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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Jerry Brown appoints union hack

Brown drops his pants, bends over and spreads his cheecks for labor unions.
  • Brown turns over the state teasury to corrupt government employee unions in return for campaign money.
  • Democrats fuck taxpayers to pay the bills to feed the union machine.

Comrade Governor Jerry Brown of the People's Republic of California has appointed a labor union representative to be deputy director of legislative affairs at the Department of Personnel Administration.

The appointment of Nancy Farias, legislative director for Service Employees International Union Local 1000 since 2009, comes before the Legislature is expected this summer to consider pension changes proposed by Brown. The appointment was announced by the Democratic governor's office reports the Sacramento Bee.

Farias, 39, is registered as having no party preference. The Sacramento resident is to be paid $110,004 a year.

The Legislature is expected to consider public employee pension changes following adoption of the state budget this month.

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/06/jerry-brown-appoints-union-rep-to-personnel-administration-post.html#storylink=cpy

(Sacramento Bee)

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