Saturday March 8, 2014
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Sorry Meria, but it would've been a good law. It would've provided protection to small businesses, the ones most likely to have an objection to being forced to do business with someone who goes against your beliefs. I was sorry to see Gov. Brrewer cave in to large corporations and special interest groups.
Pat, while agree with you that employees can leave if they want, I will tell you that one of my sons is employed there, "gathering baskets" and he, along with the other guys, work there asses off getting those carts inside for customers and they do it in all weather! There are also some really friendly people working there.
Whether people can afford to leave is a different story. What really tugs at my heart strings is that fact that when I've gone to pick my son up after he gets off at 10 or 11 pm, is all of the very elderly ladies who are working there. I'm glad Walmart helps them with jobs, but there are so many that obviously have no other way to support themselves than to work so late at night.
And two things that really upsets me at Walmart are:
The real rub is that when he goes to prison, Mr. Voden will likely get his special diet, claiming some kind of need and the taxpayer will be stuck paying the bill.
Well now, I guess Unity ain't everything.
I have to say that when I email his office, I do get a response. I have been writing, and sometimes cursing my politicians in every state I've lived in since I was 18 - a long time ago. I have to say that all of them, Democrat and Republican, have always respond quickly, no matter how I was treating them - and that includes Paul Gosar.
A good article.
Maybe they could ask the Christian school for a grant since they'll be selling of parts of FES for 10 times what they paid for it. Then again, maybe we ought to swap out the school board with the Christian school board - at least they had vision enough to see a good deal and make a profit off of it. The school board, not so much.
And when that mercury poisons all of our groundwater, we'll really be in trouble. The Gov't simply should not have the authority to ban things it doesn't like or that aren't popular. But they've taken that power unto themselves and we're going to pay for it.
Well said, Don, very well said. And there are even worse things in our society than what you mentioned, that should scare the crap out of every true American.
"I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever." - Thomas Jefferson
Your comment is spot on. It's what many of the people who post comments here on the Roundup website have been saying for a long time - and rightly so. Bad leadership at the top is ruining the kids education and sapping the will of the staff to do their jobs.
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