Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Talker Charlie Sykes redefines Class Warfare; "...public employee unions, I think we have two America's here."

Projection is the name of the game for the far right. For instance, who complains the most about class warfare, all the while creating new versions of it when the opportunity presents itself.

WTMJ's Charlie Sykes, that's who. Pushing his "Nation of Moochers" book, projection again, Charlie somehow creates a special class of public union workers who are getting unfairly paid with tax dollars. That's what's wrong with our economy, two Americas; where the private class of abused low wage workers envy the average middle class public worker making just enough to live paycheck to paycheck. Sweet!  From Dylan Ratigan:
Sykes: "The power of the public employee unions, I think we have two Americas here. I think at some point we're going to have to address that.  We can't have a class structure here, or otherwise...you know we kind of have these roving gangs out there, and these roving gangs looking for access to taxpayer money. This is not a kinder gentler society."

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