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CDR: Trumkanosis

Trumkanosis, also called trumkanellosis, or trumkaniasis, is an economic parasitic disease caused by the ingestion of raw or undercooked benefit pork with the larvae of a species of roundworm Trumkanella spiralis. Trumkanella spiralis can be found in both private and public sector labor agreements. It is often benign, but the organism can grow and multiply uncontrollably within a corporate host or Hostess, eventually invading muscle tissues and organs, including the heart and brain. Symptoms include balance sheet discomfort, revenue cramping, market weakness and expense diarrhea. Left untreated bankruptcy or liquidation can ensue. Legislative treatment may cause adverse side effects in individuals, including dementia, emotional imbalance and so-called wage-rage.

Also see AFL-CIO, UAW, SEIU, IBEW, American Federation of Teachers, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Scott Walker, Mitch Daniels, Richard Snyder


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