An Injury One Is An Injury To All? (Apparently, not to today's shameless union bosses.)
Now that Barack Obama’s union appointees at National Labor Relations Board have been found to be unconstitutionally appointed by two Circuit Courts of Appeal, union bosses are apoplectic at the possibility that the NLRB will be effectively shut down in August when union attorney Mark Pearce’s term as Chairman of the NLRB expires. As a result of the potential NLRB shut down, union bosses have launched a full court press to push the “need” for having a functioning NLRB, despite the fact they wanted the NLRB shut down only a few years ago. Back in 2007, AFL-CIO organizing director Stewart Acuff wrote in the Daily Kos:
During the week of November 15, thousands of union members and their allies marched, rallied, handbilled, phoned in, did street theater, and otherwise raised hell at the offices of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in more than 20 cities across the the United States. One thousand people rallied at the AFL-CIO headquarters in Washington, DC on November 15 and marched to the National Labor headquarters of the NLRB where they rallied again and demanded that the Labor Board be closed for renovations until a new governing board could be appointed by a new President.
Now that the shoe is on the other foot, union bosses are demanding that the NLRB stay open for business…..To Read More….