Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Should I be worried?

Tuesday afternoon, I noticed on Site Meter that several folks at AFL-CIO headquarters had accessed the earlier blog item about Andy Stern, who got the TV equivalent of a Lewinsky from Leslie Stahl of "60 Minutes."

This suggests two possibilities:

1. The headquarter guys are steamed at Stern, who split his SEIU from the AFL-CIO (after ripping them off for more than $3 million in payments, according to labor journalist Harry Kelber) and took the Teamsters with him last year. So maybe the AFL-CIO guys are now big fans who are starting to figure out -- as Tom Buffenbarger seems to be catching on -- how they got scammed by the MoveOn.org crowd.

Or ....

2. The AFL-CIO guys don't like any negative comments about Big Labor, and are steamed at me.

Previously:

5/15: Meet the New Boss
5/14: Begala: Dean Wasted DNC Money
5/10: MoveOn.org & the Politics of Deceit

5/3: MSNBC & MoveOn.org's Big Lie
4/15: Hardhats vs. Moonbats

3/28: Corrupt Union Officials Indicted
3/25: Deep Pockets & Sticky Fingers

3/8: LoseOn.org
2/18: Union Corruption Exposed

-- McCAIN

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