Employee Free Choice Act, Dems’ Next Fraud

The name of the bill sounds good, but it is exactly the opposite of its namesake. H.R. 800 is designed for the purpose of helping labor unions (the democrats’ largest contributing block) to organize. As if labor unions don’t already have a right to organize. They do and have had that right for decades.

The reality is that union membership is dwindling because workers are, more and more, voting NO to unionizing their workplace. The synergy between Big Labor and the Democratic party is showing its ugly head, and it is the workers, employers, and consumers that will pay the price if this bill actually becomes law. The bill would eliminate voting by private ballot. Put another way, democrats really don’t want a democratic process when it comes to voting about whether or not to start a union in their workplace. They don’t want a confidential ballot. They fear a confidential ballot. The mis-named bill is actually an Employee No Choice Act, but you won’t find this interpretation in the MSM. The left is claiming that the White House is against workers’ rights, when actually it is workers’ rights that they wish to protect.

Big Labor is expecting to get a return on their investment (campaign contributions) that finance the democrats’ elections. In private industry it would be called an investment, but in politics it is more accurately referred to as a quid pro quo. Substitute the word ‘unions’ for ‘workers’ and you see just who the democrat lawmakers choose to represent.

Anti-War Dems Revise The Revision

On the verge of kicking and screaming, Democrat leaders revise their opposition to the commander-in-chief, for the third time in a week.

House Democratic leaders are developing an anti-war proposal that wouldn’t cut off money for U.S. troops in Iraq but would require President Bush to acknowledge problems with an overburdened military.

Time for a flash poll.  All those who are happy with the war raise your hand!  I don’t see any hands.

OK, so war isn’t a fun thing to do.  Like it or not, the Islamic terrorists have declared war on us and on the rest of the world that does not share their insane views of world domination of Islam.  For them, this is a religious war.

Today, March 1, 2007, Democrat party leaders now feel it is more important to get the President to say, to admit, that there are problems with the war rather than get together to win it.  To expect a war to be without problems is to be in some alternate reality like the Twilight Zone. But that is the Democratic Party today. But what is worse than that, is how much more dangerous a place this country and the world will be by inaction or retreat in this war.

Feb 23, 2007, Feb 27, 2007