In 90 seconds, Mitt Romney manages to run down the devastation that Card Check would wreak on the American economy. And not just during a severe downturn; the reordering of the labor-management-government relationship in this fashion would heavily burden the economy even in the best of times, Romney tells Sean Hannity:

This matches what at least two studies show us. Dr. Anne Layne-Farrar’s study shows that Card Check could cost between 1.5 million and 5.4 million jobs over the next three years, using data in Canada, where Card Check has been employed in various areas.  Separately, UCLA researchers found that FDR’s stimulus package and labor-friendly legislation extended the Depression for seven years longer than necessary.

I’m thinking of that song All In The Family used as its theme, and one of the lines in it.  Mister, we could use a man like Mitt Romney again …

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