As the Occupy movement springs back to life on “May Day” to bring the plight of the “99 percent” to the attention of, well, the “99 percent,” some labor unions are doing their part, even paying Twitter to trend an anti-corporate hashtag.
Sit back for a minute and soak in all the levels or irony: a union paid in excess off $100,000 for a hashtag decrying “corporate greed” and posted it to a network that can only be accessed via a computer, phone, iPad, and the like.
Of course, without missing a beat, the conservative Twittersphere unleashed an unforgiving barrage of snark:
This story has been updated.
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