Audio from Department of Labor representative Dolores Huerta’s speech praising Venezualan dictator Hugo Chavez and saying “Republicans hate Latinos,” reveals that Huerta’s appearance seems to have been supported by Congressman Raul M. Grijalva (D-AZ). A representative from Grijalva’s office attended and “brought” Huerta to the Aprill 2006 speech, which addressed students at Tucson High Magnet School….
This is what the Nazi’s use to do… no debate or rational speech was allowed, the Brown-shirts (in this case, purple-shirts) would disrupt and shout down dissenting views. Of course we know what follows this, violence. We have already seen that. What follows is from Big Government:
Rep. Tom Price has warned that card check could be one of a series of unpopular policies Democrats may try to ram through in a lame duck session this year. He’s right, and we should be worried. Cap and trade is still out there, regulatory authority can still be shifted to the massive bureaucracy, and union bosses can get card check to “influence” millions of workers and put their dues in Lefty Labor coffers.
Card check is like a zombie in a B Horror flick — it keeps droning on and making little noises just enough to keep everyone on the edge of their seats. So while it lives it’s important to remember that unions — like SEIU — are pushing card check to “help” workers avoid intimidation, this is how SEIU acts: