From CNN: Demint explains early support for "Romney-care."
Demint out to kill medicare.
|Toledo Autolite strike of 1934. A year later Congress passed the National Labor Relations Act. Today, Jim Demint and anti-NLRB conservatives want to return to the days when labor conflicts were often fought out on the streets and union and non-union workers had no legal protections.|
As we shall show in a forthcoming post, the NLRB was just doing its job and Jim Demint is swiftboating the NLRB to justify destroying the rights and protections the law currently gives both union and non-union American workers through the NLRA
Here's what Senator Demint said in his request:
CONGRESSIONAL CLOUT COMPARISON: LABOR VS. MANAGEMENT“The public facts surrounding the complaint raise serious questions about the interpretation of the National Labor Relations Act upon which it is based, to say nothing of the troubling appearance of partisan, special interest politics at its heart,” Source:
|Boeing Assembly Plant in Everett Washington. Will the National Labor Relations Board and the Courts permit moving 1,000 union jobs to "right to work" South Carolina? Photo: Getty Images-Stephen Brashear|
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is calling Boeing's planned move of 1,000 union aircraft assembly jobs from Seattle to South Carolina illegal. The claim the company is retaliating against its Puget Sound, unionized employees for exercising their legal right to strike. The issue has become a Republican cause celebre and is expected to become a major issue in the upcoming 2012 Presidential elections.