Monday, August 28, 2006

Union Switch

From Tim over at the Lamont Campaign Blog:

SEIU32BJ becomes the first union to split and endorse Ned Lamont post-primary after endorsing Joe pre-primary.

“32BJ is the largest property service workers union in the United States.”


Anyone care to speculate about what other unions might follow their lead?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just further evidence that the unions are simply an extension of the Democratic party. Is there any reason at all to take them seriously? What a joke!

Authentic Connecticut Republican said...

Anonymous said...
Just further evidence that the unions are simply an extension of the Democratic party


It appears to be the other way around.

Anonymous said...

Governor Curry can attest to the power union endorsememtns have in a statewide general election

Bobby McGee said...

Haven't Unions been completely irrelevant in CT elections lately?

AB said...

actually unions are completely irrelevant period.

Authentic Connecticut Republican said...

Bobby McGee said...
Haven't Unions been completely irrelevant in CT elections lately?


Aside from totally assuring Jodi's election?

Anonymous said...

i heard AS has a good shot at getting the endorsement of the dealers union in foxwoods....

Bobby McGee said...

I think in the end its more of a sign that Lieberman's friends are abandoning him as he sinks.

Anonymous said...

They are going to look as stupid as the lefties were blaming Karl Rove for outing Valerie Plame