Monday, February 28, 2011

The Joke's On Us Peasants

"A unionized public employee, a teabagger, and a CEO are sitting at a table. In the middle of the table there is a plate with a dozen cookies on it. The CEO reaches across and takes 11 cookies, looks at the teabagger and says, "Look out for that union guy -- he wants a piece ...of your cookie."

3 comments:

Nemo said...

Switch the actions of the CEO and the union goon and it would be more true (and funnier). Heh.

Remember back a few months ago when it was "argued" here on how there was no analog on the left for some of the imagined violent rhetoric on the right.

It's safe to say that

YOU

LOST

THAT

ONE

BIG TIME.


In the future, before you post any observations, please open your eyes. You will look less a fool.

John said...

the unions don't have anything that management didn't give them. Public employees can't strike. So Nemo following the saying engage brain before engaging mouth. Also try reading a newspaper, exxon/mobile reported the largest profit EVER for any company last quarter.
Also the wisconsin protestors have threaten to call out the national guard or considered hiring thugs to cause problems that is all the government. The Joke is correct as written, you just have wake up from your Glen Beck induced dream.

Nemo said...

John, three things:

1) Public employees can't strike...right. Have you been paying attention the last few weeks? Public employees can't legally strike, but when did a little thing like the law ever have much of an effect on a thug or slug?

2) The unions don't have anything that management didn't give them the same way a robber don't have anything that a victim didn't give them.

3) The National Guard was called to help with prisons and the like in case of an illegal strike (see response 1), not to threaten protesters.

Remember John, the Huffington Post is a propaganda organ, not a news source. Maybe organ is not the right word. It's more like a truth twisting tumor in the body politic. That goes double for you sean. Heh.