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Obama’s Labor Board Pushes Manufacturing Jobs Overseas

Panda Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 5:30 AM
Dozens of nations are lining up, begging wealthy Americans to move money overseas for job creation. Meanwhile, in America... ...Labor costs are far higher. ...EPA oversight is suffocating. ...You must jump through endless hoops to fire bad employees. ...The corporate tax rate is the world's highest. ...You're sued from all directions for anything. ...You're punished for building in Right To Work states. ...You must listen to Leftists tout our cleaner, lower-crime society, leaving out that YOU ARE FUNDING IT FOR THEM. ...Should you still succeed, your president is raising your taxes. Why would any wealthy person keep their job-creating investment capital here? It's insane! Who can blame them for leaving?
Joseph64 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 8:23 AM
That's what the left does not realize. They still think we are back in the 1950's where the economies of Europe and Asia were still recovering from the second World War and the United States was pretty much the only place investors had to park their money. The prosperity of the 1950's will never return unless something is done to make America more competitive with the rest of the world and labor unions, regulations, and taxes are making us less competitive and the investment money is going elsewhere. We can no longer have the attitude that we are the only game in town, because we are not. We must now compete with other nations for investors money.
If you are wondering why American manufacturing jobs are going overseas and not coming back, look no further than President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB recently told a U.S. Court of Appeals that employers’ concerns that a multiplicity of small bargaining units will cripple their operations are “irrelevant” under U.S. labor law.

The Board’s position was put forward by Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon in a disturbing brief to the Fourth Circuit. It was filed to defend the Obama Board’s highly controversial decision, Specialty Healthcare, which jettisoned 76 years of Board law. The decision authorized unions in...