He likes labor so much that he appears to have dressed up as a union employee for Halloween! Isn't that precious? What better way to honor the hard work and contributions of union employees in Wisconsin than by dressing up as one! Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery after all.
Who knew that all of you union employees couldn't spell, or wore jean jackets and farmer hats to work? Or stuffed pillows up your shirts?!? Not me! I, for one, am surprised by this!
I wonder if this is what Terry Moulton thinks of the union employees in his district? Has anyone asked him? Perhaps someone should! I mean, a staffer never really stops representing his boss, even on the Halloweens!
Also, did you know that RACC's got this guy working on behalf of a bunch of other Republican candidates too? I guess all Republicans must think that union employees are stupid and fat and carry coffee mugs and wear a lot of pins on their coats!
Happy Labor Day from the Recess Supervisor and friends. Back to the grind tomorrow.
(Update: At the request of an interested party, I have removed the original photograph and replaced it with a graphic representation of the original. I've concealed the visual identity of the offending party, blurred or cropped out those individuals in the background, and reduced the effective resolution of the photograph to discourage alternative usage. If this isn't sufficient protection I may have to resort to stick figure drawings, which will be sad for you and me both.
For the record, I will give the creator of the costume credit. Anyone who's had to deal with the assorted union types who visit the Capitol to harass - er, lobby legislators and staff knows that this portrayal is pretty damn accurate. When the year-end awards come out, this is a definite candidate for Best Visual Representation of a Union Thug by a Staffer or Legislator. Although it's still an exercise in remarkably bad judgment, especially when your boss sits at or near the top of the Democratic hit list.)