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The Texas State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) met for our regular quarterly meeting in Austin this weekend. As always, the meeting was open to the public. Any interested party with or without media credentials may attend the meetings.
As many readers of this site know, the presidential primary system in this country routinely disenfranchises primary voters in important “red” states like Texas. In the last cycle, due to a combination of rules and courts, Texas had one of the last primaries and had to allocate delegates proportionally. This effectively means we had little to no say as to who was nominated—it was already a “done deal” by the time we voted. Read more »
Texas Union Says Companies are Purposely Keeping Unemployment Low – Also, Union Violence & Spending Stats
Gary Fuslier, staff representative for United Steelworkers 13-423 in Southeast Texas said, “It is in a Company’s best interest to keep employment down until after the November 2012 election.”
Union Boss Says Businesses Are Intentionally not Hiring so that Obama will Lose Re-Election
Given the cozy relationship that Unions have with Obama and the Democrats, it is no surprise that unions are currently protecting their Democrat buddies from backlash over the bad economy. Unions are viciously and openly