Andy Stern’s Community of Corruption

by E J Smith
Young Research & Publishing Inc.
November 24, 2009

You almost want to close your eyes and not look. That’s how shockingly this administration is governing. Taking a cue from Saul Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals, President Obama is running the country like a community organizer.

The number one goal of an organizer is to deal with the leaders of the community. That way the members will fall in line, or else. Obama’s biggest communities today are unions. Therefore, union heads have access to the White House. And no union leader has had more access than Andy Stern of Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

Andy Stern has visited the White House 22 times since Obama took office. The 2.1 million union members he represents mostly work in health care. As president-elect, Obama said, “Before debating health care, I talked to Andy Stern and SEIU members.”

Andy Stern trained at Midwest Academy. Its founders, Heather and Paul Booth, wanted to teach left-wing community organizers how to promote social change and infiltrate the labor movement. Today, their star pupil Andy Stern yells, “Workers of the world unite!”

Stern has a big problem with America’s past 223 years. In his words, “The question is how is everyone going to share the wealth? And I think that after we get through this health-care situation and finally solve this problem of 223 years, you know, we are going to see a change in our labor laws.”

Believe me, there is no bigger beneficiary of Obamacare than Stern. Stephen Spruiell of the National Review Online writes, “Stern has openly bragged about the SEIU’s $61 million investment in Barack Obama.” Politico online says Andy Stern practically lives at the White House. “We get heard,” says Stern.

Right before Obama was to make his Democratic presidential nomination acceptance speech in Denver, the L.A. Times published an investigative report on SEIU. It found that SEIU’s Tyrone Freeman used $600,000 in union contracts for his wife’s video production and entertainment ventures, $8,000 per month for his mother-in-law’s babysitting services, $13,000 at a Beverly Hills cigar club, $12,500 at Morton’s The Steakhouse, and $8,000 for his Hawaiian wedding.

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