Skip to comments.Nikki Haley Responds to the NLRB’s Mandate to Post Union Notices
Posted on 08/27/2011 11:34:01 AM PDT by MontaniSemperLiberi
On the news that the job-destroying National Labor Relations Board is mandating employers in all 50 states to post notices advising employees of their rights to unionize (and destroy more jobs), South Carolinas Governor Nikki Haley posted the following response on her Facebook page:
Right next to that sign that is being mandated by Barack Obamas union cheerleaders at the NLRB, I encourage all S.C. employers to put up another sign: in our state, every worker has the freedom to reject the efforts to form unions and keep their paychecks for themselves and their families instead of paying dues to union bosses in Washington.
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Let’s all thank the Supreme Court, that in 1937 affirmed Congress’s right to create the NLRB. They have been a thorn ever since.
Yeah! Tell it.
If the GOP is once again the “stoopid party” and we fail to win tghe WSH next year, Haley will immediate become one of the faves for 2016...
If the union can threaten, so should the employer be able to tell their employees what can happen should they unionize and how their dues money will be ill spent....sic ‘em Nikki!
That's the sign that should be posted next to NLRB's poster.
I never realized until recently that the Supreme Court had in one case found the NLRB unconstitutional but the Court later overturned that decision in another case. I think it is still unconstitutional but Obama is unconstitutional, too.
Just post a photo of Hitler next to the NLRB mandated notice, and leave it at that.
What authority does the NLRB have over employers who are in engaged in interstate commerce? The “right” to collective bargaining is not a guaranteed right by the Constitution in fact the first amendment gives one the right to associate with whom they desire.
So, when is Boeing going to ignore the NLRB and open that plant anyway?