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    The right for employers to listen

    The speech made by a president yesterday,

    "Employees must be given the right to DEMAND better wages and the right to DEMAND better working conditions and the right for employers to liste

    Sounds more like a union boss to me.

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    If he had more brains than the average 4 year old he would have added: "and those very same employees have a responsibility to continue working while they enjoy their right to negotiate without violence and intimidation"
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    It's called pandering for votes. When it comes to voters, employees hopelessly outnumber employers.

    Of course, employers are good for tax revenue, but they're a captive market and have to cough up anyway.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ians View Post
    The speech made by a president yesterday,

    "Employees must be given the right to DEMAND better wages and the right to DEMAND better working conditions and the right for employers to listen
    Where has Zumpie been all these years? They already have the right, but do we have the right to choose a better president?
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