ain’t what is
Cuz, see, I’d think that unions would want to get people back to work.
“Our objective is to pull together unemployed Americans in a way that allows them to connect, communicate and press their political leaders for policies that will get them back to work,” Rick Sloan, UCubed’s executive director and IAM communications director, told The Daily Caller.
So with unions enlisting the jobless to work for unions’ political benefit, hey — that’s almost as as good as dues-payers, right?
…The Union of Unemployed (UCubed) Activists is an Internet-centric “community service project” of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM)
U1nion of U2nemployed Activists. That’s two  U’s. U3 would be three  U’s. Or is this some sort of gestalt thing?
“We’d like to see [policymakers] recreate the Works Progress Administration, WPA 2.0. Which in the 1930s put between 6.5 and 8 million people back to work,” Sloan said.
…New Jersey Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s recent “21st Century WPA Act” to reinstate the New Deal employment program, and Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur’s attempt to rejuvenate another New Deal program with her “21st Century Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Act.”
Now there’s some Shovel-Ready thinking.