Sunday, February 27, 2011

Spotted: Pitzer Professor/Activist Jose Calderon at Los Angeles Union Rally


Yet another academic response from Pitzer "professor" Jose Calderon. If his name sounds familiar, it ought to. He was behind the Karl Rove protests that vandalized Claremont's fountains.
Here Calderon is spotted at a union rally in Los Angeles on Sunday. You can watch a slide show of pictures here, but viewer discretion is advised. Some of them are NSFW. 
Protest organizer Jose Calderon, a professor at Pitzer College in Claremont, said corporations’ threats to lay off more workers if forced to pay them union wages is just that: a threat. 
“That’s a big lie that they used in the past to divide (workers) to continue to use our backs to make their profits,” he said.
What an academic analysis, professor! 
Could it be that the country just doesn't have the money to continue giving massive benefits to public sector workers? Naw, it's got to be the "corporations"!  I mean who would want to hurt such nice people? Right? 

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"He was behind the Karl Rove protests that vandalized Claremont's fountains."

That's a complete lie; you know that. But what's funny is the last time you posted on Calderon you were lying withing the first couple of sentences there as well.

You've also been called on your Calderon lies before when that nut-job from the Mountain Valley Republican's or whatever was going around telling people Calderon was giving extra credit to students who protested the minutemen.

Anonymous said...

Evidence that CJ is lying?

Nah... we don't need no stinkin' evidence. He quoted the Mountain Valley Republican coordinator about Jose Calderon offering academic credit; Calderon said himself that he was behind it.

Anonymous said...

"He quoted the Mountain Valley Republican coordinator about Jose Calderon offering academic credit; Calderon said himself that he was behind it."

The president of Mt. Valley, when asked about the statement admitted it was completely manufactured by one of their members who "held animosity toward the colleges."

CJ even published the statement himself.

swilli01 said...

This is satire, right? Great stuff!