Unions Like to Crash the (Tea) Party
Union protesters demonstrate their commitment to the free exchange of ideas. Their strategy? Crash the gatherings of others early, take the best spots, then make so much noise that the event can't happen. They pulled this at the Tea Party rally in Boston last week.
Rep. Frank R. Wolf (R-VA) is trying to save taxpayers some money. He’s opposed to the more expensive of two proposed Dulles Metrorail stations. He’s also come out against collective bargaining.
That just won’t do for union protesters who, during a Wolf press conference today, interrupted the proceedings with shouts and chants.