Skip to comments.Obama nominates three to labor board
Posted on 01/04/2012 12:44:27 PM PST by ColdOne
Following on the news of an unprecedented recess appointment of Richard Cordray, President Obama announced today that he will also appoint Sharon Block, Terence Flynn and Richard Griffin to the National Labor Relations Board. The move is in defiance of the entire Senate Republican caucus, who
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Can’t the House GOP cut off all funds to the NLRB in protest at this?
There might be a bit of a silver lining, at least with Cordray. He will leave his job as AG in Ohio to join the community organizer who will be leaving in a year and than Cordray will be looking for a job and the people of Ohio may end up better off with him gone.
More liberties flushed away each day this monster is in office. Silence from republicans...
Is there anyone in Washington that cares about this country any longer?
We are wasting a lot of manoey paying salaries and keeping staffs for a Congress that is not needed.
Obama makes his own laws, appoint his own people, does as he likes.
Why do we even need a third branch of Government. While we are at it lets let Obama do the work of the Supreme Court too, then we could save money by on shutting that down.
It’s good to be King /s/
The agency is known as the National Labor Relations Board, but it is actually the National Union Labor Relations Board and has been for most of my life. This is one agency that could be eliminated and no one would know the difference except there would be federal dollars saved.
Boehner top three priorities:
golf,selecting a good merlot,dreaming of Biden’s wife.
And after the Federal Reserve, it may be the most destructive governmental agency ever created. Even more so than the EPA and Dept. of Edumacation.
The house GOP doesn't have the testicles to cut their own finger nails.
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