It Begins… Noted Anti-American Socialist Turns on Obama Administration
This can’t be good. Obama’s base supporters are starting to go wobbly.
Michael Moore is the latest far left anti-American socialist and staunch Obama supporter to turn on the administration and specifically camera shy Rahm Emanuel.
Moore lets her rip against Team O in his latest blog post.
Dear Rahm Emanuel:
Happy F*ckin’ Labor Day! I read this week that — according to a new book by Steven Rattner, your administration’s former “Car Czar” — during White House meetings about how to save the tens of thousands of jobs that would be lost if GM and Chrysler collapsed, your response was, “F*ck the UAW!”
Now, I can’t believe you actually said that. Maybe Rattner got confused because you drop a lot of F-bombs, or maybe your assistant was trying to order lunch and you said (to Rattner) “F*ck you” and then to your assistant “A&W, no fries.”
Or maybe you did mean F*ck the UAW. If so, let me give you a little fucking lesson (a lesson I happen to know because my fucking uncle was in the sit-down strike that founded the f*cking UAW).
Before there were unions, there was no middle class. Working people didn’t get to send their kids to college, few were able to own their own f*cking home, nobody could take a f*cking day off for a funeral or a sick day or they might lose their f*cking job.
Then working people organized themselves into unions. The bosses and the companies f*cking hated that. In fact, they were often overheard to say, “F*ck the UAW!!!” That’s because the UAW had beaten one of the world’s biggest industrial corporations when they won their battle on February 11, 1937, 44 days after they’d taken over the GM factories in Flint. Inspired by their victory, workers struck almost every other f*cking industry, and union after union was born. Had World War II not begun and had FDR not died, there would have been an economic revolution that would have given everyone — everyone — a fucking decent life.
Of course, like most of his material Moore’s facts are all wet. The American middle class became more prosperous during the 1920’s due to electricity and innovation. And, Roosevelt’s policies favoring unions in the 1930’s may have actually prolonged the depression. But, since when did facts matter for this Cuba-care loving socialist?