Guess who is angry about ObamaCare?

Silvio Canto, Jr.

We could not say it any better than this:

"It makes an untruth out of what the president said -- that if you like your insurance, you could keep it," said Joe Hansen, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union.

"That is not going to be true for millions of workers now."

Maybe we should invite Mr Hansen to our next Tea Party rally.  He may be one of the most credible critics of ObamaCare in the world. 

Mr Hansen has one big advantage over most people in the White House or Congress. First, he has read the bill and is in the process of implementing it.  In other words, he gets the "train wreck" warning. Second, Mr Hansen and the unions live in the real world, or the same place where most Americans live every day.

Wonder how all of those people paying union dues feel about this?

First, their dues go to support the Democrats who passed the bill in 2010. Second, their dues go to finance the Obama reelection campaign or to keep Romney and the GOP from repealing it. Third, their dues are paying the salary of leaders who are now warning them that ObamaCare may not be so good after all.

I don't know about you but I'd be very angry at the next union meeting!  


We could not say it any better than this:

"It makes an untruth out of what the president said -- that if you like your insurance, you could keep it," said Joe Hansen, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union.

"That is not going to be true for millions of workers now."

Maybe we should invite Mr Hansen to our next Tea Party rally.  He may be one of the most credible critics of ObamaCare in the world. 

Mr Hansen has one big advantage over most people in the White House or Congress. First, he has read the bill and is in the process of implementing it.  In other words, he gets the "train wreck" warning. Second, Mr Hansen and the unions live in the real world, or the same place where most Americans live every day.

Wonder how all of those people paying union dues feel about this?

First, their dues go to support the Democrats who passed the bill in 2010. Second, their dues go to finance the Obama reelection campaign or to keep Romney and the GOP from repealing it. Third, their dues are paying the salary of leaders who are now warning them that ObamaCare may not be so good after all.

I don't know about you but I'd be very angry at the next union meeting!