Another day of my paid 4 weeks vacation, thanks to my "forced dues" I gladly pay to my union for all the benefits I receive because we negotiate as one voice instead of many. It is much more efficient, Democratic and patriotic to do that way.
PS My dues are cheap at twice the price.
Looks like I got you, when you fall to personal attacks you have lost the argument. Next time ardsley come better prepared, you are a very weak debater.
Your flailing Ardsley, with this dribble. Are you always this bad at proving your point or in your desperation of wanting to be right falling into just plain babble.
Lesson 1, when making your point, stay on topic and with in the subject matter at hand.
I see you have very poor reading comprehension skills. I never mention or inferred entitlement but instead alluded to exceptionally low wages that WMT workers have to work with. I think it is your problem not mine.
Even after all the bad press over Americas' national holiday Walmart is still trying to deceive Americans with falsely marketed sweatshop merchandise.
Ardsley I would guess you are referring to that 'union mindset" of working an getting paid for your time as opposed the Walmart mindset of working and not getting paid, because you can get welfare instead.
I guess it sucks not being able to be right and have a Christian outlook instead of a Walmart anti-American , anti-Christian stance.
Just a message to every WMT worker as to what the American rights that WMT refuses to let you have. It called freedom of assembly. One voice is good but many voice get things done, just like WMT management does to you.
Oh its my community and Christian service. I care about the plight of others especially the poor WMT workers. I mean they live in He**. Oppressive and abusive management pay that needs welfare to make ends meed. It's flat out disgusting how WMT treats them. How are these people ever going to retire on ten bucks an hour..
No I think they should be able to afford housing, transportation and food from their paycheck, not just one or two of the three.
I think you are on the wrong board. If I were you I would be more concerned as to why Walmart not only consistently breaks teh wage laws but uses billions of welfare as subsidizes for it vastly underpaid workforce.
As a poster who has tried for years to justify WMT use of welfare for their vastly underpaid workers and their vast offshore holding to avoid taxes . I think you have no room to complain about other companies. At least GE pays their workers bonuses and living wages.
So your right blame management, not the workers for GM problems. Just like Walmart, management is to blame not the workers.
General Electric Co. said Wednesday that a contract offer heading to union locals for a vote will result in $15,500 in extra wages and cash payments over the four years of the agreement, plus better pension and retirement benefits.
Why scrap welfare just because WMT abuses the system. Maybe people who can't work or have problems need and deserve the system. Walmart is hugely profitable and certainly has the means to stop using welfare as p[art of their workers pay. Cut the dividend if that is what it takes, a much fairer solution for every American taxpayer.
Well she in the lead this early on, so it has to be a high mark. Time will tell, but the GOP candidate field is crowed, very confused and confusing.
If it wasn't for all the public exposure of Walmarts bad business practices from the press and unions the pay wouldn't be close to being that high.