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#25905 Oct 30, 2012
The newly released pictures of President Obama in the situation room looking all presidential while deploying help to those in need during the aftermath of Sandy are so cute. Why wasn't he in. the situation room deploying help to those who were being attacked in Benghazi? Oh, that's right. He had to get some rest so he could go to Vegas the following day to play grab ass with Beyonce!

Obama and his administration are a joke!
Texas Tornado

United States

#25906 Oct 30, 2012
Robert B wrote:
<quoted text> and Texans are like the clap.
You can't get rid of you.
Must be another rape nut.
I thought that would provoke a Canadian response! All Topix bs aside my uncle fought a few times in France.He said the Canadian tankers were the must underrated group of fighters in WWII .SAID he saw three Canadian Shermans charge right at a German Tiger to draw its fire while two more snuck up on it from behind.Two of the charging Shermans were blown away by the massive Nazi tank.The two Canadian Shermans in back and the lone Sherman left alive to the front of the huge Tiger poured 75mm shells into the giant at point blank range until the turret blew off and the big German tank caught fire.This stayed in my uncles mind because his unit had been pinned down by the Tiger and was in danger of annihilation. I have to say, with a few exceptions, when I was in Canada I've never met nicer people.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25907 Oct 30, 2012
Allen wrote:
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I agree with you Waco. I am one of those who take "my job" seriously. If an employer has self motivated, honest, dependable and loyal employees they certainly better hang on to them because these are the ones who care the most about the growth and profits of the company. I do not give the credit of a signed paycheck to my employer but yet to the customer who demands their product. The one who gives my empolyer the ability to sign. Because it was I who sought out my employer and my hire was a mutual agreement, I feel that just as one can fire a lawyer he also has the power to fire his company and relieve them of all obligation as well.
Yeah I agree with you and Waco on that.Points are well made.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25908 Oct 30, 2012
Waco and his famous 92 inch TV. VIDEO as a hobby.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25909 Oct 30, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
The newly released pictures of President Obama in the situation room looking all presidential while deploying help to those in need during the aftermath of Sandy are so cute. Why wasn't he in. the situation room deploying help to those who were being attacked in Benghazi? Oh, that's right. He had to get some rest so he could go to Vegas the following day to play grab ass with Beyonce!
Obama and his administration are a joke!
The president watched Benghazi as it happened.His decision to not render aid was based on a CIA-Syrian operation that would have green compromised somehow.In retrospect the wrong decision.

“Anasasis Xenophontis.”

Since: Dec 08

over there.

#25910 Oct 30, 2012
Allen wrote:
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I agree with you Waco. I am one of those who take "my job" seriously. If an employer has self motivated, honest, dependable and loyal employees they certainly better hang on to them because these are the ones who care the most about the growth and profits of the company. I do not give the credit of a signed paycheck to my employer but yet to the customer who demands their product. The one who gives my empolyer the ability to sign. Because it was I who sought out my employer and my hire was a mutual agreement, I feel that just as one can fire a lawyer he also has the power to fire his company and relieve them of all obligation as well.
boom thank you. Its pro with his over inflated boss ego that gets strikes started. Come on that mindset died already. Pro is actually not the head honcho at all. Id say middle of the chain....cause who is in control of him and signs the front of his checks? Investors can say hey we don't believe in your business anymore..bye.
Allen

Robbins, NC

#25911 Oct 30, 2012
Texas Tornado wrote:
<quoted text> Yeah I agree with you and Waco on that.Points are well made.
Thank you Texas. I was watching a program the other night called Billions Behind Bars, the state of Texas is to be commended for it's efforts in prison reform. They are educating and returning these people to society with a new outlook on life. These people are being given the tools to be productive and not destructive. Bravo Texas!

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#25912 Oct 30, 2012
sevenSecrets wrote:
<quoted text>boom thank you. Its pro with his over inflated boss ego that gets strikes started. Come on that mindset died already. Pro is actually not the head honcho at all. Id say middle of the chain....cause who is in control of him and signs the front of his checks? Investors can say hey we don't believe in your business anymore..bye.
I will stipulate there is nothing wrong with an employee feeling empowered in his or her job.

However, those stockholders and investors usually don't talk to the guys on the loading docks or lower level managers when profits and dividends are not on par either. Collective effort, but still up to the employer to make sure the employees are performing on task and effectively.

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#25913 Oct 30, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
The newly released pictures of President Obama in the situation room looking all presidential while deploying help to those in need during the aftermath of Sandy are so cute. Why wasn't he in. the situation room deploying help to those who were being attacked in Benghazi? Oh, that's right. He had to get some rest so he could go to Vegas the following day to play grab ass with Beyonce!
Obama and his administration are a joke!
I heard that, that Libyan disaster has yet to be addressed.
Allen

Robbins, NC

#25914 Oct 30, 2012
sevenSecrets wrote:
<quoted text> boom thank you. Its pro with his over inflated boss ego that gets strikes started. Come on that mindset died already. Pro is actually not the head honcho at all. Id say middle of the chain....cause who is in control of him and signs the front of his checks? Investors can say hey we don't believe in your business anymore..bye.
Thank you Seven! I happen to be at the bottom of my chain but no less important. I am respected as a model employee who has set standards company wide, "Big Wigs" including the owner often come to me for advise. I am always happy to go above and beyond for my company because of the positive way in which it asserts it's authority. Happy people are productive people.

Since: Dec 11

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#25915 Oct 30, 2012
Allen wrote:
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I agree with you Waco. I am one of those who take "my job" seriously. If an employer has self motivated, honest, dependable and loyal employees they certainly better hang on to them because these are the ones who care the most about the growth and profits of the company. I do not give the credit of a signed paycheck to my employer but yet to the customer who demands their product. The one who gives my empolyer the ability to sign. Because it was I who sought out my employer and my hire was a mutual agreement, I feel that just as one can fire a lawyer he also has the power to fire his company and relieve them of all obligation as well.
It's great that you take your job seriously, as most people do, it's what makes a buisness successful, I agree. It was the employer who sought you out through some sort of advertising, you came in and applied which lead to negotiations, services rendered for compensation. Because you take pride in your job and you agreed to a contract doesn't mean it's yours, you own nothing.
Yes, you can fire your employer just as your employer can fire you, it happens everyday, but what happens next? Someone else comes in and fills the position.

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#25916 Oct 30, 2012
Allen wrote:
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Thank you Seven! I happen to be at the bottom of my chain but no less important. I am respected as a model employee who has set standards company wide, "Big Wigs" including the owner often come to me for advise. I am always happy to go above and beyond for my company because of the positive way in which it asserts it's authority. Happy people are productive people.
That is great, I'm happy for you and your employer and I'm sure you help make the buisness successful. It's people like you that are the backbone of the buisness, there's no doubt in my mind but at the end of the day, unless you own the buisness or you're a majority stock holder of the buisness, you don't own the job, it's not yours.
Allen

Robbins, NC

#25917 Oct 30, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> It's great that you take your job seriously, as most people do, it's what makes a buisness successful, I agree. It was the employer who sought you out through some sort of advertising, you came in and applied which lead to negotiations, services rendered for compensation. Because you take pride in your job and you agreed to a contract doesn't mean it's yours, you own nothing.
Yes, you can fire your employer just as your employer can fire you, it happens everyday, but what happens next? Someone else comes in and fills the position.
Correct, I own no part of my company but, yet I walk it and work it as if I do. I am one of a few that can truly say,"I love and enjoy my job." I believe that it should be a priority of all no matter where you are on the totem pole to promote high levels of morale. Therefore turn over rates are kept low. One may be surprised what a little recognition and an occasional pat on the back can do for a bottom line profit figure.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#25918 Oct 30, 2012
sevenSecrets wrote:
<quoted text> boom thank you. Its pro with his over inflated boss ego that gets strikes started. Come on that mindset died already. Pro is actually not the head honcho at all. Id say middle of the chain....cause who is in control of him and signs the front of his checks? Investors can say hey we don't believe in your business anymore..bye.
I see your point and while some of it is true, you never see an assistant coach in the paper for losing a game.

And as those investors can relieve Pro of his duties, they can relieve the entire company buy selling their stocks and taking their money and business elsewhere, thus putting everyone out of work.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25919 Oct 30, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> That is great, I'm happy for you and your employer and I'm sure you help make the buisness successful. It's people like you that are the backbone of the buisness, there's no doubt in my mind but at the end of the day, unless you own the buisness or you're a majority stock holder of the buisness, you don't own the job, it's not yours.
Don't worry Pro we all know how unimportant we are.Saying"my job"is merely a way to make an employee feel worthwhile.In the end we are ALL replaceable.You must be a really fun guy to work for.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25920 Oct 30, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>I heard that, that Libyan disaster has yet to be addressed.
Since when do girls know anything about politics?

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#25921 Oct 30, 2012
Texas Tornado wrote:
<quoted text> Don't worry Pro we all know how unimportant we are.Saying"my job"is merely a way to make an employee feel worthwhile.In the end we are ALL replaceable.You must be a really fun guy to work for.
And you must be a stellar model employee.

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#25922 Oct 30, 2012
Texas Tornado wrote:
<quoted text> Since when do girls know anything about politics?
Correct, just look at the job Sec. of State Clinton is doing.
Texas Tornado

United States

#25923 Oct 30, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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And you must be a stellar model employee.
IS that the famous Silvercoast sarcasm at work? Not only am I a GREAT EMPLOYEE...I'M a business owner as well.Yes...I can safely say that its people like ME that make America GREAT!
Allen

Robbins, NC

#25924 Oct 30, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> That is great, I'm happy for you and your employer and I'm sure you help make the buisness successful. It's people like you that are the backbone of the buisness, there's no doubt in my mind but at the end of the day, unless you own the buisness or you're a majority stock holder of the buisness, you don't own the job, it's not yours.
I realize that terms of employment are not permanently binding and at the end of the day I feel blessed that I don't have the headaches that go along with ownership. I do at the end of the day have the satisfaction of knowing that I earned the wage that was agreed upon and the peace of mind knowing that I gave 101% to those who made me feel that I am an important part of a team.

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