Sure, union bosses go around blasting companies — and then turn around and act like them. It may not be new, but it’s still galling and still worth pointing out. So many thanks to Dr. Peter Schweizer for his work demonstrating that “Big unions are morphing into the kinds of big businesses and banks they decry, hawking to their members everything from high interest credit cards to home loans.”
To add to the discussion, we’ve turned Dr. Schweizer’s research into a graphic visualization. Please enjoy — and share!
Also, see our thoughts over at The American Thinker, where we ask: “The bottom line on this credit canard: While we may owe Schweizer a debt of gratitude, it may be worth pondering just who will be collecting if a borrower runs behind on his bills.”