In the public sector, most union members are Michael Moore worshipping leftists. In the private sector, most union members think of themselves as more conservative or at least moderate thinking people who like hunting, believe in God and resent government entities dictating too much of their social lives.
Well, you can't have it both ways. Yet that is exactly what the labor unions have done. By going after both the public sector and the private sector of American workers, organized labor has shown that they really don't give a rat's behind about the individual beliefs of the American worker.
Most private sector union workers are disgusted by Michael Moore and what he stands for, yet they are now expected to support what Communist leaning persons such as Michael Moore have to say because of the "brotherhood". All of a sudden, blue collar workers who like to hunt, bowl and collect firearms are having to realize that they are also being associated with homosexuals, pediphiles and extreme leftist public sector workers who want to take all guns away from all American citizens and shun anyone who would ever wear bowling shoes or camo clothing.
Can these two extremes representing organized labor come together in harmony? Will bowling be successfully replaced with polo and designer camo clothing become fashionable in both social worlds?