Skip to comments.Biden: Labor legislation to pass this year
Posted on 09/07/2009 5:47:45 PM PDT by Nachum
Controversial legislation that would make it easier to organize unions will pass this year, Vice President Joe Biden said today.
Appearing at a Labor Day rally in Pittsburgh, Biden praised the role of unions in building the middle class and said the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) will make it through Congress before the end of the year, the Associated Press reports.
That's a very optimistic timeline, considering that Democrats are already putting all their legislative muscle behind healthcare reform.
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The list, ping
Sounds like a way for the Obama administration to change the subject. Obamacare and Capntax may be dead letters, so try card check (or some other sort of gimmick with the same effect) again. Liberals are nothing if not persistent. Hopefully, the country will eventually wake up and stop electing so many of them.
You know they are desperate when they let Plugs out of his undisclosed location with the muzzle off.
The Americans do not have the votes to stop it.
“PLUGS” Biden didn;t really get his nickname from Hatr Transplants! Those were Brain Plugs taken from aRetarded Monkey the Doctors placed in his Skull! They didn’t want Healthy Plugs to overpower Biden, obviously the retarded Plugs didn;t as WELL..L-)
Nevertheless, odumbo or his buffoons will tell us shortly what he really meant to say
No Card Check...!
The idea that unions built the middle class is preposterous. American small businesses and capitalism built the middle class. The unions built the democrat party and all its corruption!
Yup, Card Check is in the trash can.
......keyboards and nose-launched beer tend to have an unexpected conference..... LOL
Say it ain’t so, Joe! Why don’t you and Zero and your Union loving thugs in Congress kill off a few more businesses and the jobs that will go with them!
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