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Who’s On the Brady Brief?

One of the organizations who signed onto the Brady Brief in McDonald is one I hadn’t heard of before, which is the International Brotherhood of Police Officers. If you click on the link, you will see who they are affiliated with. Surprised?

9 Responses to “Who’s On the Brady Brief?”

  1. Bitter says:

    The SEIU doesn’t want tea party activists armed. It makes the job of beating them up harder.

  2. Jaded says:

    Is there anywhere the SEIU is NOT involved? OBTW it is my hope that by the end of this Presidency that the names SEIU, Community Organizer and ACORN are immediately a NEGATIVE when thought of!

  3. Flighterdoc says:

    You should refer to them as “the un-indicted co-conspirator, SEIU”.

  4. Link P says:

    IBPO appears to be aligned with MAIG in opposition to the Tiahrt Amendment. It’s not much of surprise giving the SEIU connection.

  5. Carl from Chicago says:

    Sorry for my density … but will you guys quit beating around the bush?

    Just who are they affiliated with? What is SEIU? Methinks some folks assume too much.

  6. Sebastian says:

    Carl:

    They are the public worker union that keeps beating up tea party protesters.

  7. Ian Argent says:

    Service Employees International Union.

    Wikipedia sez: Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is a labor union representing about 1.8 million workers[1] in over 100 occupations in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The main divisions are health care (around 50% of the union’s membership), including hospital, home care and nursing home workers, public services (government employees), and property services (including janitors and security officers). SEIU has over 300 local branches. It is affiliated with the Change to Win Federation and the Canadian Labour Congress. It is based in Washington, D.C., and has seven internal divisions: Communications, Education, Human Rights, International Affairs, Organization, Political, and Research.

    SEIU is sometimes referred to as the “purple ocean,” easily recognized at political events thanks to the union’s purple shirts. The union is also known for its Justice for Janitors campaigns.

    (Though the article includes several iteresting disclaimers, to wit:

    This article or section has multiple issues. Please help improve the article or discuss these issues on the talk page.
    It needs additional references or sources for verification. Tagged since September 2007.

    Its neutrality is disputed. Tagged since October 2008.

    It may contain original research or unverifiable claims. Tagged since July 2008.)

  8. Jaded says:

    You could change the wiki page to – unions = bullies = out of work employees.

    They don’t see their policies as hurting their workers and putting good businesses out of business because once they reach the top of the union those at the bottom are nothing more then a $ sign! Unions are irrelevent to the working men and women of today because companies will pay the highest for the best. Here in VA we have a right to work state and I can tell you that WE make a hell of lot more money then union workers in other states make because WE are paid our worth and WE get to keep our money in our pockets and NOT give it to some union idiot at the top of the chain to spend on some liberals campaign.

    To me ACORN, SEIU & related nutteries are all CRIMINAL ENTERPRISES!

  9. Carl from Chicago says:

    Thanks guys … forgive me. I am not up to speed on all this stuff!

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