Post A Reply
Allstocks.com's Bulletin Board
Off-Topic Post, Non Stock Talk
Walmart Holding Canned Food Drive For Its Own Underpaid Employees
» Post A Reply
Post A Reply
HTML is enabled.
UBB Code™ is enabled.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by CashCowMoo: [QB] [QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [qb] i wasn't joking wheni posted that te most pattriotic act i could do for my country would be to go to China and become a union organiser.. i'm neutral on the quality of Unions... a good union is an asset to managemetn and actually decreases managemtn costs. they train employees and look after safety issues... bad unions are no differnt from bad management... and i don't beleive that 'bad" unions destroy good companies any more than i believe that well run companies even need unions... after all of that? i bleive in our Constitution whihc most certainly granted US citizens the right to organise into Unions if we wish... the new Pope is impressing me with his attitudes, and i'm not a Catholic, i'm not going to convert because of him (or at least it i don't expect to right now) but what he is saying about unfettered capitalism is "a new tyranny" is dead on... hell it is not even new.. the Romans were unfettered capitaists, to teh point of subjugating most of the western world.... i dunno what a good balance is... i know that you need customers with money inorder to be a successful Capitalsit, that menas somebody has t make more than enough moeny to feed, clothe and house themsleves.. food in the USA is NOT a Capitalist enterprise, and hasn't been since the last depression whne th eFarmers went bust... it actually can't work as a true capitalistic program either becuase of the way monoculture works... [/qb][/QUOTE]"i wasn't joking wheni posted that te most pattriotic act i could do for my country would be to go to China and become a union organiser" Im sure that would go over real well with the "party". [/QB][/QUOTE]
Instant UBB Code™
What is UBB Code™?
Disable Graemlins in this post.
*** Click here to review this topic. ***
Allstocks.com Message Board Home
© 1997 - 2013 Allstocks.com. All rights reserved.