Indeed.

And you know the Chicago Teachers Union strike isn’t For the Children™ when some of the most vocal pledges of “solidarity” come from the Occupy Movement.

It’s part of a “global rising tide,” natch.

Occupiers across the country are crawling out of their tents (and their parents’ basements) to support Chicago teachers in their oh-so-righteous struggle for the children. If by “children,” you mean 30 percent raises. Right now, the average salary for a nine-month teaching position is $76,000, not including benefits.

Occupy Wall Street is planning a solidarity march in New York City’s Union Square.

Will the NYC Occupiers bring their rape tents?

https://twitter.com/SoulByMax/status/245021773979082752

Know what’s missing from these tweets? The words “children,” “kids,” and “students.” Except when they can be used as props for the labor movement and the progressive agenda: