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Obama NLRB tells Boeing where to go.

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Tells Boeing they cannot build 787 factory in SC. (gatewaypundit.rightnetwork.com) Mehr...

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wendellsmith1964
Wendell Smith 0
2012!!!
Dubslow
Dubslow 0
That's absolutely completely, utterly, unbelievably ridiculous. It's like they chose the thing to target that would cause the greatest waste of already spent resources possible.
seahawker01
seahawker01 0
Seeing how Boeing was trying to skirt the union. Good for NLRB. The article is so fanatical that it portrays the move as job killing not job sustaining. I lean right of center but thats a tough article to read. Anyways... If it makes sense to have the factory is SC negotiate with the union and make it happen but the poltics (in DC and labor relations) just needs to stop! That goes for the unions as well.
bishops90
Brian Bishop 0
If our current President thinks the people of my great state will just lay down and let the Federal Govenment dictate who can and cannot do business in South Carolina, it's like the great philosopher Tweety Bird says..."He don't know me vewy weww doo hee?" And they obviously don't know much about the history of our state.
Our newly elcted Governor Nikki Haley had already responded in an Op-Ed piece in the WSJ, letting the Obama administration and the NLRB know that this is a fight they might want to reconsider. The fact is that regardless of Boeings reasons for adding the assembly plant here, they ALREADY HAD a plant here when Boeing bought the remaining interest of the Alenia factory which supplied fuselage sections, and that ZERO jobs are being lost in Washington because of the SC plant.
This is pure and simple Chicago political thuggery at its best (worst), our president is rapidly becoming famous for (if he weren't already). The executive branch and it's cronies at the NLRB need to stay the hell out of SC and our business if it knows what's good for itself (which I doubt). 2012's coming.
kb9uwu
Matt Comerford 0
jesh why not just post something from the limbaugh letter, drudge report, or something from keith olbermann? this is stupid.
Dubslow
Dubslow 0
If anybody has a problem with the above page, here's the NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/21/business/21boeing.html?_r=2
bishops90
Brian Bishop 0
Matt, I'd like for you to elaborate on why you think this issue is "stupid".
kb9uwu
Matt Comerford 0
I think the original article and source was stupid. Slanted and one sided. On the original issue: they "filed a complaint." It's politics as usual, are you surprised?
Av8nut
Michael Fuquay 0
If I were Boeing, I'd say to Obama: "If you want to fund the entire 787 program, I'll build the factories wherever you want. Otherwise, BUTT OUT!!"

It's not like Boeing's moving it out of the country to Japan or somewhere else; there keeping it on home turf.

Why does the government have to get involved in everybody's business?
seahawker01
seahawker01 0
Most of the airplane is built overseas it is just assembled here
Dubslow
Dubslow 0
A move which Boeing has seriously regretted and won't do again.

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