posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 10:47 PM
Truth Hunter, this isn't a presidential issue. It is a departmental issue. It is a corporate issue. Yes, it is a shame that a gaurdsman has to grovel
for a job he or she already had before being sent to Iraq. Yes, the job should be protected, but, it isn't an issue that the president can control,
for the most part. Imagine you are a business owner and have an employee who has been sent to Iraq for a year. Now, you have customers to satisfy,
therefore, you must hire someone to take the gaurdsman's place for a time. Your employee ends up being gone for 6 months to a year. Now, this temp
employee does a magnificent job. Customers are happy. Business is booming. Is it fair for the temp employee to get forced out of a job, either, now
that the gaurdsman is back?
Enough on that, though...reread the article you posted and see if you can get the gist of it, instead of jumping to conclusions that the US workforce
is such a corrupt place.