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Big Labor Keeping An Eye On Their Boy Frank Kratovil

One of the things that fascinates me most about writing for a blog is where your readers come from. One of the analytics packages that Delmarva Dealings subscribes to gives me a nice GoogleMaps mashup with markers of where the last 100 or so readers came from. It’s gratifying to see that you have someone in Lithuania, Ireland, South Africa, or Australia reading what you write from Salisbury, MD. When you see that our service people are checking in from Iraq, Germany, or Afghanistan you feel honored. It’s even more interesting to see where some of your American readers are coming from.

Recently I’ve noticed that I have readers in Pittsburgh. Given that the only person that I know there is the Episcopal Bishop, Bob Duncan (and he’s away at the Lambeth Conference), I was curious as to who might be interested in what I have to say there (Bob sure never shared my politics). The readers are coming from the offices of the United Steelworkers of America.

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Why would a union be interested in what I have to say? They only seem to be interested in what I have to say about Democrat congressional candidate Frank Kratovil. I’ve noticed the same with the NEA and some of the state teachers’ unions; but at least they also read my rants on other education issues.

But wait! I thought Kratovil was a moderate-conservative Democrat? I thought Kratovil was independent? No tool of the special interests he.

Let’s just wait until the next financial disclosure. The next time that Kratovil or his shills in the media mention the Club for Growth (which is money from small, average donors), ask yourself who is diving deep into the liberal, special interest cesspool.

cross posted at Delmarva Dealings






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