When exactly did unions go from representing workers to shilling for every left-wing cause under the sun?
The nation’s largest labor federation plans to mount an aggressive campaign against voter identification laws in a half-dozen battleground states that will be key in the presidential election.
AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Arlene Holt Baker told reporters on Tuesday that the labor federation will have boots on the ground registering and helping voters in Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in coordination with the group’s political program.
Labor is pushing back against voter ID laws, which they say suppress voting by minorities, the elderly, the poor and students. Supporters of the measures say showing identification to vote is needed to crack down on fraud and protect the integrity of elections.THEY'RE BASICALLY ADMITTING THAT THEY KNOW THAT THE ONLY WAY OBAMA CAN WIN THE ELECTION IS IF HE STEALS IT.