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Uncle Bill
11-14-2012, 04:11 PM
Ain't this fun? The unionistas score again. Just another case of getting what the nation deserves. Thank God I no longer need to travel by air. But you unionistas must be so proud of your brothers. Can a strike be far off?

UB







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Dear William,

President Barack Obama will leave no stone unturned when it comes to forcing workers under union-boss control.

Last week, for the first time ever, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport screeners ratified a monopoly bargaining agreement -- despite the inherent danger of subjecting our national security interests to union monopoly control and the crippling work rules and bureaucracy it brings.

You see, the executive branch has the authority to exempt federal workers from monopoly bargaining rules if the workers are part of national security or intelligence programs.

Current law automatically excludes employees of the FBI and CIA from union monopoly bargaining due to the extremely sensitive nature of work they do.

But in the rush to create the TSA in the months after the 9/11 terrorism attacks, the Bush Administration failed to extend that automatic policy to airport screeners despite warnings from your National Right to Work Committee.

Your Committee is also working to ensure that legislation to end monopoly bargaining at the TSA is introduced in the next session of Congress.

The Obama Administration took advantage of its discretionary authority as soon as it could -- all to pump yet more money into Big Labor's coffers.

TSA officials insist that airport screeners can't strike, and union bosses can't negotiate over vital security interests.

But American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) union bosses now yield monopoly bargaining powers over disciplinary actions, shift schedules, and other rules, which could prevent the TSA from making personnel adjustments when necessary.

Not only that, illegal strikes are all too common in the government sector -- union bosses know they can frequently demand and obtain amnesty from thin-skinned bureaucrats.

And as pro-Right to Work Senator Jim DeMint has warned, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency provides a roadmap for what we can expect from the unionized TSA.

Biased arbitrators have forced the CBP to obtain union bosses' permission when reassigning personnel, and union bosses have fought tooth-and-nail against merely letting the CBP investigate officers accused of violence.

I'm sure you can predict how union bosses will react when passengers complain about harassment by TSA airport screeners abusing their authority.

Hidden payoffs to Big Labor in Obamacare. A radical federal labor board. And now a unionized TSA.

What other stones will Barack Obama turn over in the next four years?

Sincerely,
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Mark Mix

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Larry Thompson1
11-14-2012, 05:50 PM
You ain't seen nothing yet.

murral stark
11-14-2012, 06:45 PM
Ain't this fun? The unionistas score again. Just another case of getting what the nation deserves. Thank God I no longer need to travel by air. But you unionistas must be so proud of your brothers. Can a strike be far off?

UB







http://paracom.paramountcommunication.com/cimages/ad2d687f12cabf13e83e42adda52ddfe/pageheader.jpg

Dear William,

President Barack Obama will leave no stone unturned when it comes to forcing workers under union-boss control.

Last week, for the first time ever, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport screeners ratified a monopoly bargaining agreement -- despite the inherent danger of subjecting our national security interests to union monopoly control and the crippling work rules and bureaucracy it brings.

You see, the executive branch has the authority to exempt federal workers from monopoly bargaining rules if the workers are part of national security or intelligence programs.

Current law automatically excludes employees of the FBI and CIA from union monopoly bargaining due to the extremely sensitive nature of work they do.

But in the rush to create the TSA in the months after the 9/11 terrorism attacks, the Bush Administration failed to extend that automatic policy to airport screeners despite warnings from your National Right to Work Committee.

Your Committee is also working to ensure that legislation to end monopoly bargaining at the TSA is introduced in the next session of Congress.

The Obama Administration took advantage of its discretionary authority as soon as it could -- all to pump yet more money into Big Labor's coffers.

TSA officials insist that airport screeners can't strike, and union bosses can't negotiate over vital security interests.

But American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) union bosses now yield monopoly bargaining powers over disciplinary actions, shift schedules, and other rules, which could prevent the TSA from making personnel adjustments when necessary.

Not only that, illegal strikes are all too common in the government sector -- union bosses know they can frequently demand and obtain amnesty from thin-skinned bureaucrats.

And as pro-Right to Work Senator Jim DeMint has warned, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency provides a roadmap for what we can expect from the unionized TSA.

Biased arbitrators have forced the CBP to obtain union bosses' permission when reassigning personnel, and union bosses have fought tooth-and-nail against merely letting the CBP investigate officers accused of violence.

I'm sure you can predict how union bosses will react when passengers complain about harassment by TSA airport screeners abusing their authority.

Hidden payoffs to Big Labor in Obamacare. A radical federal labor board. And now a unionized TSA.

What other stones will Barack Obama turn over in the next four years?

Sincerely,
http://www.righttoworkcommittee.org/images/mixsig2.jpg
Mark Mix

P.S. The National Right to Work Committee relies on your voluntary contributions to fund its programs. Please chip in with a contribution of $10 or more (http://paracom.paramountcommunication.com/ct/10279518:13793784792:m:1:151894444:7299D5F0A22D140 2BF2739008643798A:r) today.











If it comes down to national security, he can fire them too. Ever heard of a guy named Ronald Reagan and the air traffic controllers. Just sayin.

HPL
11-14-2012, 08:24 PM
If it comes down to national security, he can fire them too. Ever heard of a guy named Ronald Reagan and the air traffic controllers. Just sayin.

Barrack Obama is no Ronald Reagan.

Larry Thompson1
11-14-2012, 09:32 PM
If it comes down to national security, he can fire them too. Ever heard of a guy named Ronald Reagan and the air traffic controllers. Just sayin.

Air traffic control had nothing to do with national security. It had everything to do with interstate commerce and union labor. This is what intrstate commerce clause was intended for not single payer health insurance. Ronald Reagan was one of the greats. BO one of the worst leftist, devisive we have ever had.

billbe
11-14-2012, 10:00 PM
You have not seen anything yet.

huntinman
11-14-2012, 11:28 PM
We knew Ronald Reagan... and Barrack Obama is no Ronald Reagan.

Slight adjustment;-)

murral stark
11-14-2012, 11:38 PM
Slight adjustment;-)

How well did you know him? sounds like you were pals and shared political ideas. LOL

murral stark
11-14-2012, 11:41 PM
Air traffic control had nothing to do with national security. It had everything to do with interstate commerce and union labor. This is what intrstate commerce clause was intended for not single payer health insurance. Ronald Reagan was one of the greats. BO one of the worst leftist, devisive we have ever had.

Yet he got re-elected. HMMMMMMM!!! Must not be as bad as you think. You guys need to just let it go. It's like hitting a bad golf shot. You cant get it back, so just concentrate on your next shot. You can try again in 4 years.