“The Representative Assembly recommended that NEA members vote to re-elect President Barack Obama in the 2012 election” wrote Will Potter of the National Education Association. “They also voted for a $10 annual dues increase that will be dedicated to funding NEA's Crisis Fund, a program designed to put money back into the states for pro-public education outreach.”◼ National teachers' group endorses Obama for 2nd term - Reuters
3.2 million teachers will pay the tax – out of your tax dollars- which is expected to double the amount of money normally put into the “crisis fund.”
Maybe teachers instead should look at why they need an annual “crisis fund” in the first place
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
“The Representative Assembly recommended that NEA members vote to re-elect President Barack Obama in the 2012 election” before the opposing candidate is even known...
◼ While the rest of us were celebrating the 4th of July with BBQs and parades and recitations of the Declaration of Independence, teachers’ union “delegates” from the far left were giving Obama the thumbs up. Not coincidentally they also voted to levy a $10 tax on union teachers nationally to help support “messaging” in front of his reelection bid. - Townhall