Joe the Plumber was on FOXBusiness news with Stuart Varney and drove home the point that the Democrats no longer on the union vote.
The only reason that Democrats got as much of the union vote as they got is because union membership is now primarily government workers. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO
Union workers in manufacturing should be feeling some hope right now because the day after Donald Trump’s election both Canada and Mexico called Trump and offered to renegotiate NAFTA. The Transpacific Partnership, or TPP, was Hillary Clinton’s brainchild and it’s now officially dead.
It’s beginning to look like we may actually have a government – or at least a present – who cares about the working class.
It will be interesting to see if manufacturing workers ever send a stronger message to their leadership by voting them out and voting in leaders who will stop being nothing more than the fundraising arm of the Democratic Party.
Certainly public employee unions are nothing more than a money laundering operation for Democrats. Teachers negotiate with Democrats who trade dollars for votes, teachers get raises, their union dues go up, and a sizable percentage of those union dues go straight to the Democratic Party.
Can you say RICO?
on the Fox Business Channel, Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher made the case for supporting Donald Trump for President over Hillary Clinton and along the way, did something few have accomplished.
Joe caused host Stuart Varney of; “Varney & Co.” to laugh outloud —
WATCH BELOW and take a look see for yourself why that happened:
Fox also felt compelled to Tweet out what got Varney laughing…
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) June 3, 2016
But in all seriousness – isn’t Joe right? Where are the jobs that Hillary has created outside of government and pantsuit stitchers? The fact is, they don’t exist and why on earth should a union worker vote for Hillary?
Does a union worker want more illegal immigration? No, because as Wurzelbacher correctly states, illegal labor suppresses ALL wages, including that of the union worker.
Does a union worker want more government spending? No.
Does a union worker want more taxes on business? Doesn’t that cut into wages? Yes.
For those of you unfamiliar, during the 2008 presidential campaign, Wurzelbacher made headlines when he asked Obama about his small business tax policy. During a videotaped exchange, Obama answered in part by saying, “when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”
… Oh, if we as a country only knew.
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