Here’s what business columnist Steven Pearlstein had to say about the National Association of Manufacturers in today’s Washington Post:
Their relentless crusade against taxes and regulation has damaged financial markets, weakened the economy, poisoned the political atmosphere and eliminated any possibility of effectively representing their members’ interest with a Democratic Congress or White House.
A relentless crusade against taxes and regulation? We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Unlike Pearlstein we believe that those two things will damage financial markets, weaken the economy and hurt employers and employees alike. And you can expect the NAM to continue that crusade — regardless of who controls the Congress or the White House. Why? Because that is exactly how we effectively represent our members’ interest.
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