The genius of the Øbama NLRB bureaucracy

It appears that Øbama’s NLRB is running amok in more than one place. I dug up this little gem this morning from the Internet: NLRB Pursuing Dead or Alive Policy, from the West Virginia’s The Intelligencer, Wheeling News-Register.

To wit:

Earlier this year, the NLRB demanded a response from a Dayton, Ohio, company accused by a union of engaging in unfair labor practices. The company, BLSI, LLC, had been owned by Gordon L. Wray Jr.

Wray is dead. His estate is insolvent. Its administrator informed the NLRB of that and noted the company has ceased operations.

Of course, the Øbama’s NLRB, as the good little apparatchiks that they are, give the following reasons for their misguided action:

The firm’s “asserted cessation of operations does not excuse it from filing an answer to a complaint,” the agency concluded.

I can only wonder if they plan to put a lien on Wray’s grave.

I don’t think the fine citizens of South Carolina, proud Americans all, will find any unbiased relief from any action by Øbama’s NLRB regarding Boeing’s plans to build manufacturing plants there.  They will be driven offshore at this rate.

 

8 replies
  1. cherwin
    cherwin says:

    Oh the incompetence of our government can be so frightening. Can you imagine any other business or agency,(non-goverment), operating like the government?
    Unbelievable waste of money and time, not to mention the?amount of stupidity. ?

  2. essneff
    essneff says:

    Obama?claims he wants jobs, but he closes down the Gulf to drilling?choking off thousands of?high tax paying ?jobs…. then, the NLRB sues Boeing, possibly eliminating another 1,000 good paying jobs in SC after Boeing sank $1 billion on the plant?……. just some more “Hope & Change” I guess!??

  3. ricbee
    ricbee says:

    At least nobody is getting hurt. I hope they dig him up & check his pockets. They’ll wonder why he has that wide grin.

  4. Gary J
    Gary J says:

    ? ?asserted cessation of operations does not excuse it from filing an answer to a complaint,?? Is a legal term found in the sentence right after “Ignorance of the law is no excuse” Sure go and ask SOS she’ll tell ya.

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