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Carol Shea-Porter’s Labor Friends get Fiesty

Outside of a Carol Shea-Porter event in Manchester, 2 of the Granite Staters for Employee Freedom asked some gentlemen from the NALC and AFL-CIO a few questions about the EFCA, and things went south pretty quickly.


The representative from the NALC, even if unintentionally, makes an interesting point – it was around 90 years ago that the NLRB got rid of card check voting.  He also informs us that 100 years ago, guys like us would have been thrown in a river.  Is there a causal connection between card check voting and throwing people in rivers?  Only time will tell – but it’s pretty clear that the NALC and AFL-CIO want to get back to the good old days.

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