02-23-2012 at 10:55 am - David Williams - Posted in: Taxpayers Protection Alliance, Taxes, President Obama, Labor, David Williams, Boeing, National Labor Relations Board - 0 Comment

In a recent visit to a Washington Boeing plant, while touting their planes, President Obama asked Congress to continue to fund the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im), the poster child for taxpayer-funded corporate welfare.  The setting of the Boeing plant was no accident considering that Boeing has been a major recipient of Ex-Im Bank funds for years.  This comes on the heels of the Obama-backed National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) trying to stop Boeing from moving its plant to South Carolina and the expiration of a tax credit for jet sales.

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