Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day
September 6, 2010 by Post Team
Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day, Just days after thousands of people leading a march celebrating Sacramento woman’s right to vote, and denouncing those politicians that dishonor, the California Nurses Association / National today announced that the United Nurses Labour Party celebrations days throughout the state have two Queen Princess Meg and Carly, the two satirical lampooning Republican candidates for governor and senator.
The two characters in the dual roles against former directors general appointed by the Republican Party will meet and entertain workers at a breakfast in Los Angeles, a parade of near Long Beach, and a picnic at the Alameda, the latest developments in what will be a busy fall elections. The real Republican candidate, Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina, is expected to remain separated from actual voters and the media that day, as they have done throughout the campaign.
Entertain Queen Meg Workers During the State’s Labor Day festivities Monday, September 6
When / Where:
7:30 am, breakfast at the Labor Day, the Cathedral of Los Angeles, 555 West Temple, LA
When / Where:
10:00 am, the Port Labor Day Parade, begins Prohibition Park, 131 Eubank Ave., Wilmington
When / Where:
3:00 pm, Alameda Labor Day Picnic, MLK Shoreline Park, 7250 Doolittle Dr., Oakland
“There is much at stake for Californians this election. Do you really want to give even more power over Wall Street people who have done so much damage to our communities? Nurses who attend the courage, compassion, and community, why we are leading the fight to stop Whitman, Fiorina, and its values of Wall Street, “said Malinda Markowitz, RN, co-president of the CNA / NNU.
Princess Carly continue his quest to introduce his alter ego, Carly Fiorina, a certificate indicating the recent award of names of the 20 worst presidents in history. HP has lost 60 percent of its value during his tenure, and 28,000 workers were laid off, for which he was dismissed, and moving away with $ 100 million in compensation.
Queen Meg, an icon of the election this year in California, has become an irritant for the Whitman campaign with its sharp satire of an off-the-touch monarch, who responded by declaring an unprecedented war against the state nurses.
Among the many similarities of these two candidates is the former director general lack of concern that have been shown to voting and civic participation of women in their adult lives, until the opportunity to vote for themselves. Fiorina has voted in only five of 18 elections since 2000, missing details about Whitman describes himself as “appalling” record, which can be even worse.
California Nurses Association
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