Saturday, February 6, 2010

A Vote for Becker is a Vote for EFCA - Card Check Without a Vote by Congress

Card Check may or not be dead on arrival in Congress, but a round-about can be accomplished with the nomination of Becker to the National Labor Relations Board. Hopefully Scott Brown's entrance on the Senate scene will enable the Republican minority to block the nomination of this radical leftist.

Excerpt: By any objective or reasonable standard, Craig Becker is a labor radical who would force unionization on Americans. The result of Becker’s actions would be billions of additional dollars in increased union dues flowing to his superiors at the SEIU and AFL-CIO. And in return, Members of Congress doing Big Labor’s bidding would be rewarded with campaign contributions and other political gifts.

Needless to say, Becker is a chief advocate for the job-killing Employee ‘Forced’ Choice Act (EFCA). He would say and do just about anything to have the opportunity to impose through NLRB action some of the worst components of EFCA, like the elimination of the secret ballot in organizing elections and allowing government arbitrators to mandate contract terms on employers and employees alike without their consent. The result of these actions would be as many as 600,000 lost jobs with small businesses across the country closing their doors or moving overseas.

A Vote for Becker is a Vote for EFCA

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