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Union Activist Says Obama, Booker ‘Genetically Engineered to Divide and Negate Black Political Energies’

tbashaw Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 3:47 PM
I am always amused to hear Dems speak of what Republicans believe. Usually because it is something they've been spoon fed by their reps. We are losing the technological war and we have LOST the economic war of which you speak under Obama's administration - that's in the record. What you think that I think is irrelevant. What is truth is unarguable. Romney has stated he will promote our nation, free enterprise and education to meet our needs going forward. What are you scared of?"
modernmover Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:11 PM
True, isn't is always you hear of what the Democrats say the Republicans are saying. Try hearing it from the Republicans personally. Quite different.

It’s becoming more obvious by the day that many teachers union activists are on the creepy radical fringe of American politics. They’re proudly on the outside and far to the left of the left-leaning Democratic Party.

How else can one explain the angry reaction of so many union activists when Democratic politicians endorse or accept a few government school reforms?

Take United Federation of Teachers activist Michael Fiorillo. He takes no prisoners when it comes to his analysis of those Democrats, like President Obama and Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who call for more accountability for public school teachers. He recently...