Waving signs denouncing bank "greed," hordes of invaders poured out of 14 school buses, up Baer's steps, and onto his front porch. As bullhorns rattled with stories of debtor calls and foreclosed homes, Baer's teenage son Jack -- alone in the house -- locked himself in the bathroom. "When are they going to leave?" Jack pleaded when I called to check on him.
Montgomery County Police, who responded after an HOUR...did nothing. This was nothing but a blind attempt by SEIU to intimidate an organization that they owe some...
Complicating this picture is the fact that BofA is the union's lender of choice -- and SEIU, suffering financially, owes the bank nearly $4 million in interest and fees. SEIU has said it wants to organize bank tellers and call centers -- and its critics point out that a great way to worsen employee morale, thereby making workers more susceptible to union calls, is to batter a bank's image through protest.More importantly, BoA is the lender most often chosen by SEIU to fund it's facist methods.
By the end of 2008, SEIU owed more than $156 Million in total outstanding liabilities. Only six years prior, its liabilities were $8 Million. And we’re not even addressing their debts to other banks, like $15 Million with Amalgamated Bank.
So what is billed as an attempt to "protest a bank foreclosing on debtors" is in reality a bald action to intimidate the very bank to whom the union owes millions to. Big Government's Liberty Chick says best, that,
"Perhaps all that campaigning for President Obama has emboldened the union to think that they deserve a free pass on their debts to Bank of America, and encouraged them to employ their usual thuggish shakedown tactics."
Now, what would you do if a mob descended upon your house, and your teenaged child as inside alone. I'd be tempted to use my 2nd Amendment right to bare arms...and shoot as many as I could...because 500 people on your front lawn is a hell of a lot of people. I'd be angry as hell the Montgomery County Police did NOT A DAMN THING!