This is nuts, at least the opponents come back with the truth:
“Every worker in America has the right to a secret ballot vote in union-organizing elections, free from intimidation or recrimination,” said Katie Packer, executive director of the Workforce Fairness Institute. “Calling a proposal which exposes 70 percent of employees to intimidation instead of 50 percent a ‘compromise’ is beyond absurd.”
We, as citizens, have the right to a secret ballot, only those who are in an elected position vote openly, that way, the people who elected them can hold them accountable.
This 'card check' opens up intimidation on both sides of the issue, how can that be right?