Sunday, December 21, 2008

Bush's latest shot at unions & the working man

Click here: t r u t h o u t UAW's Sacrifices Look to Some Like Surrender

Bush takes one last loathsome shot at fucking the unions and the working man...... Below a quote from the article:

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), chairman of the committee overseeing much of the government financial rescue efforts, was far tougher.
"The president has added an unfair assault on working men and women, which could require them to accept a disproportionately large reduction in what is currently legally owed to them," he said in a statement. "I am particularly opposed to the notion ... that could give foreign auto companies in effect the ability to dictate wages for all American auto workers."

And here are a few inspirational quotes by and about Emiliano Zapata to compensate for the venom emanating from the hateful, avarious, facist, sociopaths in the GOP:

Los que no tengan miedo que pasen a firmar. (English translation: "Those who have no fear should step forward to sign this.") This was said when calling on people to sign the Plan de Ayala.
¡Tierra y Libertad! (Translation: Land and Liberty)
Ignorance and obscurantism have never produced anything other than flocks of slaves for tyranny. (In a letter to Pancho Villa)
The quote Es mejor morir de pie que vivir de rodillas. (Translation: It is better to die on your feet, than to live on your knees.)
"La tierra es de quien la trabaja." (Translation: The land belongs to those who work it).
"No hay mas leyes que las de la muelle." (Translation: There are no laws other than the law of the gun.)
"Seek justice from tyrants not with your hat in your hand, but with a rifle in your fist."
"I wish to die a slave to principles, not to men."
"No me dejen morir así, digan que dije algo". ("Don't let me die like this, say I said something"). Presumably his last words.

#4 is the best.

Aso said of him: "Zapata vive, la lucha sigue."

And "Si Zapata viviera, andaria." If Z were still alive, he would walk with us (la gente).