Please, tell Bobby he's not going to get union support by attacking the unions. Bob's been around long enough to know that; all that accomplishes is to piss people off who otherwise might help you.
Also, tell Bob not to hog the microphone at any events he might invite himself to speak at---keep it short, sweet, and to the point.
Sincerely, Tom bautiste at uswest.net wrote:
> Doyle Saylor wrote:
> > Doug
> > deserves in,
> Doug deserves to be in if only because I can still receive my copy of the
> LBO. Actually, Doug's number crunching has gone a long way out here, and
> we'll probably carve a Santo of him when we win the state house! :-)
> > Don't bemoan the typists, organize the unorganized.
> Fortunately or unfortunately, I have worked at several jobs (construction,
> farmhand) and found writing to be the best paying and most amenable. How's
> that for self-righteous hypocrisy! :-) And I even belong to the writer's
> > You done any
> > organizing lately?
> Trying to organize the writers here right now. But the AFL-CIO is mighty
> cliquish, you know. They're even backing Phil "the goof" Maloof, the idiot
> king, for Congress. He runs non-union businesses, is a millionaire and can't
> tie his shoes and spit gum at the same time. That's what must make him good
> for the union. If you know anyone in the hierarchy, perhaps you can let them
> know (like they don't already) that Maloof's opponent, Bob Anderson, has
> been organizing since the 60s. After he was laid off, he set up soup
> kitchens for other laid off families. I guess the bigwhigs at the union shop
> think a yeller dog is better voted fer than a real union man. It must be
> those same guys who gave Newt "make em" Gingrich $60K.
> chuck miller
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