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From Big Government: In Ohio, as union bosses have embraced Occupy Wall Street’s (OWS) class war between the “99 percent” and the “1 percent,” it has becomes increasingly difficult not to ask an obvious question: Aren’t union bosses basically the 1 percent?
Throughout the run-up to Ohio’s Issue 2 election on November 8, in which voters will consider a referendum on the state’s new public sector labor reforms, I’ve met pponents of the bill at Occupy Columbus who say they are fed up with “the rich taking from the middle class.” They direct their class warfare energies at the abstract Wall Street anathema, but the scenario is literally accurate–and not in some obtuse, Marxist form–as a description of the fiscal dynamic between union bosses and rank-and-file members.
Read more at Big Government.
2 thoughts on “The Real Class War: Jimmy Hoffa, Ohio Union Bosses Won’t Lower Dues to Help Workers”
I guess this tells you whose side the Union Bosses are really on… Not the workers!! They want money and power to the detriment of the workers and the public!
Hypocrites come to mind…