“Hey Valerie, thought monument was for Hugo Chavez, who’s Cesar?”..
Who is “we”?
Let’s see panadera???
No, no, that’s not it.
Ah yes..Pander. Yes Pandering, while eating panadera with those how have been pandered to...
The truth hurts but somebody has to say it. Chavez don't mean jack**** to the majority of Americans. We definitely don't need to turn his house into a National Monument funded with scarce taxpayer dollars. The U.S. Navy already named a Fluken ship after him. Isn't that enough?
Doing stuff like this just shows what a mack he is. He’s a maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack.
Did anyone bother to tell Obama that today is Columbus Day?
Maybe Obama should have attended some American History classes.
And today Obama congratulates Hugo Chavez.
Obama can now watch “Dreams from My Real Father”
It is now on Netflix.
Why is he campaigning in CA?
Pray for America
That’s right Obama, now that you have brought your 20 million illegal aliens into this country, why don’t you get down in the dirt like a slug and grovel for their vote publicly. You have no shame or morals.
Hugo Chavez, Cesar Chavez: Barry never met a commie he didn’t love!
In case anyone still didn’t think he was a commie he makes another monument to a sworn communist.
Pray for America
What Obama doesn't want to mention, is that the UFW was a failure; there are virtually no field or orchard workers working under a union contract (less than 2%). the UFW actually doesn't legitimately represent farm workers anymore, and in fact hasn't for a long time.
A couple of hear back, the Bakersfield Californian reported that most farm workers in the fields have never heard of Cesar Chavez and his United Farm Workers Union. The unions health and pension plans each reported less than 3,500 contributing workers in a state which has, seasonally, from 350,000 to 700,000 workers in its fields and orchards. Less than 2% of the states agricultural workers are protected by a Farm Workers contract at any given time.
Of the unions claims to have won basic, humane treatment for the campesinos, the LA Weeklys Marc Cooper, writing in 2005, said, nothing could be further from the truth.
According to Cooper, wages of Californias farm workers have been at best stagnant and, by most reckonings, are in decline. With almost all workers stuck at the minimum wage of $6.75 an hour, its rare to find a farm worker whose annual income breaks $10,000 a year.
It's all brought into focus by this fact: the number of United Farm Workers contracts peaked at perhaps 150 in the mid-1970s; but as of about 5 years ago, there were fewer than 25. Yearly, the union solicits and receives $20 million to $30 million in donations, but "most of the funds go to burnish the Chavez image and expand the family business, a multimillion-dollar enterprise with an annual payroll of $12 million that includes a dozen Chavez relatives." --- that's according to the Los Angeles Times.
At this point, if they don't have access to their Mexican rent-a-slaves, California growers will probably find that mechanizing the remaining farm-labor jobs makes more economic sense than raising wages.
Or maybe California agriculture will go the way of the Michigan auto industry: they can do it cheaper in China.
Pandering to Latinos.