Good morning, you sons of bitches.

And you see it everywhere, it is the Tea Party. And you know, there is only one way to beat and win that war. The one thing about working people is we like a good fight. And you know what? They’ve got a war, they got a war with us and there’s only going to be one winner. It’s going to be the workers of Michigan, and America. We’re going to win that war… President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march… Everybody here’s got a vote… Let’s take these sons of bitches out and give America back to an America where we belong.

You know who.

Is it sexist that he left out the daughters of bitches? Maybe he is afraid to make the girls mad.

But, have no worries. The foregoing quotation was meant in the nicest possible way.

It would be paranoid and provocative to suggest that an “army” “marching” to “fight” and “win” a “war” by “taking out” the “sons of bitches” so that “Mr. Obama’s army” is the “only winner” was anything more than strictly metaphorical.

11 thoughts on “Good morning, you sons of bitches.”

  1. …and according to Drudge the White House “has no comment” from the unifier-in-chief.

    Turn the scenario around and let’s say a tea p[arty guy said this – would the media be as complacent?


  2. Too late — I’m a Tea Partier and I’m already mad. Well, I was already mad about the various CBC members calling the Tea Party racists (oh, sorry raaaaacist! Must inclide 5 A’s in raaaaacist!) and now this fool running his mouth? Nice to see that those calls for civility and courtesy and non-violence in our political discourse have an expiration date.

  3. Richard Viguerie:

    The Tea Party’s opposition to the borrowing and tax increases necessary to maintain and expand the government bureaucracy from which Big Labor now draws the majority of its membership is a mortal threat not just to the power and lifestyle of Big Labor bosses; it is a threat to the very existence of Big Labor.
    The Tea Party rebellion is about a lot of things, but one of the reasons it is growing is because middle class taxpayers are fed-up with the government employee unions that are part and parcel of the corruption and oppression of bloated government. This Labor Day as the Tea Party rebellion has begun to reign-in union power, America’s long-suffering taxpayers are beginning to see the day when their tax dollars actually go to serve seniors, build roads and perform other vital services, and working families won’t be required to mortgage their own futures to fund an arrogant and oppressive union-run bureaucracy.

  4. Hoffa is president of a private sector union, many of whose members are unhappy about the public sector workers getting such a fat deal. I think they know what is at stake. When I was 16, I was a member of the Teamsters Union and attended a strike vote. It was hugely educational. The craft unions serve a useful purpose with apprenticeships. The industrial unions, like the Teamsters and Autoworkers, are of no benefit to their members anymore. Hoffa is a dinosaur and the swamp is drying up.

  5. It is like a graduate course in psycho-pathology. Clearly the yapping about civility was a plea from their unconscious to impose external constraints on their own aggressive impulses.

  6. It is truly delicious to see Jimmy Hoffa Jr. say these things. The Holy Martyr Bobby Kennedy “wrote” a book in the late 1950s called “The Enemy Within”. As I recall, it was a scathing expose about the goonery of the labor unions, in particular, the Teamsters. I remember vividly the story about the man who was given a colonoscopy with a cucumber.

  7. You read about it in you history, you saw the Wisconsin preview and now SQUADRISMO is coming to the streets in your community during the ’12 election campaign on all screens everywhere in screaming Goonarama – and afterwards as well.

    What can the Democrat Party offer in its death throes besides disruption of the legitimate election process by intimidation and fraud, and endless denial of election legitimacy through fabricated contestations?

  8. MK – “Hoffa is president of a private sector union, many of whose members are unhappy about the public sector workers getting such a fat deal.”

    I second this fully accurate statement. I deal with trade guys every day and when the protests were in full swing here behind the cheddar curtain, I routinely asked the mechanics, tinners and pipe fitters what they thought about the protests. Almost to the man they replied that they hated the teachers and other govt. unions because their deal was so cushy. I say “hated”, and that is what I mean – there really was a air of disgust.

    Also, there are a LOT of union guys on the bench right now with the downturn in construction and other work and they don’t see any of the govt. employees sitting on the bench like them and this adds fuel to that fire.

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