Saturday, November 3, 2012


More than 10,000 workers from 19 states gave of their time to come to Alabama to help restore electricity to the hundreds of thousands who lost it during the April 27, 2011 tornadoes.  In an attempt to pay it forward, five teams headed to New Jersey as soon as Sandy passed to help with the millions of residents who were without power.

Derrick Moore, who works for Decatur Utilities in Decatur, Ala., told WAFF-TV in Huntsville that crews in Seaside Heights, N.J. turned him and his crewmates away, saying they couldn’t do any work there because they’re not union employees.

As a result, crews from Decatur and Huntsville left the Jersey shore and headed to Long Island to pitch in.

I heard [with my own ears] union workers yelling at these VOLUNTEER POWER WORKERS who drove there from ALABAMA - calling them SCABS! 

That asshole governor Chris Christie is willing to lick Obama's ass 'for the good of his state' and yet nowhere in HIS MASSIVE ASS does he have a set of balls big enough to tell his unions to STFU and be glad they have help! 

Hey JOISEY! Want some candles you dumb shits!? They will give you light and heat while your stupid, overpaid union workers put in their 40 hours a week..... pathetic!

Unions give people with mediocre skills a place to suck off the common tit of a job guarantee - I have no use for unions - not NOW - not EVER!

I honestly do not care if New Jersey EVER gets power restored!  

p.s. - I live on the NC coast - we were hammered last year by Irene, and before that Ophelia, and before that Isabel, and before that Floyd, and before that Josephine, and Fran and Bertha......... so I FUKKING KNOW what to do when the local government tells you to get the hell out!  You fill up your car and your gas cans and you GO!  And I know NOT to flip off the thousands upon thousands of people who flooded the state and worked for WEEKS to clear downed trees, restore power and potable water, and help us get our lives back.  

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