National labor leaders tell Reid, Pelosi they are "bitterly disappointed" with Obamacare regulations

In a scathing letter to congressional leaders, the head of the Culinary's parent union and the national laborers' organization lambasted the administration's implementation of Obamacare, saying it "undermines fair market competition" and emphasized they are "bitterly disappointed."

Las Vegas' own D. Taylor of UniteHERE and Terry O'Sullivan of LIUNA sent the letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi this week, part of an unrelenting campaign against the health care law's implementation that they have been waging since last year. The letter, attached here, concludes: "It would be a sad irony indeed if the signature legislative accomplishment of an Administration committed to reducing income inequality cut living standards for middle income and low wage workers."

The campaign, clearly ratcheting up during an election year, when the pressure will be more acutely felt, also was on display during the president's speech, when Culinary Political Director Yvanna Cancela tweeted:


  1. Same workers in could lose their healthcare if isn't fixed.

  2. While talks about healthcare, workers in vote to ratify contract to keep theirs in tact.

  3. Over 20million workers could lose their current plans under - I'd make that different, .

  4. Millions have also lost coverage by having hours docked thanks to .

  5. And now, here comes the recap of how great is.

This is about to get much more uncomfortable for Democrats in DC.