The National Education Association is the largest labor union in the United States. It donated 18 million dollars last year to political candidates. And now Obama's SuperPAC is operating out of its headquarters.
The Obama campaign reinvented itself as SuperPAC Organizing for Action to push Obama's agenda while trading donations for access to the guy in the White House. ($500,000 gets you in.)
Organizing for Action's headquarters is located inside the National Education Association building and it is unclear whether the organizing arm of the Chief Executive of the United States government is paying rent to the NEA or whether it's getting the space as a contribution. OFA has refused to answer the question.
The National Education Association is the largest labor union in the United States. It donated 18 million dollars last year to political candidates. By far the largest recipient of that public sector employee money was Barack Hussein Obama. And it has spent another 6 million dollars on lobbying.
Like every other lefty org, the NEA is really a money funnel to the organizational infrastructure of the left, funneling sizable amounts of cash to Media Matters, Jesse Jackson's racial shakedown group, Soros' Democracy Alliance, DailyKos, Netroots Nations and the NAACP.
And now completing the takeover, the political arm of the Chief Executive is operating out of the NEA headquarters making the United States government an actual subsidiary of teachers unions.
It's getting hard to tell the difference between America and Greece.