Unions? Violent? Nah…

CBS2: Union Memo Hints at Gov.’s Death

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn’t laughing about a teachers union’s memo that hints of his death.

The Record of Bergen County obtained the Bergen County Education Association memo that includes a closing prayer:

“Dear Lord this year you have taken away my favorite actor, Patrick Swayze, my favorite actress, Farrah Fawcett, my favorite singer, Michael Jackson, and my favorite salesman, Billy Mays. I just wanted to let you know that Chris Christie is my favorite governor.”

Gosh, and I thought only people on the right were angry and potentially violent. Then again, if the Bergen County Education Association president says that his comments were only a joke, I’d have to believe him — after all, it’s not like unions ever actually get violent.

Union members forcibly keep people out of a Tampa, FL town hall meeting.

Union members beating a black conservative at a town hall meeting.

Union members confronting hospital workers.

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  1. Gail B. says:

    Yeah, the union thugs are causing the violence and blaming it on the conservatives. Too bad for them that there are camcorders.

  2. Boston Blackie says:

    So funny I forgot to laugh. If we substituted our favorite governor with our favorite president, the guys with the earplugs would be knocking down our doors.
    These union thugs need to put in their place(like a jail cell maybe). Just like Fat Boy Rich Trumpka now claims he personally heard the racial slurs the day of the healthscare vote. Funny, I don’t remember seeing him in any videos, and how could we miss him.

  3. I see your union, and I raise you, a militia. says:

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Frustrated by recent political setbacks, tea party leaders and some conservative members of the Oklahoma Legislature say they would like to create a new volunteer militia to help defend against what they believe are improper federal infringements on state sovereignty.

    Tea party movement leaders say they’ve discussed the idea with several supportive lawmakers and hope to get legislation next year to recognize a new volunteer force. They say the unit would not resemble militia groups that have been raided for allegedly plotting attacks on law enforcement officers.

    “Is it scary? It sure is,” said tea party leader Al Gerhart of Oklahoma City, who heads an umbrella group of tea party factions called the Oklahoma Constitutional Alliance. “But when do the states stop rolling over for the federal government?”

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