Skip to comments.Joe Wilson: NLRB Driving Businesses to Right To Work States to Avoid 'Roach Motels'
Posted on 09/26/2011 2:45:30 PM PDT by Nachum
During Thursdays House Education & Workforce hearing, U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) described the National Labor Relations Boards (NLRB) actions as creating a hostile environment for business. Wilson claimed that the pro-Big Labor Obama NLRB created an unintended consequence for Big Labor. Rep. Wilson said that the NLRBs actions have turned the 28 force-unionism states into ''Roach Motels'' that will trap employers with the help of the NLRB, and prevent them from ever leaving or expanding outside these states borders. Wilson said that the NLRB actions translate into only one option for employers if they are going to locate in
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poor choice of metaphor
“Rep. Wilson said that the NLRBs actions have turned the 28 force-unionism states into ‘’Roach Motels’’ that will trap employers with the help of the NLRB, and prevent them from ever leaving or expanding outside these states borders.”
Blue states=Roach Motels.Great analogy. Plants check in but they don’t check out.
I think it’s a good metaphor. Once you enter, you can’t leave and the union kills your company? Seems pretty apt to me.
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Love that Joe (You Lie) Wilson. He picks just the right words in every instance.