CHICAGO - Last week, Wisconsin's union busting governor came to Chicago. Labor, community and Occupy Chicago reminded him this city is a union town. Scott Walker was speaking at a 1-percenters Union League Club breakfast at their fancy clubhouse in Chicago's South Loop. The Chicago Union Club is 125 years old and has always been a center for the corporate elite and the rich.
The Chicago Teachers union and a group of Wisconsin trade unionists bought tickets and filled six tables for the event. Dressed up for the occasion and disguised as supporters of the 1 percent, they interrupted Walker when he began his speech with chants of "union busting is disgusting."
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