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Politics & Pop Culture from a homocon.
Do Unions Want to be Hated?
May 10, 2011Posted by on
I don’t hate unions. They once served a gallant purpose. But labor bosses today are pushing me into that direction.
The way they demonize anyone who even thinks about not supporting them. The way they bully businesses – especially small business into supporting their cause makes me want to say “to hell with all of ‘em!”
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is doing their bidding. Take the Boeing/South Carolina issue as an example. The NLRB is suing the move because they say it is unlawful to transfer work to a non-union factory. But the work in question is for new work. No current union employee is losing work or being laid off or fired.
By its own admission, it lays out why this claim is completely bogus. The follow is from an NLRB news release.
“Boeing announced in 2007 that it planned to assemble seven 787 Dreamliner airplanes per month in the Puget Sound area of Washington state, where its employees have long been represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The company later said that it would create a second production line to assemble an additional three planes a month to address a growing backlog of orders. In October 2009, Boeing announced that it would locate that second line at the non-union facility.”
Now, the NLRB is planning lawsuits against the states of Arizona and South Dakota for… wait for it… for secret ballot provisions in those respective states.
So secret ballots are illegal now? I wonder how that would stand up against the voting laws of the Civil Rights Act.