"Mr. Stern, I have to make water"
After Big Labor Bosses spent over one billion dollars getting Obama elected President, you could be sure that they’d seek a steep return on their investment.
Sure enough, SEIU Top Boss Andy Stern is the White House's most frequent visitor. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis's last job was at Big Labor-front group American Rights at Work. And union bosses get top billing at high-profile Administration events.
To commemorate the union bosses' newfound friendliness with top White House politicos, *National Right To Work put together a short video on the Obama Administration's relationship with Big Labor:
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Obama was able to usurp the office he holds only by way of "Special interests, large groups and foreign entities."
Obama is putting the pieces into place to crush every worker and every business in America under the weight of more forced unionism.
Last year, President Obama announced his intention to nominate SEIU and AFL-CIO union lawyer Craig Becker – a forced unionism extremist – to the National Labor Relations Board.
Becker’s views on the secret ballot, card check, and other key labor issues are even more radical than even a typical union boss apologist.
And after Becker refused to answer questions about his radical views, the Senate returned his nomination to the White House to reconsider – but President Obama is so determined to impose more forced unionism by any means necessary, he again nominated Becker last month.
Tomorrow, the Senate labor committee will hold hearings on Becker’s nomination, and it’s vital you and I keep applying the pressure.
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