Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has been rock solid in his opposition to the Orwellian-named Employee Free Choice Act, and in an Investor’s Business Daily column he explains the partisan and political nature of the debate.
Right after opening the new Congress in January, the Senate’s Democratic Leadership introduced a bill that neatly outlined the thrust of U.S. Democracy-building efforts abroad:
“It should be the policy of the United States,” the bill said, ” …to use instruments of United States influence to support, promote, and strengthen democratic principles, practices, and values, including the right to free, fair, and open elections, secret balloting, and universal suffrage.”
Now that Democrats are poised to eliminate secret ballots from the workplace, Americans are right to ask a simple question: “Huh?”
Read the whole thing.
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