Today, your blogger received the following in her e-mail box from the SEIU, the Service Employees International Union, under the cover of “People’s Pizza”. Honestly, she thought it was a new pizza parlor in the neighborhood until she clicked on the link:
Over the last two days, I’ve watched as thousands of people from all over the country have poured onto the national mall to set up what they’re calling The People’s Camp.
Unemployed workers, union members, community organizers, and activists have built a thriving community of the 99 percent in the shadow of the Washington Monument, right in front of the Capitol, where 1 percent won’t be able to ignore it.
Just a few minutes ago, those thousands of activists headed up to Congress to tell their representatives that they need to focus on creating jobs.
This is hungry work.
Call in and order a pizza for the folks here at the People’s Camp. (link removed by KCC)
There are about to be 3000 really hungry people here back at camp, let’s thank them for their hard work.
This is from the files of the formerly unbelievable. When we clicked on the link, it lead us to a page on the SEIU site. After being beaten by an Occupy DC member and ignored by the DC police, KCC will believe anything now.