posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 02:10 PM
reply to post by incoserv
The president has to give a formal response to any that have signed over 25,000, which right now I believe is Texas and one other state.
Boo Hoo, this is just the republicans crying because they aren't happy with the actions. What crappy is when poor people get stepped on no body
listens. Changes need to be made, and I don't think we need ANOTHER tax break for corporate america. They need to quit thier pissing and moaning
and man up to reality. With money comes responsibility. With employees comes responsibility.
Republicans have punished the fact that you can make more profit by paying your employee less, so most of them pay crappy wages. Even if its an entry
level job, its still a person that needs food and shelter, utilities, car, gas, medical, clohing. They EXPECT you to have these things because they
demand you show up on time for every shift, but they don't want to pay you enough money to make it possible.
Back a few years ago around 2007, we had a spike in our economy followed with a dip, people filed unemployment because it paid more than an minimum
wage job, so employers cut hours so that they would no longer have to pay into that fund. People were striking in essence, and the employers fought
Now they are being forced to pay for our health care, and they don't want to do that either.
So I have to ask, what exactly do they want to pay for? I can't figure it out. We need to put an end to slavery and people need to be paid decent
wages, and have health care, and unimployment compensatation. These are the responsibilities that go along with running a business, if you can't
handle it, maybe you shouldn't be in business.