US 2nd Amendment Under Assault, Freedom Firearms Guns Defense
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Wed Nov 30 18:19:02 PST 2022
Joe Biden the raging anger spastic sadistic violent lying gun grabbing
constitution violating anti-freedom anti-america[n] commie socialist
ignorant abusive asshole tyrant... Biden's brain-rage always exploding
and routinely exposed...
Rational knowledgeable experienced union member triggers Biden's brain...
Dems and Biden Admin now advocating and acting against
union railworkers... more power for GovPol, less ability for you
to reclaim it... "You will own NOTHING! -- WEF, Schwab"
As expected, Democrats have 'crossed a line' and voted to remove labor
unions' leverage by approving a bill to force them to accept the
railroad labor deal.
Pelosi said in a letter to her colleagues last night that Democrats
have stood with “hard-working railroaders in their fight against
greedy railroad corporations for fairer wages, benefits and working
conditions,” she said in the letter.
“However, we must act to prevent a catastrophic strike that would
touch the lives of nearly every family: erasing hundreds of thousands
of jobs, including union jobs; keeping food and medicine off the
shelves; and stopping small businesses from getting their goods to
House lawmakers voted 290 to 137 on legislation that would force the
adoption of a tentative labor agreement by rail workers, using the
power of a 1926 law that allows Congress to intervene in railroad
disputes that threaten to disrupt the U.S. economy.
US equities have rebounded on the news...
Any legislation that passes the House will have to be approved by the
Senate as well. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) proposed a similar
As we detailed yesterday, union leaders have already expressed their
ire at the intervention.
Michael Paul Lindsey, a locomotive engineer in Idaho and steering
committee member for Railroad Workers United, told Insider it was a
"blatant betrayal," but he wasn't surprised.
"I thought it was kind of laughable that anyone would think that
either the Democrats or the Republicans actually cared. Bottom line,
they care about money," he said.
Even so, "there was always that hope in the back of my mind that
maybe someone would do something that was actually right for the
American worker for once — instead of just what's right for corporate
Republicans have traditionally philosophically-opposed government
intervention into private contractual obligations, and Senator Marco
Rubio has vociferously defended the workers' rights:
“Just because Congress has the authority to impose a heavy-handed
solution does not mean we should,” he said.
“It is wrong for the Biden administration, which has failed to
fight for workers, to ask Congress to impose a deal the workers
themselves have rejected.”
House lawmakers are also expected to vote on a second bill that would
increase paid sick leave to seven days.
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