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Latest O’Keefe video: Seeking advice from unions on obtaining government funding for hole digging and re-filling service

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By Doug Powers  •  July 18, 2012 12:01 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

James O’Keefe of Project Veritas has a fictional company called Earth Supply and Renewal. What’s the company’s specialty? They dig holes and then fill them back in — a shovel-ready jobs creator if there ever was one! The head of Earth Supply and Renewal recently wanted some advice on obtaining government funding for this important endeavor, so he went to the experts:

O’Keefe’s Project Veritas then takes this newly-created non-existent company – a company dedicated to digging and filling holes – and asks for help from local union bosses to help move subsidies for Earth Supply and Renewal through legislatures. After all, they argue, even if we’re just digging ditches and refilling them on the taxpayer dime, at least we’re creating new union workers.

And, unbelievably, the union bosses are only too happy to help. They couldn’t care less about wasting taxpayer dollars. And that’s precisely what they say.

One of the union bosses even admits that government green jobs are “bulls*#t,” but if they keep people working (and union dues flowing) he says they’re not so bad. The taxpayers who are being milked like dairy cows to pay for them might disagree however:

**Written by Doug Powers

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