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Should all American Workers Walk off the Job?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by tomana, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. tomana

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    Why? American workers who have jobs should be happy they have jobs. I ask the Lord to bless my employer and am thankful. Even though work is slower than usual right now, I am still happy to be working and having benefits.

    Years ago, I was taught that a piece of the pie is better than no pie.
     
  3. Borneol

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    Well, the longshoreman's strike might not turn out well for the well paid workers. With LA's port largely closed, many containers headed to Mexico. This could have been why the strike was short lived.

    "Memo To Strikers: You Could Have Killed Your Own Job"

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    Read More At IBD: http://news.investors.com/ibd-edito...ort-strike-sent-jobs-abroad.htm#ixzz2EOwYwTPl
     
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    The unions are very adept at killing the "GOLDN EGG LAYING GOOSE".
    Trouble is, the masses think that "daddy is taking care of me"!
    If it were not for the liberal support via governmental regs by Dems, most unions would have been either kaput OR fulfilling their original mission of truly working for the "worker", rather than the bosses and politicians.
    PITY!!!!!
     
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    Unionized labor's version of Atlas Shrugged.:rolleyes:
     
  6. tomana

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    LadyEagle,

    I agree.

    Just happened to get a job today, first full time permanent job I've had since 2007 :jesus:
     
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