Occupod, Obama, Union Connection Now Undeniable.

Posted by sgtcajones   // November 23, 2011   // Comments Off

"Images from Occupy Wall Street"Yesterday Obama tried to calm Occupy protestors who were using the human microphone to shout him down during his campaign speech in New Hampshire. Obama supporters finally got control of the situation by shouting down the Occupods, and Obama later conceded to them that “You are the reason I ran for office.”

I’m not sure where that leaves the rest of us working and bathing Americans who go off to our jobs each day so that we can pay for our own lives and support our families, but those are the Obama roots; Community Rabble Rouser. I think the Obama/Occupod relationship is pretty clear at this point.

It is also a well know fact that Obama is in bed with the unions. Trumpka boasts daily contact with the White House, and we know from previous FOIA requests that Andy Stern who was head of SEIU was the most frequent visitor to the White House.  Obama the candidate promised SEIU members that if he became president they would have a seat at the table in his administration.

Now we also have the clear connection between unions and the OccupodsOWS now has another target in their sights; Black Friday Shoppers and the businesses they frequent.

Websites advocating “Stop Black Friday” have appeared, and the Occupy Movement is advocating targeting merchants to stop this American tradition in the name of the 99%.

They have a very specific and peculiar list of targets though, and it includes the following corporations: Abercrombie & Fitch, Amazon, AT&T Wireless, Burlington Coat Factory, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dollar Tree, The Home Depot, Neiman Marcus, OfficeMax, Toys R’Us, Verizon Wireless, and Wal-Mart.

A little research on these companies reveals that all of them have some kind of beef with whom else but unions

Several are notorious (In Union circles) for their non-union stance; Wal Mart and Home Depot for example. Some have had battles with union organizers trying to force their way in. OfficeMax was a puzzler, but their indiscretion appears to be a mixed union and non-union work force and a resistance to complete unionization. AT&T Wireless and Verizon have had very public battles with unions lately, and Neiman Marcus and ToysR’Us actually had the audacity to use non-union labor in construction projects.

Can all this be coincidental? I don’t think so. I think it has now become Crystal Clear exactly who and what are behind the Occupy Movement.


About this contributor

Cameron Jones posted 47 articles on this blog.

I am a retired Army NCO and Constitutional Conservative. I served 22 years in the U.S. Army defending liberty and our Constitution, and I continue to do that today. My family and I have lived all round the world and currently reside in Fauquier county.


black friday






Similar posts


  1. Pingback : Occupod, Obama, Union Connection Now Undeniable. « Virginia Virtucon

  2. By els666, November 27, 2011

    … excuse us, but what is the matter with employees organizing to present, and represent, their concerns to their employers? these may be called in some places ‘unions’, and in other places other names. What is wrong with that?

  3. sgtcajones By sgtcajones, November 28, 2011


    Not a thing wrong with employees negotiating with employers, as long as they are not forced to join a union to work; as long as money in the form of dues is not taken from them to give to politicians they may not support, as a condition of their employment.

    This is what unions do in states that have no right to work law.

    Unions have outlived their usefulness, and have become nothing more than an arm of the Democrat political machine, amassing imense fiscal power to a few union bosses (who get rich along the way) to contribute to Democrat candidates.

    Employees are forced to join and contribute to unions, who in turn support candidates that the employess may not necessarily want to represent them.

    Now unions are using the “tools” that are the Occupy Wall Street movement, to try to attack businesses that will not unionize, or have had other beefs with unions; that is what my piece is about.

Find Us On Facebook