A Victim of the Regime’s White-Collar Payback

General Motors, which is the United Auto Workers… They own it. They own a majority of it along with Obama. This is payback. This is payback time. Don’t you understand? Union workers have been shafted from the beginning of time, from the beginning of this country. This country was set up to screw union people. Organized labor has gotten the shaft. Now it’s payback time, just as Obama looks at this country and the rest of the world. This country is a superpower, not because we are inherently great or special. We’re a superpower because we’re thieves!

We stole resources that were not ours from all over the world.

We exploited people.

We didn’t liberate.

We may not have conquered, but we took what we wanted; we killed whoever we wanted to kill. That’s how!

And now it’s payback time.

Now it’s time for us to find out what $10-a-gallon gasoline is like, like they have to spend in Europe. Now, it’s time for us to find out what it’s like to drive around in little golf carts like they have to in Europe. It’s time for us to find out what we have made the rest of the world live like. It’s payback time. And now it’s time for management, the white-collar people at General Motors, to find out just exactly what kind of hell they put the union people through. More than 20,000 white-collar workers at Delphi got the short end of the stick, and it was all the UAW and Obama’s doing. The United Auto Worker pensions were preserved; the nonunion pensioners lost all of their health and life insurance benefits and up to 70% of their pensions.



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