Tuesday, June 19, 2012

AFSCME | President McEntee Urges Delegates to Fight On

Gerald W. McEntee, outgoing president of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, June 18 used his last speech to the union he has led for three decades to exhort union members to combat “the anti-government agenda of the Koch brothers,” and their political allies who seek to curtail public sector bargaining rights. In a speech prepared for McEntee's keynote address to AFSCME's national convention, where members will elect a new president, the longtime leader underscored the threat facing public employees around the country, and urged members to fight politicians who seek “to destroy us and to drive a stake through the heart of the American Dream.”

AFSCME | President McEntee Urges Delegates to Fight On

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