Writing over at Politics West, my Independence Institute colleague Jessica Corry ((no, we didn’t collaborate) calls out Gov. Bill Ritter’s plea for business and labor to get along as one-sided and politically motivated:
A battle over labor issues could cost Ritter and the Democratic Party serious political capital. And with national Democrats coming to Denver this August for their national convention, the last thing Ritter needs is an extremist union agenda to impede his party’s effort to appeal to moderate small- and medium-sized business owners.
It’s no surprise really then that Ritter is being ignored.
Cross posted at Ritter Watch