Debt Ceiling Used to Cover Gift Giving to Big Labor

Debt Ceiling Used to Cover Gift Giving to Big Labor

President Obama is back to his old sleight of hand (See blog In Egypt’s Shadow.). This time, however, it is to cover for The Department of Labor’s Latest Attempt to promulgate regulations aiding big labor’s corporate campaign initiatives and the National Labor Relations Board’s attempt to shorten election time periods and achieve “card check” through regulatory action (see Corporate Campaigns: Vehicle to Forced Unionism and Political Payback, National Labor Relations Board or NBLR – National Big Labor Resuscitation and Card Check through Regulation vs. Legislation). This President is indebted to the unions and understands he must have their support to be re-elected in 2012.

Accordingly, he is using the debt crisis to divert media attention away from hearings being conducted this week by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and Department of Labor (DOL) on new rules/regulations that, if put in place, will mean A Death Penalty for Employees and Employers.  Unfortunately, these hearings are no more than charades. The critical parts of these regulations necessary to allow big labor to prosecute successful corporate campaigns expeditiously will no doubt be implemented in order to secure big labor’s 2012 election donations, foot soldier support, and to ultimately secure President Obama’s election and Rule by Fiat.

The intent is to divert news coverage away so big labor paybacks slip in under the media radar. Americans: Beware of Rogue NLRB, wake up and call upon Congress to stop this intentional destruction of the free market system. Do you believe the timing is all coincidence?

About the author: David A. Bego is the President and CEO of EMS, an industry leader in the field of environmental workplace maintenance, employing nearly 5000 workers in thirty-three states. Bego is the author of “The Devil at My Doorstep,” based on his experiences fighting back against one of the most powerful unions in existence today.

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