Friday, October 29, 2010

Another sample of Pot and Kettle

A number of liberal websites are enraged that a McDonald's in Canton, Ohio included a campaign leaflet in their paychecks.

Where's their outrage about unions contributing to Democrats with members' dues money? It might have been in bad taste to tell employees that:
If the right people are elected we will be able to continue with raises and benefits at or above our current levels. If others are elected we will not.

As always who you vote for is completely your personal decision and many factors go into your decision.

The following candidates are the ones we believe will help our business move forward.

John Kasich for Governor

Rob Portman for Senate

Jim Renacci for Congress
As I say, it might have been politically incorrect, but I'm not aware that employers are now exempted from the First Amendment. Given the economic effects of Obama's agenda, the statement isn't really a misstatement. The only thing that I seriously question is his use of the McDonald's logo at the top. The McDonald's corporate HQ might not like the message to represent corporate policy.

Here in Utah, I've noticed that a lot of the employees at McDonald's are ESL students. They speak to each other in Spanish and some have trouble pronouncing English words. I wonder how much of their earnings get sent home to Mexico.

No objection to subsidizing the economy of Mexico from the left, though. All they would like is for these workers to vote for Democrats. Rules be damned.

Need I point out that if they were part of a large union, they'd be getting anti-business propaganda every month, and have their dues, basically another payroll tax, directed where the union bosses want them to go. Even if they drove McDonald's out of business, they'd seek bailouts to preserve the union while the company's investors get the shaft.

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