Thursday, March 15, 2012

Major Labor Union Pulls Endorsement of Joel Young

Mar. 15, 2012 | On February 6, the powerful Service Employees International Union endorsed all three candidates for the 18th Assembly District in the East Bay. However, a month later the union took the unusual step of withdrawing its backing for one of the candidates, AC Transit board member Joel Young, for using the union's confidential questionnaire against his two opponents, according to a source with direct knowledge of the union's deliberations.



By MW:

While some people have alleged that Joel Young, and who is a lawyer, has physically assaulted and/or threatened them, however it is obviously absurd that any lawyer, and especially a lawyer in good standing with the California State Bar, would ever do such a thing.

In other words, any person or persons who has said such a thing is obviously lying, since we all "know" that lawyers are fine, upstanding, very honest, and completely sober people, and also of the very highest integrity, and as such creatures as Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, John Dean, John Mitchell, Nadia Lockyer, Webster Hubbell, John Edwards, William "One Hundred Thousands Dollars in Cash In The Freezer" Jefferson, Charles Rangel, and Rod Blagojevich, etc, etc, etc, repeatedly proved.

By MW:

A major union is now declining to back in an election a member of the Democratic Party!!!!

I am going to have write letters to all nine members of the US Supreme Court about that and see if they agree with me that is blatantly and flagrantly illegal, and maybe even requires a declaration of martial law, since according to my understanding it is Unconstitutional for any union to refuse to automatically back - and just like a good little robot, stooge, and puppet on a string - any Democrat who runs for office.

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