South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) called on potential Republican presidential contenders to weigh in on a labor dispute between the Obama administration and the airline contractor Boeing.

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers complained of unfair labor practices after Boeing moved a construction line from a unionized facility in Washington state to a non-union one in South Carolina.

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) agreed with the union and filed the complaint, saying Boeing is violating fair labor law. Boeing is fighting the charge.

Haley calls the NLRB finding "ridiculous."

“Every presidential candidate needs to weigh in on what is happening with NLRB and Boeing,” Haley said in an interview with National Review's The Corner blog. “I would expect the presidential candidates to speak up, to say that this is wrong, and also to go further than that: to say what they would do to make it right.”

Haley's comments come a few days after she said she wasn't inspired by any of the current field of likely Republican presidential candidates.

"I'll tell you, right now, no one in the field excites me right now," Haley said.