Monday, September 04, 2017

Kansas City Labor Day 2017 Highlights

Public radio roundup of today's union protest through Midtown. Take a look:

Several Hundred Kansas City Demonstrators March To Reclaim 'True Meaning Of Labor Day'

Several hundred Kansas City-area fast-food workers, along with members of labor unions, clergy and their supporters, started Labor Day with an early morning rally on the grassy lawn at 33rd and Southwest Trafficway, stressing their demand for $15 an hour and union rights.


Anonymous said...

UP KC? How about up your ASS. That fat one does't look like she's missing any meals!

Anonymous said...

Apparently the irony of having their "demonstration" within spitting distance of a campus of the community college was lost on them.
And as usual, Cleaver's performance and cynicism of taking advantage of these folks was truly deplorable.
These endless marches became background noise many months ago.

Anonymous said...

Beware lefty's who you dance with.

Anonymous said...

Gotta love a bunch of pandering entitlement moochers touting how they are gonna reclaim the meaning of labor day. I'm surprised they haven't defined labor as a RAYSHITZ term.