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Public Sector Union Promoting Romney's "Trash Man"

boccepaul Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 10:07 PM
Hilarious. "Hello, I'm Richard and I pick up Mitt Romney's trash." "H-e-l-l-ooo, Richard..." Sounds like some sort of AA meeting for civil servants. What a tool this individual is. The premise of an ad like this is that anyone who serves a wealthy person is oppressed. Regardless that they serve for good compensation, by choice, and in the best working conditions anywhere in the world. To serve a wealthy person is to be a doormat. Please NASA, let's find a planet where all the leftists can go and create a utopia. Then they (and we) would all be so happy. Just kidding - they'd still be miserable.

AFSCME union, the nation's largest and fastest growing public sector union, has tracked down a sanitation worker or trash man named Richard Hayes. Hayes just so happens to be assigned to a route in La Jolla, California where Mitt Romney's home is. The union is trying portray Hayes as "Mitt Romney's trash man" when in reality, Hayes picks up the trash for an entire neighborhood in the City of San Diego and is paid by taxpayers.

Richard Hayes is a City of San Diego sanitation worker. His route includes Mitt Romney’s street in the La Jolla, Calif., community...