There’s no test of American wills more important than this one.

Nikki Haley, Governor of South Carolina, unloads beautifully on the Administration here.  But it’s going to take more than that.  We’ll have to physically kick a lot of unions asses to win.

Don’t worry, I’m not proposing we attack them.  But they’ll try to union goon us, assuming we all join in with Nikki.  And the fighting will be the short, easy part, excepting that innocent people will be hurt or killed. 

The NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) has forbidden Boeing to manufacture its new 787 airplane at its new plant in “right-to-work” South Carolina.  It somehow neglected to forbid production at Boeing’s unionized Washington plant.  So the Fed is infringing on a state at the behest of individuals in another state.

This cannot be permitted to stand.  One state has no right to dictate another state’s practice, they have no right to use the federal government as a weapon against that state, and the federal government has no right being involved in the first place.

You may not agree with me that the NLRB itself, like most federal agencies, is unconstitutional.  When it comes to Federal scope and power, “that which is not mandated is forbidden.”  Very few people share that belief.  But even if you think the Fed should have the power for stunts like this, have you thought it through?

Should American union members be allowed to inflict economic injury to Americans in other states?

Fine, but let’s cut to the chase.  Might makes right, I get it.  So let’s just get it over with as soon as possible.  Unions versus America.  Yes, that’s right, only one side gets to fight as Americans and it’s not the ones doing economic terrorism to their American neighbors.  So this will be the American/Union Jackoff War.

Seriously, bring it on, you spoiled whiny thumbsuckers.  Union goons are always union goons, but at least back in the day they were men about it.  Did the fighting themselves instead of just cowering behind lawyers.  Anyway, when the fighting actually starts we’ll probably be dealing mostly with non-union temps.  They’ll fight the same way they picket, these days; by hiring cheap non-union help.

21st Century unions.  Aren’t they just…soooooo…butch?

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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7 Responses to There’s no test of American wills more important than this one.

  1. Mountainbear says:

    The last time I was member of a union was in 2001. Then the company I worked at went under and the union abandoned us employees. We had to fight for our money ourselves, the union did nothing.

    Since then I’m no longer joining unions. They happily take your money, but when you really need them, they piss on you.

    And I think it’s a scandal that some government minions are tryting to tell a privately owned company where it can build its goods. It’s like the friggin’ USSR.

    • wormme says:

      The Tea Parties were unexpected, and so is this sudden public pushback against spoiled unions. But we’re still a few hundred pleasant surprises away from “Morning in America”. The productive European nations will probably be free from subsidizing the spendthrift ones before we get clear of ours.

      • Mountainbear says:

        I think we’ll go down, pretty badly. At least, we’ll go down as long as we listen to the EU and have the Euro.

        But here is the problem. The politicians defending the EU and the Euro are also the ones bribing “the people” with all the nice things in the welfare state.

        Hitler once said “the large mass of people is blind and stupid”. He was right.

  2. angiest says:

    Economic Co-ordinator Wesley Mouch will also levy a special tax against right to work states.

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