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Wal-Mart vs. the Mob

rightmostofthetime Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 2:04 AM
Thanks for demonstrating the ignorance of the left, cane toad. People are paid according to what they're worth. A CEO can make or break a large company, and it can mean billions one way or the other for the company. Wouldn't you want the best of these kind of people for your company? I'll just bet you're one of those people who think teachers should be paid the same as NFL players. Supply and demand. Supply and demand.
Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 8:23 AM
People are paid what the JOB is worth.
if they are paid more than what the JOB is worth,then the company loses money. Prices for the product or service cannot be raised indefinitely,to meet the overpay for the workers.At some point,consumers don't buy the overpriced product,the company fails,and then the employee is not needed.
the employer decides what the job is worth,the employee has the choice to take it or leave it.
Black Friday always brings out the worst: long lines, short tempers and random outbreaks of shoppers' rage. This year, Big Labor will ratchet up the Strikesgiving tension with professional grievance-mongers and workers picketing at 1,000 Wal-Mart stores nationwide.

Attention, Wal-Mart directors: Mob appeasement never works. They've tried repeatedly to stave off union thuggery through political "partnerships" and capitulation. It has failed and failed and failed.

As you may recall, the discount retail giant shocked many observers in 2009 when it announced it was embracing the principles of President Obama's federal health care mandate. The nation's largest private (and non-union) employer was...