NLRB proves why unions and govnernments shouldn’t be making business decisions

NLRB spokeswoman Nancy Cleeland is not helping the NLRB decision to sue Boeing for building a new factory in South Carolina look any smarter. Cleeland told The Street today:

We are not telling Boeing they can’t build planes in South Carolina. We are talking about one specific piece of work: three planes a month. If they keep those three planes a month in Washington, there is no problem.

Boeing 787s cost around $200 million a piece. Boeing can’t just magically sell three more Dreamliner’s a month because the NLRB tells it to. That's not how business works. This is exactly why governments shouldn't force unions into company board boardrooms.

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