Monday, May 16, 2011

Telling Business Where To Go

Using federal bureaucratic "regulatory" power to punish free enterprise?

....The White House and its regulatory toadies are now making a serious, and we think dangerously transformative, effort to decide where in the country private companies can build manufacturing (and by extension of this incredible grab) any other facilities.

On April 20, the National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint against Boeing alleging that its decision to build a second assembly plant in South Carolina instead of the state of Washington was illegal because it amounted to a retaliatory action against the International Association of Machinists. The NLRB seeks as a remedy for this phony cause of action a judicial order forcing Boeing to shift production of its long delayed Dreamliner commercial jet from South Carolina back to its main facility in the Seattle area, Can anyone see presidential politics here in trying to force one of America’s main competitive manufacturing companies from a red state to a blue state or are we just being cynical?.....

The full story here.
When did it become constitutional for federal bureaucrats to tell businesses where they can and can not build plants and conduct business?

Overreaching and grasping for control and punishment power.

xtnyoda, shalomed

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