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“Breaking the spell”

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#36108 Feb 16, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Blah blah blah... Growing tired of your nonsense so will go take care of a few honey do's before the snow accumulates...
No rebutal again? I knew you could not find the words.

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#36109 Feb 16, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
Liberty is died for Americans as both major political parties decided to abandon the Rule of Law and resurrect the political philosophy known as the Divine Right of Kings.
In the Republican Party, we saw the GOP Establishment stack the rules committee to pass rules that make grassroots participation even more difficult.
In the Democratic Party, we saw the Democrat Establishment blatantly lie about the outcome of a vote regarding the mention of God and Jerusalem in their platform.
These two Un-American acts by both major political parties demonstrated to Americans that our political parties no longer represent us but rather manage us like livestock. They are support by social parasites who want to use government violence to force our families into state slavery. When their duplicity fails, they resort to the philosophy of “Murder Americans it is the Right thing to do”.
"Murder Americans"? What in the hell are you ranting about?

“Breaking the spell”

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#36110 Feb 16, 2013
Allen wrote:
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As usual there are two sides to every story. This is the side told to you second hand by your sweet little future son-in-law. Little white collar, brown nosing Joe who has probably never had his hands dirty a day in his life. In reality he is the one complaining because he has had to come out of his comfort zone and do some honest work for a change. Key words here "all the over time they wanted" which means not required. When not enough signed up for over time to cover the work little saleried Joe had to put down the coffee cup or risk a pink slip for himself. Other key words, "he HAD to come in". He was not given a choice right?
As I said to Bacon, I would not jump to the conclusion you did about the supervisor. But I did just take note you showed how he "had" to do the work. As I pointed out, the business made him do the work instead of hiring.
The argument the republicans keep making is, leave the businesses alone and they will hire. Yet this example shows they will not on all so many occasions.
This example shows me the business is making money and growing, yet will not hire new people. They just work the salaried employees more so they do not have to hire more people.

“Breaking the spell”

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#36111 Feb 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Taxpayer what is happening in America is the rise of something worse than communism.Churchill said socialism and communism meant"sharing the misery equally", America is fast losing itself in a miasma of rules and regulations designed to monitor every aspect of a citizens life, while draining money out of them at the same time.The plutocracy is endlessly greedy for more power, attorneys rule the landscape, our politicians,a cynical lot, take jobs and money from the lobbyists as though it were their right.
So you are on board with Taxpayer and his doomsday crap, you just do not wish to call it communism?
Go build a bunker.

“Breaking the spell”

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#36112 Feb 16, 2013
TSF wrote:
Chuck Hagel is an American hero for speaking out against starting a war based on the lies of his teammates. Now, reublikans are attacking honest republicans for being honest. This comes just days after supporting violence against women. Republikans are truely the stupid paty.
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The lesson to all republicans is, lie about your party and never speak out if you disagree with your party.
Note how Bacon refused to condemn Silver? She knows a republican is not supposed to speak out against other republicans.

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#36113 Feb 16, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> So a "worker" can voice his grievance with no consequence? Isn't this "changing his image" of the company? Doesn't this freedom also have consequences of the action? Sounds contradicting to your former post! Must be that grey area you speak of!
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<quoted text>There are also laws that say overtime pays time and a half of ones normal wages. The little man is well compensated for his time. Sounds like the little man only wants the money when it's convenient to him. That's fine, just don't bitch when you want/need the money and the hours aren't available. Don't like it, to bad. When you sign the front of the check, then you can decide when you make the money!
Guess it all depends upon how much they are complaining. In the case of the actor, he was complaining in the mass media.
Now were the employees in Bacon's example hurting the company? How vocal were they even being? We do not know, as Bacon has not made a claim on this. For all we know it could just be rumors in the grapevine. For all we know the grapevine has been exaggerated.
Can the employer fire them? Probably,but is it the right thing to do? Is it moral? Is it productive?
We really do not know the situation, but again, you seem to think the worst of the employee.

Again I ask, why not just hire more people and thus help with the unemployment problem? Clearly this is not happening in this situation. They just worked the guy more and gave him(supervisor) more and gave him no more money to do so.

“Breaking the spell”

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#36114 Feb 16, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Here, here. Looks like he's not the only one with a heavy flow day!!
Wow. So you evidently take no offense to that sexist insult? You are no Chuck Hagel.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

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#36115 Feb 16, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>So you are on board with Taxpayer and his doomsday crap, you just do not wish to call it communism?
Go build a bunker.
I'm on board with the fact that things are getting worse, not better.I don't need a bunker for that.Neither do I think either party has any solutions.

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#36116 Feb 16, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> So a "worker" can voice his grievance with no consequence? Isn't this "changing his image" of the company? Doesn't this freedom also have consequences of the action? Sounds contradicting to your former post! Must be that grey area you speak of!
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<quoted text>There are also laws that say overtime pays time and a half of ones normal wages. The little man is well compensated for his time. Sounds like the little man only wants the money when it's convenient to him. That's fine, just don't bitch when you want/need the money and the hours aren't available. Don't like it, to bad. When you sign the front of the check, then you can decide when you make the money!
I am sure your kind opposed the overtime laws. Before these laws, the businesses just worked the little man for eighteen hour days for no increase in pay.
Should I mention how in those days they had no laws on breaks,thus the employees often got no breaks?
Should I mention how there were no safety laws, thus employees often died or were maimed at work?
Should I mention how there were no minimum wages, thus the worker was paid pennies per hour?
Should I mention how there were no laws on child labor, thus elementary aged kids worked eighteen hour days and did not go to school.

Fact is, you wish to take us back to these days. It is barbaric and third world.

“Vote”

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#36117 Feb 16, 2013
What's wrong with America? Monied interests have the ear of our lawmakers, to the detriment of average citizens.Of course I'm talking about lobbyists.

“Breaking the spell”

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#36118 Feb 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I'm on board with the fact that things are getting worse, not better.I don't need a bunker for that.Neither do I think either party has any solutions.
It does not sound like you have any solutions.
Voltare

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#36119 Feb 16, 2013
Gail we both need waco, he's a sex machine, but I refuse to let you near him, you have enough on your plate with your terminal acne and rotting teeth.If only he'd talk to me!

“Breaking the spell”

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#36120 Feb 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
What's wrong with America? Monied interests have the ear of our lawmakers, to the detriment of average citizens.Of course I'm talking about lobbyists.
I can agree that is a problem, but what is to be done to fix it?
Having some problems does not mean all it going to hell in a handbasket. Utopia cannot exist.

“Vote”

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#36121 Feb 16, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>I can agree that is a problem, but what is to be done to fix it?
Having some problems does not mean all it going to hell in a handbasket. Utopia cannot exist.
look around Mike.We're far from utopia.Something has to be done to give regular Americans a fighting chance against lobbyists with pockets full of cash, and the first thing that needs to be done is the formation of a grass roots effort to limit the access of lobbyists to Congress.

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#36122 Feb 16, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Which is why Joe sits behind the desk in the first place and is well compensated because when needed, he does come in. The little man bitches and doesn't want to work, then bitches when he can't get overtime! When the little man signs the front of the check, then he can decide when he makes money!
I am sure your last sentence here was said when any and all labor laws were up for a vote.
If we had it your way, kids would still be working eighteen hour days in dangerous conditions for pennies like third world countries.

It sounded to me as if "Joe" was the one bitching about working for no extra pay. If he was so well compensated, why was he bitching?

But the bigger question I see everyone on your team refuses to address is, why does the company not hire when they got the big new contract?

The fact you guys refuse to address this is the smoking gun to the flaws of your philosophy.

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#36123 Feb 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> look around Mike.We're far from utopia.Something has to be done to give regular Americans a fighting chance against lobbyists with pockets full of cash, and the first thing that needs to be done is the formation of a grass roots effort to limit the access of lobbyists to Congress.
I am sure many grass roots endeavors are trying to do this. You could start one or help one yourself if you think this is such a big problem. So why have you not done so?

“Breaking the spell”

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#36124 Feb 16, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
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It is not 150 it is a total of 185,000 added to costs over the past 6 years. Nice try on the con-job obviously you don’t run a business. You can plow your 150 smoke up your communist minded DA.
So this company is clearly large, yet they are going to fire three people over 150 bucks a week? You are only making your case look weaker.

“Vote”

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Houston

#36125 Feb 16, 2013
Mike Du wrote:
<quoted text>I am sure many grass roots endeavors are trying to do this. You could start one or help one yourself if you think this is such a big problem. So why have you not done so?
I'm checking several leads.Before I give money and time, its wise to make sure its legit.

“Breaking the spell”

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#36126 Feb 16, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, good example. The owner of the company I'm referring to is good to his employees. He gives good raises and pays a good hourly salary and it's like it's not enough. They have a benefits package to die for and I just can't understand what is enough for people, especially in our present economy. My mom and dad always told me a "job is not a right, it's a privilege" and I believe that's a good motto.
Can you explain why the company did not hire new people due to the new big contract?Why did they just make your friend do all the new work with no extra pay? Who is pocketing the extra cash?
waco1909

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#36127 Feb 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Gail we both need emlu, she's a fat ass sex machine, but I refuse to let you near her, you have enough on your plate with your terminal acne and rotting teeth.If only she'd talk to me!
emlu, it wasn't me going around telling everyone you have 20 moons revolving around you. I know for a fact you have 43 moons revolving around your fat ass and astronomers are discovering new moons all the time. Got to go,Jupiter,I've got someone who wants to get into my blackhole.

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