Leo Gerard, the (Canadian) president of the United Steelworkers union? (Via Obama spokesflack @BenLaBolt)
Mr. Obama is committed to protecting clean air and clean water for our families while also helping the coal industry.
Or would it be… actually, hold on a second. WHO ASKED foreign-born and foreign-national union leader Gerard his opinion on the 2012 American Presidential election? WHY did the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette avoid noting that Mr. Gerard is not an American citizen? And why is an official campaign surrogate like Ben LaBolt uncritically propagate an article where a FOREIGNER went on to directly attack an American politician? Particularly since said foreigner had previously called for a resistance movement in the United States AND was involved in the infamous 1999 WTO riots in Seattle? Come right down to it, is there a single functional adult and competent political operative ANYWHERE in Obama for America? At all?
OK. Mini-rant over. Continue reading Who is the more believable articulator of Obama/Biden’s coal policy?
Black-clad demonstrators broke off from a crowd of peaceful demonstrators protesting a global economic summit in Toronto, torching police cruisers and smashing windows with baseball bats and hammers.
Translation: violent goon squads detached themselves from the protective covering of their fellow-travelers in the radical anti-globalization movement and proceeded to go about their usual program of property damage, attempted intimidation, and plausibly-deniable domestic terrorism. Business as usual, and it’s always fascinating to watch the media fall all over itself to not report that these guys are hardcore Lefties.
You know: South Korea is going to be hosting the G-20 in November. That’s going to be… messy; the South Korean riot police are not exactly known for being sweetness and light with regard to people throwing things at them, and if the people doing the throwing aren’t actually South Koreans? Well. They probably won’t actually shoot anybody.