Not the Commissioner of Organized Labor, Dude

While an Occupy Oklahoma City protest rages on indefinitely, union members protested outside my former neighbor's downtown office in OKC. (Fun times, eh, Mr. Costello?) Here's the article, and here's the money quote, courtesy of Ed Allen (pictured, right), president of the Oklahoma City American Federation of Teachers:

“I wish our labor commissioner would read his job description because he is the commissioner for labor, not for commerce. He ought to be working for us, not for other entities.”

One of Commissioner Costello's mandates is to 'advance opportunities of wage earners for profitable employment.' He, contrary to Mr. Allen's twisted opinion, was not elected to be the bagman for union bosses.

Update: The video, the video ...

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