The National Association of Manufacturers was agog over Yesterday's Denver Post editorial on "the preposterously named Employee Free Choice Act."
They particularly liked and quoted the Post's comments: "an offensive and little-known provision that would have allowed a government arbitrator to impose a two-year contract on businesses and workers that actually specified wages and working conditions. Neither the employer nor the workers could appeal the decision."
NAM observed correctly that "that provision, which would have encouraged unions to make outrageous demands and then drag their heels, hoping that a federal arbitrator would impose terms favorable to the union."
Mark Udall was a cosponsor of this bit of destructive deception and should be held accountable for both the name and contents of the bill.