Mitt Romney has come under fire for his statements saying that right-to-work laws should remain a state issue, even though, as he reiterated here during Sen. Jim DeMint's GOP Presidential Forum, he said that he would sign a national right-to-work law if it came across his desk as President. Romney has also previously had some praise for unions, making similar statements to the one here where he said "unions play an important role in our country." Apparently Romney doesn't think much of that role if you're either talking about government worker's unions, or heaven forbid unions being allowed to have any influence over our politicians and making campaign donations.
In an odd turn of events, it looks like the federal judge who ruled that corporations could give directly to candidates might want to revoke his ruling. It appears that he was unaware of a Supreme Court ruling on the same issue: James C. Cacheris
Survey: Fear Of Negative Ads Funded By Corporate Dollars Scares Congressional Staffers Into Bowing To Lobbyists
Swell. So Democratic Congressional staffers are going to be even more obsequious than usual to lobbyists? We have to get the corporate money out of politics, and it's going to take a Constitutional amendment to do it: WASHINGTON -- Democratic