Posted on December 17th, 2008 in Colorado Politics, Fiscal Policy, General, Labor, My Life, National Politics | Written by Ben | No Comments »
I’ve written before about the bad deal for workers if Congress passes the poorly-named Employee Free Choice Act (aka union card-check legislation). But what kind of impact could it have on the economy? In a recent 8-minute iVoices podcast interview, Barbara Comstock of the Workforce Fairness Institute says it’s “more of a threat” than the proposed bailout of the Big 3 auto makers:
As my good friend Joshua Sharf frequently remarks about putting the Democrats in charge:
Progressively more intrusive. Progressively more expensive. Progressively more restrictive.
Sadly, the disease is all over Washington D.C., with no apparent hope for recovery any time soon. Hold on to your hats. And your wallets.
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