The most dangerous place: Between Andy Stern and a Microphone

Two of the funniest lines we’ve read (so far) this week comes from Bret Jacobson’s post on Big Government:

The most dangerous place in D.C. may well be between retiring SEIU president Andy Stern and a microphone, but the next-most-dangerous place may be as a taxpayer paying for his work. Now, in an exit interview with the Washington Post’s respectable liberal blogger Ezra Klein, the ever-controversial Stern has added one more whopper to confuse public dialogue, saying of organized labor: “It is the greatest middle-class, job-creating mechanism that we have ever had in America that doesn’t cost taxpayers a dime.”

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“I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.” Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776

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