National Right to Work Committee on the Air

The Senators for the Commonwealth of Virginia  have yet to take a position on the Forced Unionism Card Check bill.  A new television ad from the National Right to Work Committee is trying to do something about that.  The Richmond Times Dispatch has the story:

“The National Right to Work Committee took to the airwaves yesterday to pressure Virginia Sens. Jim Webb and Mark R. Warner to vote against proposed “card-check” legislation. The two Democrats are said to be undecided on the legislation, sought by labor unions and opposed by the business community. The Springfield-based Right to Work Committee has bought $2 million in television ads in five states, including Virginia, urging viewers to call wavering senators. “The truth is, passage of card check would be a massive expansion of union bosses’ power over workers at the expense of their privacy and freedom,” Dennis Fusaro, executive director of the committee, said during a news conference at the Doubletree Hotel Historic Richmond.