March 16, 2008

Just what Nebraska needs: Cesar Chavez Day

Cesar Chavez and the UFW: Its all SO Nebraska
What happened? All of a sudden, out of the blue, there it is in the news. From now on, March 31st will be Cesar Chavez Day in Nebraska.

The only thing that even vaguely ties Nebraska to the founder of the United Farm Worker's Union is the big red signs these commie gangsters wave. How on earth did Nebraskans sit back and allow our one-horse one-house Unicameral to spray paint this fake leftist holiday on our statutes? Now we become one of less than a half dozen other wacko states that have fallen for this idiotic holiday movement. Even Iowans will laugh at us.

The United Farm Workers has become nothing more than another leftist racket. Idolizing them with postage stamps, fiestas and phony-baloney holidays springs from the same misguided liberal stylishness that brought us the Che Guevara t-shirt. You can even buy art prints of UFW stike posters, perfect gifts for the sandalistas on your Christmas Winter Holiday list.

What's next, Ho Chi Minh Day?
Back in the 1970's, the old feeder was shopping for groceries at a store in an Iowa college town. I was tasting grapes in the produce department when a whispery woman's voice came from behind me saying, "There's blood on those grapes." How was I to know that it was a damned union slogan? I thought she knew something about the grapes that I didn't. I started spitting and left the store with no appetite and no grapes.

1 comment:

  1. What an amazing thing for Nebraska to pay tribute to one of this countries true heros. He stood up for what every man women and child in this country deserves life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And not to leave out his passion for our first amendment right. He never wavered in his beliefs always looking for a nonviolent solution to any problem. He was truely a community servant, never making more then $5000 in any year he worked. Ceasar Chavez you make me proud to be an American-Mexican. Si, se puede!


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