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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

SEIU Flash Mob Descend On A L.A. Target Department Store

(By Greg Hengler, Townhall.com) - I know, in reality, it's more like 'flesh blob', but I had to use the correct term.

Can unions be any more obnoxious and child-like when someone does not agree with their Marxist/paternalistic view of the world? I understand these critters are only stooges for the union leaders, but that does not make them any less despicable. Someone should organize a large group of people to do this number in an SEIU building. I'm sure they would let everyone finish their dance.

Note all the free lunches and buses lined up in the background: don't these clown-sheep have anything better to do with their day--like, say, work?


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