Sunday, August 29, 2010

Unions hire people to protest for them

Wouldn't it be ironic if they decided to unionize?

Eight twenty-five an hour? PEANUTS!

But doesn't it suggest that the union's views are not terribly strong if they have to hire people to protect for them?

Usually when you go to a protest, you assume that the person protesting truly believes in the cause they represent.

If a group uses hired protesters, doesn't that suggest a lack of momentum in the movement?

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