St. Ronnie Inducted into Labor Hall of Fame


Eiron, the goddess of Irony, laughed so hard she farted:

“For seven terms, Ronald Reagan served as president of the Screen Actors Guild of America, where he negotiated groundbreaking contracts providing fair payments, health insurance, and pension benefits to members.

“As the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan took bold action to increase opportunity for the American workforce. President Reagan expressed his thoughts on the American workforce in his first Inaugural Address when he spoke of workers as “heroes.”

“Throughout his career, President Reagan worked to expand freedom for Americans and for those living abroad under repressive communist regimes that curbed the right to belong to a free trade union.

“President Reagan’s enduring dream was one of Americans living in harmony in a “shining city on a hill.” His legacy is one of hard work, spreading liberty, and principled leadership.”

There is no shame in The Fourth Reich.

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5 Responses to St. Ronnie Inducted into Labor Hall of Fame

  1. roket says:

    This should go over well.


  2. And in related news, Cooperstown has announced plans to induct Arnold Rothstein into the MLB Hall of Fame, righting a long-simmering wrong. The ban on Pete Rose, however was upheld as he was actually once a good player, and did nothing to wreck the sport.


  3. Bruce388 says:

    220 dead Marines in a dumbass mission in Lebanon, you say? Time to liberate Grenada! Strike up the band! Walking Tall!


  4. purplehead says:

    That Eiron, she full of beans.


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