Obama & Small business

Obama & Small business

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Little Biz

Glasgow, KY

#1 Nov 19, 2012
What do you think about the terror regarding Obama and small businesses? I hear about it quite often. That and Obamacare.
Wallace P Dingle

Glasgow, KY

#2 Nov 19, 2012
Small business has been being crippled more and more erach year....and the Marxist Messiah is going to make those past cripplings look like small pertaters!

All these socialist twats who are so opposed to anyone making a profit or prospering (because they are jealous) are going to get their wish and see what it is like to live in a country where no one can make a decent living, much less succeed.

Let's see how they and their children like what they have been voting for all these years.
what

Glasgow, KY

#3 Nov 19, 2012
Wallace P Dingle wrote:
All these socialist twats who are so opposed to anyone making a profit or prospering (because they are jealous) are going to get their wish and see what it is like to live in a country where no one can make a decent living, much less succeed.
Get real. No one wants that. What we want is for there to be a balance of power between employee and employer. That is the ideal scenario.
a reader

Glasgow, KY

#4 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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Get real. No one wants that. What we want is for there to be a balance of power between employee and employer. That is the ideal scenario.
Balance as in taking from those who work and have, and give to those who do not want to work?
Small business and the larger ones are having to stop hiring, having to cut back employees, some full time workers are having to be part time; all this because of regulations, obamacare, and many other reasons.
You get real! Your balance of power makes no sense. There are reasons for all this happening. Not looking good out there. Another 4 years of this; where will we be?
barry

Glasgow, KY

#5 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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Get real. No one wants that. What we want is for there to be a balance of power between employee and employer. That is the ideal scenario.
A balance of power? If you want the same "power" as your employer, why not start your own business?? Too fcking lazy, stupid and simply like having everything give to you..maybe??
It must be a sad life to live with all that jealousy, hoping your purple mouth messiah will steal from those smart enough to prosper and give it to bottom feeder idiots like you.
what

Glasgow, KY

#6 Nov 20, 2012
barry wrote:
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A balance of power? If you want the same "power" as your employer, why not start your own business?? Too fcking lazy, stupid and simply like having everything give to you..maybe??
It must be a sad life to live with all that jealousy, hoping your purple mouth messiah will steal from those smart enough to prosper and give it to bottom feeder idiots like you.
I have no jealousy toward anyone. I simply ask for humane and fair treatment, just as my employer asks for the ability to make a profit. Ideally, the two concepts should co-exist. I don't know what motivates you to label me a "bottom feeder" when all I am asking for is what workers have asked for since the beginning of time. Then again, I'm sure you're one of the those who would have opposed Lincoln because he was "taking property (slaves) from the job creators".
Curious Greg

Glasgow, KY

#7 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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Get real. No one wants that. What we want is for there to be a balance of power between employee and employer. That is the ideal scenario.
A "balance of power"? What weight do you have in your hand to achieve this balance? Oh, that's right; nothing- which is why you want someone you voted for to intervene for you.

Someone takes hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars of their own money and starts a business; or people buy stock to fund it and own a part of it, and yet you think that you should have a claim as to how this business operates?

If you want "power", then invest the money and hard work and necessary years of background preparation and start your own business. Oh, that's right, you can't, because the thugs whom you keep electing in an effort to get power over things which are not yours, have made it too difficult and expensive to do business in this country, with all their regulations and taxes. Too bad, I would have liked to have seen your employees telling you what to do!
what

Glasgow, KY

#8 Nov 20, 2012
Curious Greg wrote:
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A "balance of power"? What weight do you have in your hand to achieve this balance? Oh, that's right; nothing- which is why you want someone you voted for to intervene for you.
Someone takes hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars of their own money and starts a business; or people buy stock to fund it and own a part of it, and yet you think that you should have a claim as to how this business operates?
If you want "power", then invest the money and hard work and necessary years of background preparation and start your own business. Oh, that's right, you can't, because the thugs whom you keep electing in an effort to get power over things which are not yours, have made it too difficult and expensive to do business in this country, with all their regulations and taxes. Too bad, I would have liked to have seen your employees telling you what to do!
Think of it this way: No one buys a car without expecting to do regular upkeep. If you don't keep the car regularly oiled, the car quits. So you either treat your employees well, or don't start a business in the first place. It's that simple. And if you don't oil us regularly, your engine will quit, as seen with Hostess.
brenda

Glasgow, KY

#9 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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Think of it this way: No one buys a car without expecting to do regular upkeep. If you don't keep the car regularly oiled, the car quits. So you either treat your employees well, or don't start a business in the first place. It's that simple. And if you don't oil us regularly, your engine will quit, as seen with Hostess.
You sound so stupid I don't see how you find your way around your house, let alone in a business. A lot of small business owners I know worked 7 days a week, 18 hours a day and you think you ought to gain from their success?? If you don't like the job you have, move on. You don't sound like an employee that would be missed. Start your own business if you think you could. Not everybody stepped into a business, they sacrificed a lot for what they have. I worked for some 40 plus years, and have seen it all. All this is the government's fault. If I was a small business owner now, I would close the door before I had to deal with your kind of thinking.
Hippy

Lexington, KY

#10 Nov 20, 2012
a reader wrote:
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Small business and the larger ones are having to stop hiring, having to cut back employees, some full time workers are having to be part time; all this because of regulations, obamacare, and many other reasons.
I keep hearing this but have never heard any details.Would you care to cite some of the"regulations"that would cause employers to reduce there number of employees.There have always been people that try to get two days labor for one day's pay and use this as an excuse to get people to work harder for less.
barry

Glasgow, KY

#11 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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I have no jealousy toward anyone. I simply ask for humane and fair treatment, just as my employer asks for the ability to make a profit. Ideally, the two concepts should co-exist. I don't know what motivates you to label me a "bottom feeder" when all I am asking for is what workers have asked for since the beginning of time. Then again, I'm sure you're one of the those who would have opposed Lincoln because he was "taking property (slaves) from the job creators".
Yes, yes you have much jealousy toward your employer (if you actually have a public job) and anyone that owns/operates a business, big or small. Your idea of humane and fair is in your writings...you feel entitled to a million dollar wage at a minimum wage job. There are many gub'ment agencies that ensure a "humane and fair" workplace...maybe you should apply for one of those positions,lol.
As for lincoln and the slaves, I owe neither his dead ass nor the fcking entitlement slaves anything. That was before my taxpaying ass was on this planet but I do enjoy hearing you boot-lips bring that tired old shit back to life when you have no cards left to play....
barry

Glasgow, KY

#12 Nov 20, 2012
Hippy wrote:
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I keep hearing this but have never heard any details.Would you care to cite some of the"regulations"that would cause employers to reduce there number of employees.There have always been people that try to get two days labor for one day's pay and use this as an excuse to get people to work harder for less.
I've heard rumors of "slave drivers" also, would you care to cite some of these employers and what the basis of their asking employees for production might have been??? Did such a horrible thing take place in a tobacco patch or might it have been in one of the local businesses that went bankrupt? The most horrid work i have witnessed in recent years has been at walmart when the welfare cards get recharged!!!
Rumor Mill

Casey, IL

#13 Nov 20, 2012
I'm not citing anything but heres a thought for you.. Say I wanted to open up a salvage store, there's no way I could compete with the Amish. They pay no workmans comp, taxes or insurance. Its the sameway with the Indians buying up all the motels.. Im a single white male that would pay 6-7% interest while they pay around 1 1/2%. You tell me hows thats right?! Its us stupid Americans that let this happen!
what

Glasgow, KY

#14 Nov 20, 2012
barry wrote:
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Yes, yes you have much jealousy toward your employer (if you actually have a public job) and anyone that owns/operates a business, big or small. Your idea of humane and fair is in your writings...you feel entitled to a million dollar wage at a minimum wage job.
No, I stand up for the abused and misused workers of our country, such as the pizza delivery guy making BELOW minimum wage for a very involved, often dangerous and all-around underappreciated job. Or the teachers in our schools, who are sadly underpaid for what is essentially a double job of instructor and babysitter. Many teachers love their jobs and put their everything into it, only to be rewarded with sh!tty pay and (again) underappreciation.
barry

Glasgow, KY

#15 Nov 20, 2012
Rumor Mill wrote:
I'm not citing anything but heres a thought for you.. Say I wanted to open up a salvage store, there's no way I could compete with the Amish. They pay no workmans comp, taxes or insurance. Its the sameway with the Indians buying up all the motels.. Im a single white male that would pay 6-7% interest while they pay around 1 1/2%. You tell me hows thats right?! Its us stupid Americans that let this happen!
Okay, we'll use the amish as an example...just for you. First thing i will point out is you know nothing of how the amish operate or you're full of shit. They [amish] do pay income taxes..fed and state. They do not pay workmans comp insurance as usually their employees are amish...they are smart enough to not hire lazy assed "english" deadbeats. They do hire white/black folks to haul their asses around and pay mileage for that service, which translates to them paying taxes for fuel that operates said vehicles.
Also noteworthy, the amish have their own health insurance that is paid by them within the church group...not subsidized by our welfare entitlement loving gub'ment. They make it work which is more than ANY politician can say, even the magic reggin now controlling this country.
So yes, the amish do, within their communities what our elected officials cannot...run a successful, self sufficient economy.
barry

Glasgow, KY

#16 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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No, I stand up for the abused and misused workers of our country, such as the pizza delivery guy making BELOW minimum wage for a very involved, often dangerous and all-around underappreciated job. Or the teachers in our schools, who are sadly underpaid for what is essentially a double job of instructor and babysitter. Many teachers love their jobs and put their everything into it, only to be rewarded with sh!tty pay and (again) underappreciation.
I respect the delivery workers and appreciate anyone that works and pays taxes. I respect the owner of the pizza business for having the balls to start such a venture and make a go of it.
The fact still remains tho, if the delivery person wants a better wage and job, they have the right to go elsewhere and pursue those things...unlike you who apparently would rather bitchandmoan about the situation.
I know nothing of teachers but i hear the college grads can be had 2 for the price of one. Can't be all bad if you only work half the year...i work year 'round and pay an assload of school taxes without a child in the school system...is that fair? The amish pay school tax, is that fair to them?
Thanks for standing up for us abused and misused taxpayers, it means so much!
what

Glasgow, KY

#17 Nov 20, 2012
barry wrote:
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Can't be all bad if you only work half the year...i work year 'round and pay an assload of school taxes without a child in the school system...is that fair? The amish pay school tax, is that fair to them?
Yes it is, because they are part of the same society as the school system, and school children are our future.
barry

Glasgow, KY

#18 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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Yes it is, because they are part of the same society as the school system, and school children are our future.
Everything is fair to bottom feeders, especially taxing the hell out of working class to support you and your spawn. Stupid fcktards like yourself will be the cause of a certain depression coming very soon, but i think that will be great! Sort of like givin' the good 'ol usa a much needed enema.
Wallace P Dingle

Glasgow, KY

#19 Nov 20, 2012
what wrote:
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. Then again, I'm sure you're one of the those who would have opposed Lincoln because he was "taking property (slaves) from the job creators".
You don't need Lincoln to fight your battles, because there are no chains around your ankles, nor bars on the doors of Walmart or Mickey D's. If you're not content with your wages or treatment, you can leave at any time.

All you are advocating by what you say, is to be unduly enriched by others, above and beyond what the services which you provide are worth.
what wrote:
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Yes it is, because they are part of the same society as the school system, and school children are our future.
Then the future is looking pretty bleak, because these communal government schools are turning out illiterate morons who can barely read; much less think coherently.

The NEA has actually ADMITTED that such is actually their goal, as that is the type of employees businesses desire. So perhaps you should take the matter up with them, as they are partly responsible for inability to operate at normal human capacity. Instead, in typical Stockholm-Syndrome fashion, you instead look to your masters to demand that their slave be given certain wages; benefits; and treatment by the very people whom they groomed you to serve.

This country has become a giant welfare state, with people being paid to sit home and have kids; and to work at a minimal level, while receiving more back in the form of a tax refund than what they paid in; and being guaranteed benefits which they are not capable of earning.

Enjoy the mess that people like yourself have created, because for every person being unduly enriched at the bottom, their is someone in the middle or near the top who is having what they truly earn and deserve taken from them so it can be given to you. The balance has shifted, as we are already past the point where people like you outnumber the others, and if you haven't already noticed, this means that there is less and less pirated money to be spread around to you looters- and it is going to get far worse, as the things you demand are the very things which are causing that scenario.

As Winston Churchill said: "The only virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery".
Wallace P Dingle

Glasgow, KY

#20 Nov 20, 2012
barry wrote:
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Everything is fair to bottom feeders, especially taxing the hell out of working class to support you and your spawn. Stupid fcktards like yourself will be the cause of a certain depression coming very soon, but i think that will be great! Sort of like givin' the good 'ol usa a much needed enema.
Well-said! They're already circling the drain. I can't wait to flush!

They've been dangling too long. The loaf has been pinched off, and they're going down!

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