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This seems a little premature....

From Mike Allen's Playbook on Politico:

"BREAKING: Unions rejoice as some businesses begin compromising on the legislation they call “card check.” An authoritative business source tells us: “99.9% won’t.” Still, a top labor official e-mails us: “I’m dancing a jig with them caving.”

This seems a little premature, no? But it shows why talking compromise at this point is dangerous. Let this thing pass the House and fail to get 60 votes in the Senate. Then let's address the real issues facing the country.

In the meantime, as Springsteen sings, "No retreat, no surrender."


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