Teachers Union Prays for the Death of NJ Gov. Christie

-By Warner Todd Huston

Sadly, wishing for the death of a political opponent is so typical of the left. Pol Pot, Stalin, the Democrat sponsored KKK, the chief tool used by such folks has been terror and violence. While obviously not as murderous as the aforementioned, unions have also been a violent force in history. And in New Jersey, the teachers union has lived down to the violent tendency unions have always evinced.

With a memo to its membership, the New Jersey Education Association prayed that its political opponent, Governor Chirs Christie, would die. The memo featured this:

“Dear Lord … this year you have taken away my favorite actor, Patrick Swayze, my favorite actress, Farrah Fawcett, my favorite singer, Michael Jackson, and my favorite salesman, Billy Mays. … I just wanted to let you know that Chris Christie is my favorite governor.”

Nice sentiment, eh?

But this sort of violence infused, hate-speak is so typical of unionism. Whether in the rarefied air of the teacher’s lounge, or the backroom of some smoke-filled auto worker’s union hall, this sort of violence is espoused with gusto by unionists everywhere. And it is given a pass by Democrats, excused with a wink and a nod.

And they say that the Tea Party folks are hate-filled and violent! Show me a Tea Party advertisement, event advertisement, or newsletter with such a sentiment emblazoned across it.

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  • To be fair, this is a copy and paste from a republican group email.

    Dear Mr. Grim Reaper,
    So far this year you have taken away my favorite dancer and entertainer Michael Jackson, favorite actor Patrick Swayze, and favorite actress Farah Fawcett.
    Just so you know, my favorite
    politician is Barack Obama.

    Its just a game that goes back and forth, and it keeps us distracted from the real issues. Christie and the NJEA are trading barbs , and the children losing out while our taxes get raised. Niether side has anything to be proud of in this contest. No one is speaking of how to move forward, niether side is propsing anything to get back to a solid education platform.

    Thank you

  • It is a distraction, for sure.

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