HomePoliticsCollusion Course Collusion Course Jay Tea June 28, 2004 Politics 6 Comments I heard an interesting political theory being discussed on the radio today, and after some thought, I think it Army Specialist Keith Maupin Murdered By Captors In Iraq Triumph Of The Swill II: Good Swill Hunting Related Posts Hey, That Smarts! I Wonder Where Goose Was? The Water's Edge About The Author Jay Tea 6 Comments Kevin June 28, 2004 Steven Taylor suggested the same today at PoliBlog. Michael June 28, 2004 Dang. I thought I had an original idea. I posted the same thing this morning. http://www.chasingthewind.net/index.php?p=142 -S- June 28, 2004 It’s now a crying shame that many Americans distrust police because of their union politics. Police unions should be non political, if unions at all. If unions, at least be supervised as some apart and distinct type of union, by Congress. I really hate to think that a/any/the police union/s can now manipulate a Presidency, just because of union demands. I thought the same thing, however, as have you and others, when I read this news earlier, about Kerry’s fundraising gaming. Not like, these days, anyone can avoid thinking things like this through to the optimum use as to who benefits from what and why. -S- June 28, 2004 Even more glumly, I do believe that *the situation in Boston* is a lot of why the Democrats are convening there. Nathan June 29, 2004 Apologies for hijacking the thread: Announcement: In their infinite wisdom [/sarcasm], the USAF web censors blocked me from accessing my log-in page and any mu.nu comment function. Luckily, I should return home in 2-3 weeks, and posting will resume then. eclipsegurl June 29, 2004 Do you suppose he got a lesson on unions from his buddy Ted Kennedy? Boston is his home field. After all, Joe Kennedy supposedly had the backing of the unions in the 60’s when JFK was running for office as “favor” from his under world buddies. Who’s to say that Kerry isn’t manipulating things to his advantage. Wouldn’t put it past the Democrats to do something underhanded.