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'You didn't build that"

 

If Hillary becomes prez she will pick up where Obama left off.

 

Hillary's comment at a recent rally...

 

“Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” the former Secretary of State said.

 

 

Considering how unpopular Obama is, this comment by Hillary will haunt her. People will see her as a continuation of Obama.

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'You didn't build that"

 

If Hillary becomes prez she will pick up where Obama left off.

 

Hillary's comment at a recent rally...

 

“Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” the former Secretary of State said.

 

 

Considering how unpopular Obama is, this comment by Hillary will haunt her. People will see her as a continuation of Obama.

 

Corporations and businesses do make jobs, the people who start them do take risks, etc... all true.

 

However, they DIDN'T do it alone. From every pawn to every knight at their disposal, they have all helped to build that company into what it is. Corporate entities tend to forget this and they owe it to their people to ensure they're taken care of. Instead many do the opposite of this, they take and take even as they profit while making no efforts to streamline business in more efficient ways or cut costs towards the upper-echelon who get far more than what they need or often times deserve.

 

The problem today is that it's become too one-sided. People should be more adequately paid, no one should ever not be able to live a minimalist lifestyle when working for multi-billion dollar entities, period. Doesn't matter if its the service industry or Walmart.

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Corporate entities tend to forget this and they owe it to their people to ensure they're taken care of.

They pay the employees for work performed.

Instead many do the opposite of this, they take and take even as they profit while making no efforts to streamline business in more efficient ways or cut costs towards the upper-echelon who get far more than what they need or often times deserve.

Corporations are constantly searching for ways to streamline and become more efficient. Upper echelon management works under a negotiated contract that must be approved by the directors. Performance sections of the contract must be adhered to and if performance falls short the exec. is fired. You do not determine what management gets. The board of directors determines what management gets by negotiation. You do not determine what management needs or deserves. The board of directors determines this.

The problem today is that it's become too one-sided. People should be more adequately paid, no one should ever not be able to live a minimalist lifestyle when working for multi-billion dollar entities, period. Doesn't matter if its the service industry or Walmart.

People are paid by the value of the work performed. If a person feels that their efforts for the company are not valued high enough they can quit and work for a company that will pay them more for the value the company receives. If a person feels that they live a minimalist lifestyle for the work performed it is up to the person to educate themselves into a better lifestyle. Minimalist lifestyle to you may be a godsend to a person that is unemployed and is able to find any job. You do not determine what a minimalist lifestyle is. The person working determines this.

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Corporate entities tend to forget this and they owe it to their people to ensure they're taken care of.

They pay the employees for work performed.

Instead many do the opposite of this, they take and take even as they profit while making no efforts to streamline business in more efficient ways or cut costs towards the upper-echelon who get far more than what they need or often times deserve.

Corporations are constantly searching for ways to streamline and become more efficient. Upper echelon management works under a negotiated contract that must be approved by the directors. Performance sections of the contract must be adhered to and if performance falls short the exec. is fired. You do not determine what management gets. The board of directors determines what management gets by negotiation. You do not determine what management needs or deserves. The board of directors determines this.

The problem today is that it's become too one-sided. People should be more adequately paid, no one should ever not be able to live a minimalist lifestyle when working for multi-billion dollar entities, period. Doesn't matter if its the service industry or Walmart.

People are paid by the value of the work performed. If a person feels that their efforts for the company are not valued high enough they can quit and work for a company that will pay them more for the value the company receives. If a person feels that they live a minimalist lifestyle for the work performed it is up to the person to educate themselves into a better lifestyle. Minimalist lifestyle to you may be a godsend to a person that is unemployed and is able to find any job. You do not determine what a minimalist lifestyle is. The person working determines this.

 

I hate to say this but all I'm hearing is a bunch of capitalist propaganda that blatantly ignores a myriad of factors. Like for instance...

 

A minimalist lifestyle is being able to buy a junker car. Being able to have a junker apartment with some kind of roof over your head. Having some kind of healthcare coverage so you don't croak the first goddamn time you come down with something. To have enough money to buy some food and some clothes when necessary. Basically things of necessity that many jobs out there can't provide. So what do people end up doing? Working 2-3 jobs instead of 1, wasting away slaving for assholes who don't deserve that kind of toil for what they're paying out.

 

Guess what? They ain't got time to go to school. They ain't got time do much besides bust their ass and survive. Hell school a lot of the time is a good way just to get in a huge amount of debt if you don't know what you're doing. So unless you've got assistance or made ALL the right moves earlier on in life and had the support structure of a functioning family unit, you're probably screwed and stuck in a self-perpetuating cycle that is only getting worse with each passing year because let's face it... RICH MOTHER FUCKERS DON'T WANT YOU TO SUCCEED AND THEY SURE AS HELL DON'T WANT TO PAY YOU.

 

So let's stop bullshitting ourselves and stop pretending that things aren't so bad. That the greedy somehow aren't inherently greedy and here to screw you. Then we might be able to have a real discussion.

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'You didn't build that"

 

If Hillary becomes prez she will pick up where Obama left off.

 

Hillary's comment at a recent rally...

 

“Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” the former Secretary of State said.

 

 

Considering how unpopular Obama is, this comment by Hillary will haunt her. People will see her as a continuation of Obama.

“Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs"

 

Fukkin hag. No, they just employ people. That' so much different, Hickory the idiot..

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