Congratulations Chris K
The puppet president has his strings pulled on day one.
Here comes $15/hr, Paid time off, health insurance and Unions. Any operator who voted for Biden should be flogged
Then you'll also have to flog about 90% of the McDonald's corporate staff nationwide.
I cant wait to charge $10 for a Big Mac to support Union wages! Oh, and by the way...here is my People Plan....leave me alone Field Office!
Biden will never be his own man. He is too obligated to Obama. His policies around Muslims, capitalism, immigration are all coming from Obama. They are being very discrete about their plans for income equality but they have a well developed plan they will slowly began to implement. A huge goal is to do away with inheritance. Obama claims there will never be income equality when white kids receive inheritance from their parents. Watch for small policies that will lead to massive consideration of outlawing inheritance. Its coming.
Control of the NLRB will allow Mr. Biden’ to soothe labor divisions by handing outsweeping rule changes that will benefit unions across the spectrum. Mr. Robb’s firingwill likely be only the first of many exercises of raw power,many of which will likely makethe Obama NLRB look tame.The nation will soon be disillusioned. Mr. Biden is likely to continue speaking a lot ofpretty words in coming months. What matters are his actions.
Organized labor and the whacko environmentalists are already at cross purposes over things like the Keystone XL pipeline. Biden will have his hands full dealing with those conflicts while the unions destroy the small business community..
As the WSJ’s Kim Strassel reports, another of Biden’s first priorities, demanding the resignation, under threat of termination, of Peter Robb, general counsel to the National Labor Relations Board, truly tells you all you need to know about Groper Joe’s plans for America’s future:“…Within minutes of Mr. Biden’s swearing-in, and as the new president told the nation it needed to “be better,” the new White House delivered Mr. Robb an ultimatum: resign by 5 p.m., or be fired.The general-counsel position is a Senate-confirmed four-year appointment at an independent agency; Mr. Robb had 10 months left in his term. No NLRB general counsel had ever been fired, and the Biden White House provided no cause for the action. Mr. Robb pointed all this out in a return letter and respectfully declined to step down. So Mr. Biden (“we must end this uncivil war”) canned him.For four years, the media and Democrats cast every action of the Trump administration as something law-breaking or verging on a constitutional crisis. This week’s headlines, by contrast, were a mass media celebration of the return to “normalcy.” Mr. Biden ran on, and won on, a promise to restore norms to Washington.The Robb firing illustrates the falsehood of both those narratives. For all Mr. Trump’s bad manners, his administration’s actions were largely by the book. Mr. Trump never fired Richard Griffin, Barack Obama’s NLRB general counsel, who served nine months to the end of his term in 2017. For all the talk of Mr. Biden as the embodiment of gentlemanly politics, Democrats have no intention of playing by the rules…”
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