TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
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Was it unkind to mock our Disingenuous DemocRATS on Labor Day by reminding people how many Americans had lost their jobs during the Obama Administration? —Compassionate Conservatives
Does anybody find it ironic that our office was closed yesterday, when so many of those people whose unemployment has run out are still looking for work? —Obama Supporters at the Unemployment Office, Who Got the Day Off With Pay
Here’s our choice for today: it’s Harry S. Truman “It’s a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it’s a depression when you lose your own.” —Your Quote for Today Committee
Does anybody remember a couple of years ago on Labor Day when I posed for a picture with some Black Union Guys. —Delusional Ohio Governor Kasich, Campaigning to be President of New Hampshire in 2020
Last year as head of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus, on Labor Day I got to stand behind Crooked Hillary’s Husband, Disgraced Ex-Pants-Dropper-in-Chief Bill Clinton, when he spoke to dumbed-down DemocRATS at Coney Island. —Stevecia Reece
What do I usually do on Labor Day? As little as possible, just like every day! —Overheard Often at the Coney Island Union Day Picnic
You know what I love, paying union dues just so I can keep my job. —Nancy in Norwood
I think it’s really great my union dues are going to politicians I don’t even like. —Dan in Delhi
I really like how unions discriminate against minorities. —Rashid in Roselawn
Nothing makes me feel better than knowing I’m supporting their fat cat life styles. —Wanda in Westwood
The previous four e-mails would make a great Union Day commercial. —The Center for Union Facts
On Labor Day, somebody needs to say something nice about all those working women. —Brad Wenstrup
On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed legislation that had been rushed through Congress, declaring Labor Day a national holiday, to be observed the first Monday in September —Hurley the Historian
For Labor Day, we liked when David Letterman said, “It’s Labor Day weekend. Labor Day, of course, is a holiday where people take three days off from being unemployed.” —Our Late Night Jokewatcher
Did I win the Labor Day “Liberals Say the Stupidest Things” Award for saying “Trump’s decision to end DACA was cruel and un-American,” seeing that Obama knowingly violated the law by instituting it by executive order? —Obama’s Doofus Vice President Joe Biden
We hope everybody remembers that Labor Day Liberal Agenda Guest Column on our Idiotorial Page when Biden said, “unions built the middle class, which is still shrinking.” —Feckless Fishwrappers
We really liked that part of Obama’s last Labor Day Message that said: “There are reasons to feel good about the direction that we’re headed.” — Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Now Plan To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and Failed Trying To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Obama Supporters in the Press, like the ones at The Fishwrap and on Channel 5, 9, 12, and 19
Does anybody remember a couple of years ago at our big Union Day Picnic, when members of the Cincinnati Organized and Dedicated Employees Union signed a Happy Labor Day card for Diana Frey, who couldn’t attend because she wasn’t scheduled for release from Alderson Federal Prison in West Virginia until March 20, 2015 for embezzling more than $750,000 of their funds. —Demo-Labor Party Boss Tim Burka
Instead of “Crooked Union Bosses, #2 on yesterday’s Top Ten List of the top ten blessings brought to you by organized labor should have ended with “like our very own former FOP police union LODGE #69 president Kathy Harrell.” —Your FOP Snitch
The Hamilton County Demo-Labor Party is so out-of-touch with reality, they seem to believe running as a Republican and claiming to have had an epiphany qualifies you to run as a solid DemocRAT candidate. —Disgruntled DemocRATS
Cincinnati’s Midget Mayor John Cranley has crossed labor at every opportunity but still claims to be a Dem (probably because the Repubs don’t want him). No one who knows him thinks he’s a DemocRAT, including the DemocRAT City Clown-cil members who never want to caucus with him. He’s as Republican as Steve Chabot, but for some warped reason runs as a D-RAT. —Your City Hall Snitch
If the Labor movement had any clout these days, none of those City Hall people would be welcomed at the big Labor Day blast at Coney Island, but they’ll probably all show up, shaking hands and peddling their crap. —Unemployed Union Members
Does anybody else find it somewhat ironic that for the past eight years, Labor Day has been the “unofficial end” of another Obama “Summer of Recovery?” —Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo
Does anybody remember that time on Labor Day when I claimed Bitch McConnell opposed minimum wage increases, unemployment benefits, gender pay equity and student-loan relief? He favored tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. He took his stand with billionaires against the people of Kentucky, and he still won re-election. —Ditzy DemocRAT U.S. Senate Candidate Alison Wondergams Grimes
What happened? Nobody entered this year’s WEBN’s “Jump Off the Bridge” Contest at Riverfest? —The Coast Guard
Who said you couldn’t smuggle weed into Riverfest? —Loony Libertarian Jim Berns
Many people say Riverfest would never be the same without beer. But for those who find old habits hard to break, you can always stick your fingers down your throats. —College Kids from NKU
The only people in Northern Kentucky not complaining about the Riverfest beer ban are owners of Riverboat restaurants that are still open, where a beer will cost about $12. And don’t forget to leave a tip that owners can skim. —Jeff Ruby
Now that folks have finally accepted the concept of an alcohol-free Riverfest, how about having a litter free event? —Newport Trash Collectors
If Riverfest was such a family event, why’d all those guys at Riverfront restaurants encouraging women “not in it for the publicity” passing by in boats to show their big beautiful breasts? —Phil Burr-ass
We spent Labor Day at the soccer fields on Kellogg Avenue instead of going to the the union gathering at Coney Island. Our construction jobs pay minimum wage and we don’t have to pay into Social Security or pay union dues. —Moises, Julio, Alfredo, and Jose
We have also agreed that once the economy improves they will also be allowed to cook their burritos in their 23-seat van instead of staying on the roof at lunch time. —Northern Kentucky Homebuilders Association
Don’t forget— you’re not supposed to wear your white bikini after Labor Day. —Miss Vicki
Please don’t remind your readers about that time we fired a military veteran for pausing in his duties to salute the U.S. flag during the singing of the National Anthem. — Florence Freedom Team President Clint Brown
Did you notice that you could see the fireworks from the Kentucky side of the river too? —Trish the Dish on Channel 19 News
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