Sunday, September 07, 2008

Obama Blows the Labor Vote -Jesus Was Not a 'Community Organizer' - He Was a Carpenter!

Obama wonders why he constantly screws the pooch and then he believes it to be racism, McCain's gums, Dave Axelrod's comb-over, not enough money, 'Do I wear a Tie? No. Too Ivy League. Roll up my sleeves?' It's you and your Campaign, Senator. You are hanging with dopes - you are who you hang with - I guess, you're a dope too.

Barack, you do not get it. Comes from hanging out with phonies and dweebs too much. Having your robots surf Google for Bible stuff don't work. Be a regular guy!

Americans go to Synagogue, Church, Mass, Services, Mosque, and the old Wiccan Grove!

In your pompous pronouncements and 'tell us who you really are -today' circulars,try not to have Admiral Farragut drive a submarine; the Rebs had the only sub that worked in War Between the States ( there that's for my Southern reader).

Obama's latest 'Jesus was a 'community organizer' and Pilate was a Governor' is too cute by half, but it is like nuts on an archbishop -it won't work with crowd watching.

Jesus was poor. Jesus was a working stiff Now, Judas, there was a community organizer - had his grant money on him when he did the Dutch Act after ratting out Jesus. Yeah, Judas makes sense as a community organizer. Not Jesus. We got these articles found near the Annenberg Challenge papers from the Dead Sea Scrolls archives at Al's Italian Beef on Taylor Street.

Jesus was a carpenter -Report from Nazareth Local 247:April meeting report

By Jacov Bar Dennis, President

Seventy-eight members attended Local 247’s April meeting. Rachel Gamaliel, who is running for North Nazareth County Chair, came to address members regarding her candidacy and the upcoming May election.

Regional Manager Tim Muzoath was in attendance to report on wage disbursement and the recent disaffiliation of the UBC from the JudeanFL-CIO at the national level. There was an extended discussion about the issue.

The mailout survey results showed the strongest support for increasing both the health & welfare and pension contributions with the remainder going to wages.

The various representatives and organizers gave reports about their recent activities and job starts.

There was a motion passed to approve a resolution regarding the City of Bethlehams’s Terrorism Task Force and the police handling of peaceful demonstrations.

There was also some discussion regarding cleanroom training available for members via skill advancement classes.

These and more issues may be discussed at future meetings. If you have concerns, ATTEND YOUR UNION MEETINGS!!
Meeting Notices

General membership
Meets the second Tuesday, May 8, at 7 p.m. at the Carpenters Hall, 2205 N. Lombard, Portland.

Mentors Network
Mentors Network meets second Tuesday, May 8, at 6 p.m. at the Carpenters Hall, 2205 N. Lombard, Galilee. No Sicarri! They ain't Union Men and cause problems with the Romans. That sneak Ayers is a Sicarii!
Stay away from them - you hearing me Jesus? Good Lad! Follow the steps of your Dad - a Real Union Man!

Retirees: This year we honor one of the greats - Joseph Bar David, of Bethleham,35 years of Service: All the best to his wife Mary and his Son Joshua Bar Joseph - the kid goes by Jesus 'cuz he hangs around with the Greek speakers. Hey, Joe! Ain't Aramaic good enough for the Kid! Hey, No kidding 'Jesus' - cracks me up! Okay, Jesus has completed his four year apprenticeship as one of us - and hey this is no wood-butcher local - Great Job Kid! You got a hell of pair of sandals to fill - Your old man could knock together some planks, Kids and was always a great Union Man!

Joe all the best!

Retirees meet for lunch the second Monday, May 14 at 11 a.m. at JJ North’s, 10520 NE Halsey, Galilee. Cash Bar!

Executive Board - Barabbas Kahane Recording Secretary
Executive Board meets the fourth Tuesday, May 22, at 7 p.m. at the Carpenters Hall, 2205 N Lombard, Galilee.

‘Special Call’ meeting June 12
At the general June membership meeting, members will elect one trustee and vote on proposed bylaw changes.

There goes some support from the Trades Unions.
Obama has contempt for working stiffs.


Anonymous said...

Jesus was not a community organizer. What else is there to say?


CKAinRedStateUSA said...

Actually, Jesus was a community organizer.

Through the Holy Bible's Book of Acts, in its second chapter, we see how the believers joined in fellowship. They communed with food, "the believers were together and had everything in common, selling their possessions and goods, they gave to anyone as he had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts. . ."

And though it looks differently today, at least in most of America but not so much in places such as China or Korea, for example, these fellowships --the communities of believers he inspired in Acts, for example, and inspires -- continue.

And, yes, it appears Jesus was a carpenter, given His earthly father Joseph was one, though I do know some Jews who've suggested He was a bricklayer. Whatever, it appears He knew about working for a living as a craftsman.

But Jesus was also king, having skipped a governorship. The Bible declares that God is King of kings, Hosts of hosts. But if He's King of kings, He's certainly Governor of governors.

What matters, though, is the message He brought and still does. At some point, He laid down His carpenter tools and went about His more divine purpose.

It's for all who call themselves whatever they call themselves: union members, governors, even community organizers.

To politicize who He is truly is tasteless.

But, then, given how tasteless this presidential-election cycle has been, that's to be expected.