Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Obama v. Big Labor. This Won't End Well

We mentioned that Hewitt thought the '12 election would be a "forty-State landslide".

(Assuming, of course.......well, you know.)

It's notable that Big Labor is speaking out--clearly--about Obozo's policies.

...The latest to take notice is the Communications Workers of America union. It reported last month that AT&T's $39 billion bid for T-mobile would have brought 5,000 quality jobs back from overseas and created "as many as 96,000 additional quality jobs in the build-out of high-speed wireless broadband."

Instead, AT&T this week decided to spike its acquisition plans after Obama's Justice Department sued and his Federal Communications Commission came out against it,...

The editorial also mentions the IAMAW's unhappiness over Obozo's 'corporate jets' remarks and the Laborer's International slamming of his GreenGoddess-inspired attempted murder of Keystone XL.

You can bet that the Mineworkers are very unhappy about his war on coal, too--but they can't speak out about it because their ex-President--now the Big Kahoona of the AFL-CIO--has a reputation for silencing opposition the old-fashioned way.

HT: PowerLine

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