Here's John Logan, a San Francisco State University professor:
And despite his claims about having the interests of American workers at heart, he is virulently anti-union. At Republican gatherings, Romney frequently proclaims his anti-labor positions, especially with regard to public sector collective bargaining, right-to-work laws, and the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) complaint against Boeing.
Romney has embraced the state-level GOP crusade against public sector bargaining. When Wisconsin governor Scott Walker signed into law a bill outlawing public sector bargaining, Romney applauded his effort to "do what's necessary to rein in out-of-control public sector pay and benefits." He also supports Ohio’s sweeping anti-bargaining legislation, which is now on hold until a referendum in November. Yet the Wisconsin and Ohio legislation has nothing to do with financial prudence – lawmakers in other states have negotiated lower costs without eliminating basic labor rights– and everything to do with a power grab against one of the Democrats’ key constituencies.He appointed union-busting "labor advisors" and uses the standard "labor stooges" and "union bosses" rhetoric. He promised to ban union dues as political contributions.
Romney sounds a lot like union-busters Scott Walker, John Kasich and Rick Scott, all of whom are failing miserably at creating jobs in their states.