In the email from AFP, emphasis mine:
We're thrilled at the news today from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that there won't be a vote this year on the outrageously misnamed 'Employee Free Choice Act'. This bill would take the secret ballot away from workers in union organizing elections, and I personally saw how offensive that notion is to thousands of hard-working Americans at Save My Ballot Tour events we held throughout the Spring. Americans made clear that they won't give in to union intimidation and coercion without a fight, and at least for now, they won.
Why does this historical tune seem so appropriate?