As labor unions intensify their efforts to try to elect their crony, Bruce Lunsford shows that he either doesn’t understand what the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) really is or he is intentionally lying to Kentucky workers about what the EFCA would really do.
In fact, his latest statement confirms that he is indeed supportive of the EFCA, but also states “I oppose intimidation in the workplace and support open dialogue between workers and management. That’s what the EFCA would accomplish.”
Clearly Bruce has taken the union boss’s money and drank their Kool-Aid because that is exactly the opposite of what would occur should this bill become law. Here’s what would really happen…..
What Bruce Says: “I oppose intimidation in the workplace.”
The Truth: The EFCA will take away the private ballot vote and replace it with a forced unionization system, making workers publicly declare their support for a union or sign a binding contract in public. With union bosses standing over their shoulders and knocking on their doors at home I’m sure workers won’t feel intimidated….right Bruce?
What Bruce Says: “I support an open dialogue between workers and management. That’s what the EFCA would accomplish.”
The Truth: Basically how this bill would work is that if a majority of the employees can be intimidated, deceived or cajoled into signing cards the unions get to collect forced dues payments from everyone. Does this sound like “open dialogue” to you?