Help Wanted: Non-Union Astroturfers to Fight for the Union

In Indiana, a union is looking to hire some protesters for astroturfing. Don’t look for the union label, though.

It’s safe to assume it’s a non-union gig because it only pays 25 cents more than Indiana’s minimum wage.

Non-union protest labor needs to organize in order to be paid a living wage from the people who claim to be fighting for the working man.

Author: Doug Powers

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