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Short-sighted Petulance

zwheaton Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:22 PM
Shut up fool. Wal-mart employees already rely on government benefits... their wages are too low to earn a living as it is. Why don't you try working there and raising a family before your hoity toity butt gripes about anything.
Huskie Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:18 AM
okay so the answer is??? OH yes everyone makes the same amount, has a car, a house, food, TV's, cell phones, etc.
Okay and what does that mean ???? Marxist dictator government control is that what you want? OH and one more thing I don't see any of your lefties giving away their money or adding a few extra thousand/million when they pay taxes.......let's see GE paid no taxes for 2011------hmmmmmm
when Pelosi Reid Kerry etc give away more than half their money they don't need it all..they are worth MILLIONS....................then call me okay?
Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 12:42 AM
Show me where ANY employee without a high school education can make a living wage?

Not that all Wal-Mart's employees don't have a high school education but it's one of the places where those who do NOT can get a decent job and be productive.

You seem to think it's an employer's responsibility to ensure all their employees have all life's contingencies met by virtue of the fact that they employ them.

You're living in a fantasy land like all Liberals who think that with the right manipulation all of the consequences of living in this earthly realm can be alleviated and will all live happily ever after.
Rational-Monopoly Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:27 PM
If you cant afford a family, dont have one. No one has a right to a lifestyle bud.

Hostess employees insisted on continuing a strike, even as management noted that the company couldn't survive a prolonged union action. Now the employees won't have jobs at all, as their action has forced the company to liquidate.

On Black Friday, some Wal-Mart employees are planning on staging a walkout to protest alleged retaliation for employees who criticize the company. (Not surprisingly, union organizers -- angry that Wal-Mart isn't unionized -- are behind a lot of the controversy.)

Perhaps what all these petulant employees don't realize is that companies are in business to earn a profit.  If they can't, there...