If you have ever wondered why businesses give money to anti-business Democrats, consider the tax-gun that these guys on the Ways and Means Committee are holding to their heads.
See:Levin to Replace Rangel as Ways and Means Chairman
Mr. Levin, a champion of organized labor who represents suburban Detroit, was elected in 1982 and is serving his 14th term. Emerging from a caucus meeting Thursday morning, he said that he would serve as “acting chairman” and appeared to have mixed feelings about the circumstances that led to his appointment.
With a Union puppet set to rule at Ways and Means, expect the Union agenda to become all but unstoppable.
Detroit, Levin's congressional district, is the model for the America of Organized Labor's dreams.