On this labor day, Obama is spending his time with people who do not represent the everyday working person.
To all the producers out there, I hope you all have a very restful and joyful Labor Day. Go to the beach, have a cookout etc. Still having a job in which to celebrate labor day in this hope and change economy is reason enough to celebrate. To those who have lost their jobs this year and is looking for work, celebrate labor day, because you are still working hard trying to find a job. Speaking of jobs, the man who never held a private sector job in his life aka Barack Obama will give his "jobs speech" to the nation Thursday night in joint session to congress. It doesn't take a genius to figure out what he is going to say. He's going to double down on the previous failure ideas he tried before during his first "stimulus". He'll talk about the need to "invest" into the development of high speed rail and infrastructure aka shovel ready jobs v2.0. Speaking of the shovel ready jobs. Obama doled out over a trillion dollars of money we don't even have in the name of creating shovel ready jobs back in 2009 just to later admit and joked that "shovel ready wasn't as shovel ready as he hoped".
Some jokes are priceless and other jokes are worth a trillion dollars, and that trillion dollar joke was played on the American people. Anyways on this labor day, Barack Obama is spending the day with the union bosses and the rank and file at a rally in Detroit sponsored by the AFL-CIO and many, many other union organizations. The unions are claiming to be upset with Obama and the Democratic Party. I really can't imagine what more could the union porkers possibly want. Obama used tax payer money to bail out union jobs at Chrysler and GM. He used tax payer money in his porkilus to give to the states so that state union workers wouldn't be laid off. Pigs always want more and more and more. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumpka must be high on something or think he's fooling people who are much smarter then he is by claiming that they are going to build an "independent voice" separate from the Democratic Party. That's like the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus and other other black progressive groups saying they are going to build and independent voice separate from the Democratic Party. It's funny for Trumpka to say it, but most of us know better. Workers who are members of a Union only represents 11.9% of the U.S workforce, yet the vast majority of money that has been spent by Obama and Democrats from 2009 to 2011 went to their union allies and their causes. I've never liked unions, and I doubt I will ever change my feelings about them. I've seen how unions act, when they don't get what they want. The video of union members protesting at the Messmer Catholic school in Wisconsin is just one example. That is why I smile, when I hear about companies and small businesses deciding to relocate to right to work states. Their greed is their own undoing. The only labor force Obama loves is those who are unionized.