Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by fred smith can shove it, Apr 3, 2014.
Labor is entitled to all it creates!
After it pays for its use of someone else's land and capital.
OK, Mr. GOP.
What does that have to do with GOP? It's a basic understanding of commerce and human behavior.
GOP has everything to do with the exploitation of labor.
You seem to think that labor is entitled to the free use of someone else's land and capital.
And you seem to think that "someone else" gets to pay little to nothing for labor.
Labor doesn't have to participate if it doesn't like the terms and "someone else" isn't obliged to pay more for the labor than it is worth.
What about when "someone else" rigs the system so he can keep unions out and wages low? No one particular in mind.
correct. if you do not believe him, watch Ben-Hur, the whole movie is Charlton Heston ( notice the capital letters for his name) and labor rowing the boat.
hey fred, if you want ramming speed, do it yourself.
And democrats don't?
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I'm glad the people who fought W.W. II did not believe this way. I like getting up on Sundays and being able to go to Church and PRAY to GOD without someone telling me I can't.
fred rams us all the time, but you're right. If we all just sat on our bumpers one morning, fred would be up Shat Creek. He can row in circles (he is anyway).
Kmart sux. So does walmart.
Well, thankfully labor has NEVER seen any laws that rig the system in its favor.
Go for it.
Labor is supposed to have the right to organize and collectively bargain in this country. While that right technically still exists, realistically it has been taken away with GOP maneuvering and tactics like Smith's RLA exemption, which amount to a war on unions.
If everyone would do it, it would work. But they won't.
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