Bush Executive Order Exempts Some Federal Employees

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Bush Executive Order Exempts Some Federal Employees

[quote][b]Bush Executive Order Exempts Some Federal Employees from Monopoly Bargaining: Too Little Too Late? [/b]
Tue, 12/02/2008 - 13:50 "” Patrick Semmens

Yesterday President Bush issued a an Exectuive Order exempting several agencies and subdivisions of the Energy, Homeland Security, Justice, Transportation, and Treasury departments from draconian and stifling federal labor-management relations strictures.

This is good policy. However, while freeing any worker from forced union monopoly bargaining and forced unionism is a welcome step, the last minute move begs the question: [b]What took so long? [/b][/quote]

[url=http://www.nrtw.org/en/blog/bush-executive-order-too-little-too-late-120... Here[/url] for the complete story.

This excerpt was copied with permission from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. Needless to say, many of us appreciate the NRTW efforts to help and protect American workers.

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Bush Executive Order Exempts Some Federal Employees

And it will likely be signed back out of law by Barack Obama once he is in.

It's merely a gesture.

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Bush Executive Order Exempts Some Federal Employees

While I believe what you say is true, Michelle, it does look like Obama and is union buddies will drag our country down into the pits of socialism. However, it's nice to see Bush did take this positive action for some Federal employees.

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