"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Obama says US companies need freedom to relocate but calls NLRB an Independent Agency

The NLRB an independent agency?  Excuse me but did the President forget who makes the appointments to the NLRB as he tries to prevent political fallout to his campaign from their decision to sue Boeing?  Is Obama hard up for donations from the aerospace community that heavily supported him the last time.  You betcha!
Obama says the case was brought by an independent agency and a judge would decide the facts.
Let's get the facts, the NLRB Commissioners are appointed by the President and hire attorneys who become Government employees and Obama wants all of us to believe they do what they want without his oversight.  He also seems very happy to on one hand say that companies should be able to locate where they want and on the hand it is fine for the NLRB to sue and take them to court when they do just that.

Obama needs to do his job as President and stop playing politics with every last item.  He holds a fundraiser in the White House and then wants us to believe it only cost $60 and was not really a fundraiser when it was.  Does he ever just tell the truth?  Obama uses a lot of spin if it benefits him politically?

This time Obama threw the NLRB members under the bus before he pulled them and said they had a right to sue and the judge will decide the facts while it is costing Boeing mega bucks.  Yet he expects Boeing to get right in line with their donations?  How dumb does he think that Boeing's board is going to be after the way they have been by Obama's NLRB?
Obama says US companies need freedom to relocateWednesday, June 29, 2011
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says it would defy common sense for Boeing Co. to have to shut down a new aircraft plant or lay off workers as a result of a labor dispute with the government. 
Obama says companies need to have the freedom to relocate work, though they must follow the law when doing so. 
The president was responding to a question about a lawsuit filed by the National Labor Relations Board against Boeing, accusing the aerospace company of illegally retaliating against its unionized work force in Washington state by opening a new production line for its 787 airplane in South Carolina, a right-to-work state. 
Obama says the case was brought by an independent agency and a judge would decide the facts. 
Source:  CNSNEWS.com

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