Card Check for you, Secret Ballot for them.
They're your betters, after all.
In keeping with the Elected Elite, what’s good for them isn’t to be allowed for the “little people.” As Democrats look to push Card Check legislation, where the union thugs get to see how you voted, they keep their votes on some things still private – like whether to strip Joe Lieberman of his chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
Sens. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.), Ken Salazar (D-Colo.), Tom Carper (D-Del.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) are all involved in the effort, according to top Senate Democratic aides. These four senators — along with other Lieberman allies — are reaching out to the rest of the Democratic Senate caucus to try to ensure Lieberman survives a secret ballot vote on whether to strip him of his chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. (emphasis mine)
I’m sure it’s always been done that way, a nice secret ballot so that the members don’t get upset at each other about people voting against them. Hey, I think it’s a good thing. But then again I think a private ballot on employees deciding whether they want a union or not is a good thing to. I’m just consistent on that matter. For me it’s pretty simple, a private ballot is a good thing (as long as it wasn’t fraudulently cast – ACORN, I’m looking at you).
For our Democrat overlords, private ballots for me, but not for thee!