But that hardly means that the "Yes On UUT" campaign is above exploiting undocumented and poorly paid day laborers picked up at Memorial Park. There are labor rights, and then there is another utterly exploitative system for those who have been traditionally excluded from of the benefits of our society.
Personally, I doubt the "Yes On UUT" people are paying anything related to Social Security for this work. I suspect that they're paying hardly anything at all.
Here are a couple of pictures of one gentleman out this morning delivering "Yes On UUT" campaign material door to door. He asked that I keep his face out of the pictures, for obvious reasons. I honored that. We're not about victimizing the victims.
Apparently the "Yes On UUT" folks are not quite the friends of the working man they have claimed to be. Either that or none on that campaign deign to do any of the hard work themselves. Probably both.
Let's face it, they're far too posh for that door to door stuff.