maybe after 11/2, the actual Americans in Congress will re-form the HUAC?

No thanks, Dad29, one Joseph McCarthy (talk about abusing the Constitution!) per one hundred years is ENOUGH.

Dad29 said...

Dear Anony Dumbass,

Joe McCarthy NEVER served on HUAC.

And I'd love to have him back, by the way.

Anonymous said...

How convenient of you to miss the overall point I was making.

HUAC's investigations in the late 1940's/early 1950's led in part for the majority of Americans to buy into McCarthyism, whose most effective sanction was terror. You talk smugly about unconstitutional government authority that exists today--Joseph McCarthy epitomized it!

So your diatribes regarding unfettered federal power ring hollow with your "love fest" for a man who, along with his right hand man, lawyer and closet homosexual (the double whammy, in your book) Roy Cohn, helped to destroy thousands of lives through "honest investigations".

Dad29 said...

Cry me a river.

Anonymous said...

Typical obtuse comment from you.

Not even acknowledging that innocent people needlessly suffered in dark moment in our history runs counter to the Christian faith.