April 26, 2011

N.L.R.B. sues states that oppose card check

It's bad enough that The Messiah and his National Labor Relations Board is threatening Boeing if they don't build their latest airliner in a union-friendly state; now they're suing two states because they've passed constitutional amendments banning the ridiculous process known as "card check":

On the heels of President Obama’s union-controlled National Labor Relations Board complaint telling the Boeing Company where it should locate its second 787 assembly plant, the NLRB has now decided to sue two out of the four states where voters audaciously passed constitutional amendments last fall requiring secret-ballot elections on unionization. Previously, the NLRB had threatened to sue all four states. However, those plans were delayed for a period of time as compromise talks began. However, those talks broke down when the NRLB wanted the talks to be conducted in secret. Now, the NLRB in an effort to save money, has announced it would be suing two states–Arizona and South Dakota–to invalidate their constitutional amendments.

Gotta love that -- they sue states because said states want a secret ballot for union votes ... but they wanted talks about it all conducted in secret. 'Ya can't make this up.

The good thing is, all four states' Attorneys General will vigorously defend their states against this inanity.

Posted by Hube at April 26, 2011 10:02 AM | TrackBack

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The NLRB is another federal agency that should be defunded, along with the FDA and the EPA, to name just a few. Republicans should just say flat out, unless those agencies are completely cut out, there will be no budget, and they should stick to it. The whole thing is going to crash and burn all to hell anyway, might as well get it over with.

Posted by: ThePaganTemple at April 26, 2011 10:47 AM

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