In Bold and or Bold Italics I will Break the article down published in the Delaware State News Titled:
"Demonstrators rally to save ‘American dream’ By Jamie-Leigh Bissett"
DOVER — About 200 Delawareans rallied on the steps of Legislative Hall in Dover on Saturday to "demand an end to the attack on workers’ rights."
Lets put this in a more factual standing. PUBLIC UNION WORKERS
"We're here today to stand in solidarity with Wisconsin workers and American families everywhere," said event organizer Ann Nolan of Lewes. "After a devastating recession and hundreds of thousands of jobs lost, regular Americans cannot take another hit."
Point 2 similar as Point 1 And addendum though. The recession and thousands of jobs lost . Unions Do not care about Non Union Members. Attempt to cross a Picket line and work where they are picketing.
Ms. Nolan and the hundreds of other demonstrators that included teachers and other public sector workers from the First State said the "Rally to Save the American Dream" was part of a national day of action, with events happening in all 50 state capitals.
If they want to save the AMERICAN DREAM Then they should stop indoctrinations of students with all the Ed Programs Death Ed Sex Ed etc. They also should conduct actual model of learning opposed to the Skinner Pavlovian techniques that have been brought in to the PUBLIC Sector through Non profits like the Carnage Foundation Ford Foundation Rockefeller Foundation et al.
She said the reason behind the demonstration stems from protests in Wisconsin, where workers have been fighting for nearly two weeks against a bill proposed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker that would eliminate a union’s right to collectively bargain for benefits and work conditions.
They should feel fortunate that the governor has not taken on a more Constitutional Ideal to Shut down all Public schools and Transit all students into a private learning system of the parents choice Through a rebate to the tax payer of the existing budget that has been allotted for the PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. BY the way If this were to occur in Delaware? It would be Constitutional! And As governor. I would impose such a measure.
Gov. Walker said the bill would help solve the state’s nearly $3.6 billion shortfall, while union members believe the bill is a ploy to strip them of their rights.
While the Union fights to keep their right of collective bargaining the Students rights parents rights and anyone elses rights who are not a union member is infringed. This is actually illegal! Laws must be for all or none
"Right now, the American Dream is slipping away for millions of us, and we're here today to say enough is enough. It’s time for our government to work for us, and not just corporations and millionaires," Ms. Nolan said.
The Dream slipped way dating back to the 1980's . The American Dream began right after the WWII and it ballooned and then exploded in the 1980's And ever since Both Democrats and Republicans have been stripping that away Piece by piece. Wake up ! and smell the Hawg slop!
The American Dream became the totalitarian nightmare And Public Unions are as much to blame as the politicians in office. Tytler gave a description of what occurs after about 200 years and the stages of a Democracy.
A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury. After that, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits with the result the democracy collapses because of the loose fiscal policy ensuing, always to be followed by a dictatorship, then a monarchy
Joanne Cabry, who is a retired teacher from Rehoboth Beach, said even though Wisconsin is hundreds of miles away, their fight is Delaware’s fight.
War is the means to an end, and the end is always governed by Politics.
Sun Tzu said this! in Art of War.
Therefore if this is a FIGHT. This makes it a war. And that war is Union vs non Union.
"Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere," she said, borrowing a quote from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
And I too will borrow a quote from the same man.
"Cowardice asks the question, 'Is it safe?' Expediency asks the question, 'Is it politic?' Vanity asks the question, 'Is it popular?' But, conscience asks the question, 'Is it right?' And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because one's conscience tells one that it is right."
Is this protest right? To answer that; question: is anyone being excluded? Answer: Yes, Non Union workers and students are who are being damaged. Therefore, though it may be popular to mimic the protesting that has occurred the last two years. It may be a safe thing even politic to rally around the very people who support Public Unions (Public Elected officials AKA Politicians) But it does not qualify for being right. Nor does it qualify as a Constitutional RIGHT.
"We're all in this together," added Deborah Schultz of Lewes. "It’s all about power to them.
Incorrect it is about diverting power away from the government. And Government Public workers is still government! and Not the people!
They’re trying to divert attention away from themselves and turn people against each other.
As I said... They are a diversion and manipulating the facts, and what is actually Constitutional in policy and principle.
If the public sector gets less, that doesn't mean the private sector will get more."
And if the public sector gets on board and realizes that the the problem is called FEDERAL RESERVE then maybe we can all do something to actually RESTORE our Constitutional Republic instead of handing it over to Social elites who only wish to demonize those opposed to an Authoritarian Kleptocratic Form of Government.
Jon Holland, a pilot living in Dover, said the whole thing "upsets me. It’s not right to demonize people who are trying to bargain themselves a better life, or to blame our problems on one group of people."
He is absolutely right! And when Union workers demonize non union members what is that? A Hypocritical Comment maybe??
Demonstrators at Saturday’s rally held signs that read, "Cut bonuses, not teachers," "Unions make us strong," and "Like weekends? Thank unions."
Show me where the Public Schools have done anything more than cost Taxpayers more money; where they have produced across the board equal education among all races. and where there is not class warfare not being taught in the classrooms.
This was what No Child Left behind was to solve and Race to the Flop as well. And other programs dating back to the Johnson Years. And all of them failed in doing anything other than cost tax payers more while their children and they receive less for their tax dollar (investments)!
Unions have no place in the publics government. It infringes upon the rights of those who do not wish to be a union member and are forced to send their children to schools that are run by a public Unionized government further indoctrinating them with union propaganda.
Those who came to the rally were people of all ages and walks of life, which was the point, said John Johnson, himself a Local 234 Transport Workers Union of America member.
All were UNION or family members of Unions or Supporters for something that is Unethical in regards to the principles of the Founding documents. to include ALL not some who may be in a union.
"This is not a black issue. This is not a white issue. This is a working-class issue," he said.
Incorrect, It is a UNION ISSUE
Edward "Pedro" Miller of Lewes echoed Mr. Johnson’s sentiments, saying "There would be no middle class without unions."
There is no middle class!!!! It was destroyed a long time ago! Thanks to the Federal Reserve and laws that public elected officials have passed that destroyed the "Middle Class". You are either wealthy making over $100,000.00 a year or you are poor, and living below the Cost of Living. ThanksReagan and each Congress during all 8years of his tenure for that!
He added that the "American Dream will only be a memory if we don't do something.
The American Dream is to restore that which was destroyed, that dates back prior to when anyone at that rally was born! Unless they are as old as Mr. Frank Buckles the Last surviving WWI Vet who just passed away.
"America was once the greatest country in the world. It still can be, but we have to do something about it."
Yes it was! But I have to pour cold water on their hopey changy dream there.
Thanks to both the political parties and their support of Banking Cartel and their Business Plot,that began .. Just about the time of when the War Between the States broke out... Or earlier, all that is now a part of American History that gets very little acknowledgement. Because it goes against the agenda of the very ones who had created the Business Plot to begin with.
Tom Steele, of Newark and an Amtrak 3095 union member, said he is "tired of being manipulated by big business and politicians."
And Americans Private UNION members AND NON UNION members are tired of being Manipulated
He said he is also "mad as hell" about the attack on union workers, to which the protestors loudly cheered in agreement.
Personally I am not against private unions. I realize why they were created. Because of families like the Carnagies and Rockefellers. Fords Getty Schwabs et al would exploit men women and children as slaves to build their empire. That eventually marched on the Campaign platform and on in to local state and federal government seats.
Phillip Bannowsky of Newark, who led the crowd in songs like "Union Made," the lyrics of which include, "You can't scare me. I'm sticking to the union ... ’til the day I die," and chants such as, "Hey, hey. Ho, ho. Where did all the money go? Hey, hey. Ho, ho. Union busting has got to go," said those attacking workers’ rights view those not trying to get rich as the enemy.
Where did all the money go? That is a very good question!!! Again I point back to the Federal Reserve and their illegal henches the IRS
"They view everyone who works for a living as the enemy," he said.
Now that is a real joke. Not everyone who works is a UNION MEMBER And again I challenge anyone to cross a Union Picket line to seek work and see what happens!!!
And though the ralliers on Saturday all strongly believed in what they were fighting for, some, like Skip Paulman of Newark, were disappointed with the turnout.
Hmm Maybe it is because there are still a lot of people who recognize the real problem?
"I expected to see every union worker here today. Where are they? This is our livelihood, man," he said.
Maybe there is a light at the end of this tunnel, and maybe it isn't an oncoming freight train? Maybe some UNION Members realize . Like Martin Luther King said in 1964
But, conscience asks the question, 'Is it right?' And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because one's conscience tells one that it is right."