Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer

Monday, October 11, 2004

Union Muscle?


Anyone familiar with today's organized labor movement knows it has in large part cast its lot with success of its political patrons as opposed to a ground up organizing campaign. So perhaps it is not surprising to see today's story in the Wall Street Journal about attempts by union supporters to intimidate Busch/Cheney backers in the heart of the Florida battleground. (Among the casualties in a confrontation last week, a Bush/Cheney staffer with a broken wrist.) Given the general tenor of today's political discourse, it is not all that big of a step. It would be nice if we could dial it back on all fronts several notches, but I dream.


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