Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Union Leader Pledges 'Thousands of Dead Bodies' at Greater Boston 'We Are One' Protest

A report from Nicole J. Pearce.

She covered the Greater Boston Labor Council's "We Are One" MLK exploitation protest at the Massachusetts Republican Party headquarters:

Yesterday I was able to attend the We Are One rally in Boston. This video is of the closing remarks of the event by Greater Boston Labor Council leader Rich Rogers ...

And check Kimberly Morin, "Violent rhetoric from AFL-CIO union rally in Boston":

’And to the Republican party of Massachusetts, if you think this is gonna happen here, it is going to be over thousands of dead people’s bodies. If you think Wisconsin was anything, we need to stop these guys in their tracks now and kill their bills at the State house.”
Another fine example of civility brought to you by a union boss (who is also a Democrat). Death threats from a teacher in Wisconsin ; AFSCME threatening businesses; and a male Wisconsin Democrat State Legislator telling his Republican colleague ‘You’re f*cking dead’ because she voted YEA on Governor Walker’s budget bill . Is this the new tone of the Democrat Party? Or is this just the typical behavior that the Left and unions have been using for decades? Why isn't this violent tone being reported by the main stream media? ...
Well, goes against the narrative, of course --- especially on the anniversary of MLK's assassination. Crass hijacking of the King legacy. Supposed to be all Gandhian non-violence, dontcha know?!!

Progressive union dirtbag thugs. Get the word out on these ghouls.

Added: Linked at Blazing Cat Fur, "We'll at least he's up front about it."

Also, at Maggie's Farm, "Union Civility in Boston," and Lonely Conservative, "Union Leader to MA GOP: If you think this is going to happen here, it’s going to be over thousands of dead bodies."

Plus, at Weasel Zippers, "Mass Labor Leader Pledges “Thousands of Dead Bodies” If Republicans Attempt Wisconsin-Style Union Reforms…"


Anonymous said...

Ok tough guy, bring that crap to Florida and we'll see high high union bodies can get piled.

Bring it on..and if we have to drive to Mass. you're really gonna regret it.

It cuts both ways unionman

A former US Marine.