I guess when I go to work, I get to set my own wages, have four hour breaks, get to work in the same building that my kids do daycare, and have guaranteed summers, holidays, evenings, weekends, and comp time for school off, according to this dude, because those are the conditions I would choose to work under. I want to go live in Tea Party Nation.
Unfortunately, however, he does not acknowledge my right to choose NOT to work, just who to work for. And I am completely free to choose, in a marketplace of employers, who will give me the best deal. As a worker, I guess I get to play employers off against one another...
Excuse me. What a fantasyland that lunatic lives in! I once read that a Socialist fights for the freedom that a Libertarian already wrongly thinks we have.
Now we watch to see how many states fall all over themselves to cut their own throats, revenue-wise, to give all these companies who want to reshore tax havens in their states to attract the companies. And then we watch republican governors claim all the jobs "they" created by eliminating labor rights, decent wages and benefits and unions in their states. It's maddening.
If it's good enough to do with the Bible, why not do it with an Atheist "philosopher"?
So yeah, it is no surprise the brand was getting wrecked: it was the business decisions of those at the top which were responsible, as they made sure that they always got theirs first. They took theirs off the top, so to speak.
Because we have what's called secular government, you know, the kind of government that doesn't say "If you're not [insert religious denomination here], then you're dead."
It's funny, I don't hear anyone, anywhere, talking about how the mere existence of medical insurance (especially provided by the government) flies in the face of Christian Science beliefs. By his logic, no one should have insurance, because Christian Scientists might get offended.
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