You are really too, too stupid, aren't you! My reference to the NRLB is pretty clear, don't you think? And what other items do you take issue with? Any of them? Didn't think so.<quoted text>
Let me do my Joey Biden: LOL!!!
The NLRB has no business telling a private company where it may locate. You probably have no idea what I am referring to, since you are an Obamatronic.
Here's what happened in Congress:
The Republicans unanimously voted to repeal protections to stop health insurance companies from discriminating on the basis of gender.
No minimum wage to give 30 million Americans the same pay workers got back in 1968, adjusted for inflation.
Voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act 33 times. Their hatred for Obamacare is not because they want full Medicare for all. It's because they want to voucherize Medicare and hand patients over to Aetna and Pfizers, et al, who return the favor with campaign cash.
Republicans rage against any attempts to stop the shipping or outsourcing of American jobs to communist and fascist regimes abroad that know how to keep their workers in powerless penury. Why? Because that is what the non-patriotic U.S. global corporations want them to do.
Anything Big Oil wants, it gets retain big subsidies, tax breaks, weaken pollution restrictions, lease everywhere, and even give relief to oil companies when they damaged the Gulf Coast.
Voted to weaken the Clean Air Act, drinking water safety standards, cut funding for these cancer preventing, health protecting programs while pushing for more military weapons and bloated Pentagon budgets.
Republicans went so far as to vote for polluters over children, pregnant women and people who live in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. Republicans voted to block the EPA mercury and air toxics standards that the agency estimated would save 12,000 lives every year and prevent more than one million asthma attacks.
Republicans want to weaken the National Labor Relations Board and labor laws. But when it comes to protecting the lowest tax rates and loopholes for the very wealthy, well that's another story.
While Republicans rail against Obama for not doing anything to lower gas prices, they are voting against measures to regulate oil and gas speculators who drive up gas prices, a fact recognized by the CEO of Exxon a few years ago in a Senate hearing.