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politics He Had a Dream (MLK). We Got a Nightmare

He Had a Dream (MLK). We Got a Nightmare - politics

He Had a Dream We Got a Nightmare

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#45254 Created August 25, 2013
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politics Fast-food companies can afford to pay a living wage

Fast-food companies can afford to pay a living wage - politics

It's a mystery to me why some people have no sympathy for the plight of the fast food workers. Yes, it's a good entry level job for the young, but not so good for adults needing to support a family. Unfortunately the good-paying manufacturing jobs have been shipped overseas and replaced by low-paying service jobs with little to no benefits. Many of these workers hold two or three jobs to make ends meet. Some are at retirement age but cannot afford to retire. In order to improve their lot in life they have organized to press for a living wage. The fast food moguls claim their profit margins are too thin to afford this extravagance. If this is true, how did McDonald's CEO rake in $13.8 million last year? In contrast, how is it In-N-Out starts its employees at $10.50 an hour and provides them medical benefits, paid vacations and a 401(k) plan. In Australia McDonald's pays the equivalent of $14.50 an hour. This raised menu items by a mere 70 cents, not double as had been claimed. So it is feasible to raise salaries. Why are some people so deadset against workers getting a living wage, but do not mind a CEO getting $13.8 million a year? The workers are only asking for a fair share of the pie. I don't think this is too much to ask.

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fgd051943 - November 14, 2013, 4:35 pm, #62287
You knew what the job paid and what the working conditions were when you hired on. If you don't have the intelligence, talent, or skills to make more, change jobs. If you can't or don't, you are probably being paid what you are worth. Maybe more.
JGalt - August 22, 2013, 11:26 pm, #58452
And then the Democrats write Obamacare- which allows these companies to cut hours to cut health benefits.
Ron2 - August 22, 2013, 3:28 pm, #58440
Raise salaries and like it always happens... the price of goods and services go up. It always happens. Not just sometimes. Always.


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#44939 Created August 21, 2013
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politics Why are we putting the IRS in charge of Health care?

Why are we putting the IRS in charge of Health care? - politics

The totally partisan unionized Democrats of the IRS have been very busy lately. They were actively suppressing the voices of political opponents, with denial and harassment of conservative groups, seeking the proper tax status to take part in the political process. They succeeded in helping re-elect Obama, without any consequence for their illegal actions, and continue to silence opposition today. They are recruiting "navigators" from their vast Democrat community organizing groups, who are not subjected to background screening, so even felons may be taking our sensitive data. Since the IRS recently "inadvertently" posted over 100,000 Americans' Social Security numbers on their website, an illegal breach of privacy, it's frightening that we will be forced to give their navigators all of our financial data including social numbers, income, and all asset information, to determine each individual's cost of Obamacare and eligibility for subsidies. The Data Hub will connect seven agencies, including HHS, IRS, DHS, and DOD…which is a mystery why our health and wealth information have any reason to be connected to Homeland Security and the Defense Department! But then, all dictators know that in order to "control the people" you need only get control of health care. Considering that medical records mistakes doubled from 2010-2011, which have already cost some their life, and reports that 80 percent of medical bills contain errors, the "Data Hub" that is months behind schedule is incomplete and unsecured will not only be a hacker's heaven, but may cost many lives in the chaos. It's no surprise that Congress, their staff, unions and the IRS itself have been given waivers and exemptions from Obamacare. What better way to eliminate any opponents, than to control who receives care and/or subsidies? The IRS should stand for Illegal Revolution Soldiers – it's the Alinsky rule.

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#44654 Created August 18, 2013
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politics CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRAT SPENDING HABITS EXPOSED

CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRAT SPENDING HABITS EXPOSED - politics

CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRAT SPENDING HABITS EXPOSED

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StoneTools - October 1, 2013, 9:31 am, #60334
http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/budget/news/2011/07/06/10041/a-historical-perspective-on-defense-budgets/
StoneTools - October 1, 2013, 9:30 am, #60333
Uh, no he didn't. The defense budget when clinton swore in was (in millions) 435,347 and when he left it was 412,397. That seems like it went down, not up.
Scramblus - October 1, 2013, 1:39 am, #60330
Well except Clinton increased military spending by $124 billion. Oops. Sloppy, lazy and stupid.
foxrecon19d - July 26, 2013, 7:36 pm, #57686
The 10th of September, 2001 is when the Democrats had the national defense right where they wanted it to be. For years, we warned the Clinton administration that we did not have the ability to defend America because of his defense cuts..
terroraustralis - July 26, 2013, 7:21 pm, #57685
nice poster but the last line kills it. the US needs to go back to the 10th of september 2001, back when the constitution was actually listened to.


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#43216 Created July 26, 2013
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politics Being black doesn't make it legal to beat up a 'creepy cracker'

Being black doesn't make it legal to beat up a 'creepy cracker' - politics

Idiots want what they think is justice for someone who assaulted another person, by protesting and committing crimes I'll bet they don't think they should be served justice for their crimes either.

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StoneTools - July 21, 2013, 3:50 pm, #57586
the exception being that the one who died was white, not "white hispanic"
StoneTools - July 21, 2013, 3:49 pm, #57585
Does this sound like the same case, but with the colors of the individuals reversed? http://rochester.ynn.com/content/top_stories/490926/jury-finds-roderick-scott-not-guilty/


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