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Fire Their Asses September 11, 2014

Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
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Oh there is so much to rant about…

Let’s talk about this minimum wage/fast food workers issue. Workers want to get paid more, they say the minimum wage is not a ‘liveable’ wage.

Yesterday, Chipotle was forced to close one of its restaurants in College Station, PA when the staff walked out over “borderline sweatshop conditions.” According to a corporate spokesman: “Our Penn State restaurant was closed when a few employees quit, locking out a majority of others who are enthusiastic to return to work,” Chris Arnold, a spokesman for Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., said in an e-mail. The store reopened this afternoon, he said. strikeWorkers are free to choose to accept a company’s wages or not. The free market system, the best that has ever been devised, assures the market sets the value of worker’s toil. What these workers don’t understand is their worth is proportionate to the value they provide the company. Simply put, they have a grossly inflated sense of self-worth. Fast food service jobs are entry level. For most, they provide the opportunity to learn the skill sets that will hopefully serve them well in their climb up any career ladder.

Enterprising employees who display aptitude and desire are almost always rewarded with increases in pay and advancement within the ranks. It is simply delusional for the employees who do not display exceptionalism to think they are due an increase just because they can’t live a better lifestyle than their current wage provides.

We are in this situation because of liberalism. Liberals preach equality regardless of ability and self-responsibility. Several generations have been indoctrinated with this poisonous thought.

If capitalism is to survive we must destroy the myth that everyone is entitled to whatever their neighbor has. Nine out of ten times, that neighbor works faster, harder and smarter and is deserving of everything they have.

Stop coveting and start working. Oh and while you’re at it, graduate high school, stop having babies at 17 and emulate successful people in your actions and thoughts.

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