Profit = ‘corporate greed’

AT&T actually made a profit last year, which means they’re guilty of “corporate greed,” according to the Communications Workers of America union:

Thursday, union leaders delivered a petition with 3,500 names on it declaring “corporate greed” and calling on the company to settle on a fair labor agreement.

The very fact that AT&T is profitable is cited by CWA as evidence of the company’s evil. As I wrote at The American Spectator:

CWA’s political action committee collected $7.6 million in the 2008 election cycle, and 98% of its contributions went to Democrats. But only profitable corporations — not unions or Democrats — are ever guilty of “greed.”

Read the whole thing.

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