No, "Obama" did not.  Yes, he nominates (not appoints) members.  Per 

 "It’s not Obama’s NLRB," said William Gould, who chaired the labor board for 
over four years during the Clinton administration and is now a law professor at 
Stanford Law School. Gould disagreed with the NLRB decision to open hearings 
against Boeing but says the White House would be far removed from those 

"It’s an independent quasi-judicial administrative agency," Gould said. "I am 
sure that the White House had absolutely nothing to do with this. During my 
53-plus months, we never heard anything from the White House."

Indeed, we could find no evidence that the White House intervened. The 
president’s spokesman, Jay Carney, told reporters "this was not something the 
president was involved in."


---In, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

 You left out a couple of other conditions as to why it is cheaper to do 
business overseas. Not just government regulation but also taxation and Unions. 
Union demands have been unreasonable in many cases. Many unions make so many 
demands that businesses just find it worthwhile to shut down here and reopen in 
a foreign country and ship their products back here. Unions drove the textile 
industry out of the US and overseas many years ago. The same is going for 
various other manufacturing industries. Who was it, Boeing, that wanted to move 
their operations from Washington state to North or South Carolina where they 
would be in a right to work state. As far as I remember Obama put a stop to 


 From: "Bhairitu noozguru@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 11:32 AM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Why the Trumpies hate the Media
 No, the rope in this tug-a-war just needs to be pulled to a little too the 
left. It's gone too far right and so far into the hands of the 0.001%.  Even a 
lot "conservatives" dislike that.  You seem to be one of the few still stuck in 
this "rich good, poor bad" Tarzan think that 0.001%'er Rupert Murdoch promotes.
 And Mike, the guy I do some software projects for started outsourcing several 
years ago.  It had nothing to do with government regulations because software 
development is pretty much "hands off" when it comes to government.  It's just 
that the cost of living in some of these countries is lower and so these 
companies can charge far less for a project yet their workers still live well.  
The high cost of living in the US is out of whack and artificial due to credit. 
 Economists will tell you the last time it was in balance was the mid 1970s.  
Back then you could still earn minimum wage yet enjoy life.
 On 12/27/2015 08:08 AM, Mike Dixon mdixon.6569@... mailto:mdixon.6569@... 
[FairfieldLife] wrote:

   Raul Castro? Is this some kind of straw man argument? Your entire Democratic 
party is advocating socialism without using the word. Bernzie being the 
exception. They all want the same thing, total government control by taxation 
or regulation.
 Obama and Clinton are only centrists from a Bernzie Sander's point of view.
 You're not in favor of *handouts* but.... we don't hand out enough. Right!

 Quite frankly, it's cheaper to do business over seas than the US due to 
government regulation, taxation and union demands, more Democratic meddling.


 From: "olliesedwuz@... [FairfieldLife]" mailto:olliesedwuz@...[FairfieldLife] 
 Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 7:04 AM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Why the Trumpies hate the Media

   "the far left"??!? As in similar in political outlook to say, Raul Castro of 
Cuba?? And who, exactly, in the US Government, has advocated, or worse, acted 
on, such an ideological vision? I am pretty confident I can wait here for days 
without a name from you, even down to the level of city dogcatcher, because 
*they don't exist*. 

 Obama is a centrist, like Clinton was. The only difference is the color of his 
skin. His concern over the demise of social programs is well founded, when our 
previous President advocated the destruction of Social Security. "Put it all in 
the stock market", he and his cronies said, and he would have, but he had no 
mandate from Congress. A good thing, as we would have had millions in the 
street when the market crashed.

 I am not in favor of handouts, but the current Republican domestic philosophy, 
and tax policy, seems to be, "I got mine, screw you", justified on the basis of 
some waste and corruption wrt social services programs. A very cold-hearted way 
of thinking, and obviously biased when no such scrutiny is applied to say, 
military programs, or corporate welfare. 

 The Republicans scream about losing American jobs, while advocating constantly 
for ways to ship jobs overseas. It is ironic that the only thing keeping our 
economy afloat are all the cheap products from China, the Far Left, Communist 
nation, on which our continued prosperity depends. Calling Obama "far left" is 
quite funny from that perspective, as it is the Republicans who are driving us 
further into China's hands. 
<awoelflebater@...> mailto:awoelflebater@... wrote :
<mdixon.6569@...> mailto:mdixon.6569@... wrote :
 Ollie, you make an awful lot of assumptions here. You assume that, because a 
person in congress opposes the policies of the *far left*, that they are racist 
and that they oppose those policies because the person implementing them has 
dark skin. How simple minded can you get? If you are white, I would have to 
believe that you are seriously suffering from *white guilt* and trying to 
absolve yourself by leveling such a charge.Next year, the excuses will be that 
we need a *woman* to lead the country and if elected and she faces any 
resistance, it will be because she's female in a patriarchal society. This is 
meant to appeal to the base instincts of the *low information* voter, an appeal 
to the emotions of the ignorant. 

  Damn the fact that these very policies have driven poverty higher than ever, 
that black unemployment levels are the highest in decades, more people are on 
government assistance than ever. Damn the fact that our current president has 
more than doubled the national debt of all other presidents before him with 
nothing to show for it, that we owe much of that debt to China. That money 
generating businesses are leaving our country in droves.

 Damn the fact that he threw hard fought, won and costly victories back to our 
enemies that has embolden them, That our once stable allies don't trust the 
word of our leaders. That once dangerous terrorists that had been locked up 
have been returned to the battle field to continue killing again.
  Damn the fact that he opens our borders to whoever wants to come here, 
without due process, driving down wages for our own citizens, while subsidizing 
the substandard wages of the * illegal immigrants* with government social 
program hand outs that cost all other tax payers.
  Damn the fact that because of him,  the people have put more Republicans in 
office than any time since the end of the civil war with nothing to show for it 
because they fear being labeled *racist* and give him just about anything he 
wants including another trillion dollar plus budget this year.
  Ollie, you have got to be kidding me! You are one of these low information 
voters that have drunk the Kool-aide. Of course, any one with a brain can 
figure out that the purpose of these policies is to bring about a complete 
collapse of the current social and economic system in place and replacing it 
with the purest form of socialism which will not redistribute wealth but 
redistribute poverty and suffering. Be careful of what you wish for. The 
*right* is armed and dangerous and will only tolerate so much of the left's 


 This is exactly the mindset, the one that you voice here, that scares the 
bejeebers out of me, Mike. Add that to the fact that you claim those "on the 
right" are "armed and dangerous" isn't lessening this feeling I have. That's 
all America needs, is a bunch of Kool Aid drunk right wingers emerging from 
their villages with flaming torches, pitchforks and no teeth (thanks to 
unaffordable health and dental) and screaming for banishment of those seeking 
asylum in the US and to rid the country of "socialistic" programs. You live in 
a dreamworld, Mike. Not one thing you say here is, I believe, true but it sure 
gives me a glimpse into one mindset present day US residents have and it is 
fear driven.

 From: "olliesedwuz@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2015 4:03 AM
 Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Why the Trumpies hate the Media

   Please put me on your list too. Barack Obama is one of our better 
Presidents. I find it appalling that the many racists in the US Congress see 
fit to obstruct him, simply because of the color of his skin. Anyway, just for 
you old white racists, I would LOVE it if we had another black man (or a black 
woman for a change) for President, only this time, two black parents, and that 
beautiful dark, dark skin and full lips. I hope whomever it is, they give you a 
big bear hug, a wet kiss on the cheek, and knock that silly pillow case off 
your pointed little head. 

 Merry Christmas to you, and in the TRUE spirit of Jesus Christ, May God Bless 
Barack Hussein Obama!!! 
<emptybill@...> mailto:emptybill@... wrote :
 Someone's "principle political view" is irrelevant if their personhood stinks.
 That is what shills like Oprah claimed about “The One”. Only he was not 
presented as a “stinking personhood” but rather as a unifying saint. 
 This is why Em’ likes him … wondrous Barack Osama, the great divider. He is 
the epitomee of the political liar – promising to unite all while following the 
plan of Saul Alinsky (Radical Marxist/Apostate Jew): 
 “Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first 
radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where 
mythology leaves off and history begins — or which is which), the first radical 
known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively 
that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.” 
 “What follows is for those who want to change the world from what it is to 
what they believe it should be. The Prince was written by Machiavelli for the Haves on how to 
hold power. Rules for Radicals is written for the Have-Nots on how to take it 
  Rules for Radicals, Saul Alinsky
 Chanukistani proly double votes … both Canadian and US elections. What do you 
expect from a dual? Em’ proly votes for whomever sounds most neo-Marxist. 
 I say - hypocrite swine … give up your possessions and give it all away. 
Problem is the swine only want to give away other people’s rights and 
 Don’t worry though - Hillary will show them! 
 After all, she’s a self-professed lover of Alinsky too. 







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