Friday, April 1, 2011

Remember That Emailed Death Threat to WI Lawmakers? Unions Various and Sundry

The news came that an arrest has been made to the e-mailed death threat that was sent to republican lawmakers in the Wisconsin legislator.  Sadly, not only is she young (26), but she is teacher.  Not just a teacher, but an early education teacher.  Don't remember this story

WE want to make this perfectly clear. Because of your actions today and in the past couple of weeks I and the group of people that are working with me have decided that we’ve had enough. We feel that you and the people that support the dictator have to die. We have tried many other ways of dealing with your corruption but you have taken things too far and we will not stand for it any longer. So, this is how it’s going to happen: I as well as many others know where you and your family live, it’s a matter of public records.

We have all planned to assult you by arriving at your house and putting a nice little bullet in your head. However, we decided that we wouldn’t leave it there. We also have decided that this may not be enough to send the message to you since you are so “high” on Koch and have decided that you are now going to single handedly make this a dictatorship instead of a demorcratic process

If you and your goonies feel that it’s necessary to strip the rights of 300,000 people and ruin their lives, making them unable to feed, clothe, and provide the necessities to their families and themselves then We Will “get rid of” (in which I mean kill) you
What is really sad is sad fact that she more than likely will not lose her credentials and will be allowed to continue to be around very young children.  She is working with pre-school aged children.  This woman has no business being around young children.  On top of the fact that she is obviously deranged, she isn't too bright to think she wouldn't be caught.  Hasn't she ever heard of IP addresses? 

H/T to Underground Conservative and Another Black Conservative

You can also click over to Nice Deb and read some stories on how the unions are using thug like tactics in order to get local businesses to support their viewpoints.  Although it seems that there is a blow back going on. 

What liberals refuse to see when it comes to unions is that they are not interested in helping the "average working person" they only care about power and money. 

The unions are trying to boycott Koch's businesses, but are finding out that the Koch's actually have a good working relationships with unions in the private sector.  Conservative objections to unions have to do with how they hold taxpayer hostages with their demands.  It has nothing to do with the workers themselves. 

A number of organizations are advocating a boycott of the products that come from companies owned by the Koch family. This is problematic for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that it could potentially hurt the wrong people.

The Koch brothers own Georgia Pacific. It is an American consumer goods company that makes everyday products like facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, paper cups and the like. Their plants are great examples of American advanced manufacturing. Incidentally, GP makes most of its products here in America. The company’s workforce is highly unionized. In fact, 80 percent of its mills are under contract with one or more labor union. It is not inaccurate to say that these are among the best-paid manufacturing jobs in America.
Read the whole post here, it was written by the man who does the bargaining for paper workers.  There is no reliable connection to the Koch brothers and Gov. Walker of Wisconsin.  Their PAC gave him a minuscule part of the money he raised (less than 1%) for his election bid, and they have never met.  Yet, the unions are pushing unsuspecting people into boycotting Georgia Pacific products that will only end up hurting the very workers they say they are trying to protect.  People who are some of the most highly paid manufacturing workers in the country.   Yeah, boycott that company.  You will cause layoffs for people who have nothing to do with what is going on in Wisconsin and make no difference to the bank account of the Koch's.  Good idea.  Even this man goes a long way in verifying the story that the Koch brothers are not at all what they are being made out to be.  The left just may have to find another boogey man.  What the record shows is that the Koch's businesses follow the law and believe in compliance with the law.  As American citizens they have the right to exercise their rights and get involved in the political process.  Their PAC is something that is not directly tied to their businesses.  It is a personal venture that they have every legal right to do.  The political process in only a very small part of the charitiable works that they involve themselves with.  The vast majority of their money goes to medical research, hospitials, and the arts. 
This presents a dilemma and a paradox. While the Koch brothers are credited with advocating an agenda and groups that are clearly hostile to labor and labor’s agenda, the brothers’ company in practice and in general has positive and productive collective bargaining relationships with its unions

And let us not forget that if you have the audacity to follow the law and get rid of illegal workers this is what the left will do to you:


Deekaman said...

Koch is just easier to spell than Halliburton. The idea is to tie a politician to some evil "Big Business", preferably one with ties to evil "Big Oil". Then make sure to tell everyone the politician is "stupid" and, at the same time an evil genius.

There is a pattern here that I've seen in demonizing Republican politicians, probably beginning with Nixon. The methods are reaching their zenith right now. I don't believe people are going to continue to fall for it. OTOH, people have been falling for it for almost 50 years now.

Frank Koza said...

I'm shocked. I really expected the threats to have been produced by union thugs, not a teacher.

It's really sad that she cannot see that this was the democratic process in action, the result of free elections. Walker didn't execute a coup to take control of the capitol. When he suspends elections and starts calling himself King of Wisconsin, then she can start crying about dictatorship all she wants.

She also fails to realize that Walker's bill saved young teachers like her from being laid off, while the slight reductions in the teachers' pay across the board to have them help fund their healthcare and pensions sure wasn't going to put any of them on the bread-line and ruin their lives.

This must be what happens when they allow things like "The Story of Stuff" to be shown in schools. All the uproar over "under god" in the pledge, sex education, and creationism vs evolution, who the hell let that crap slip in without a whimper?

We can only hope the outrageous conduct displayed by numerous teachers throughout this ordeal prods parents to become more involved in their children's education, especially when the education system turns loose teachers who see nothing wrong with issuing bomb and death threats.

This is a sad day for America.

Just a conservative girl said...

I am not shocked. The higher level union people wouldn't be that brash, they keep their hands clean and act shocked when their rhetoric turns into action.

Frank Koza said...

That's what I mean, CG, not higher ranking officers within the official organization itself, but I suspected the dedicated use of outside hired thugs and mercenaries who are expendable. I may have missed it, but I haven't even seen any of them act shocked so it calls into doubt their hands being clean.

I'm shocked to see a 26 year old teacher take such drastic actions into her own hands while chanting the union party line rhetoric like a zombie. Unless she was specifically hired to do just that, but then, I'm sure the 'war planners' in the unions driving these protests must have known that death threats from unwitting morons turning their rhetoric into action would only hurt their cause. So I initially considered that a non-player, but now I'm not so sure.

It may just be a sort of a crime of passion on her part, committed when she wasn't thinking straight and blinded by rage. However, I'm not so sure for the union officials, the MSM, and even our CinC. They've all basically ignored it and have been strangely silent. Where is their own union leadership's outrage and condemnation of this? Where is the MSM reporting of all this? I don't even remember seeing Obama himself publicly condemning the death threats, at least not as he did condemning political rhetoric after the assault by a psychotic outcast of society on Gabrielle Giffords. This girl is a teacher, interacting with children on a daily basis, not a psychotic outcast. Their silence appears to condone her actions.

Alas, this was a teachable moment for Obama. A moment for him to stand up and lead the country towards civility. He failed and continues to fail.

I'm shocked because these are educated people acting like naive morons, supposedly our best and brightest. ::sighs:: I suppose after seeing the doctors openly participating in the fraud, I shouldn't be so shocked. There is something deeply wrong here in the fabric of our society that they let this type of activity go on with nary a whimper of outrage against it.

They are all complicit accomplices.

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