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  •  Mass CEO tantrum throwing and hysteria... (7+ / 0-)

    because a democratic election didn't go their way makes me want to avoid their establishments entirely.  

    A  problem is that their employees would suffer--probably more than the CEO's if there was a mass boycott of the businesses whose owners/ CEO's are such monumental jerks.

    It would be helpful to have a listing of businesses where the CEO's aren't GOP jackasses, where the employees are treated like human beings and receive health care, fair wages and decent working conditions, and where the business owners don't use their employees as sacrifices in their war against Democratic politicians.  

    •  the employees would suffer at first, (1+ / 0-)
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      Pale Jenova

      if it's possible to suffer more than they do now.

      Thing is, if we didn't eat at these places, we'd eat at others.  And then those others would have to hire to keep up with the increase in demand.  

      Conservatives need to realize that their Silent Moral Majority is neither silent, nor moral, nor a majority.

      by nominalize on Sun Nov 18, 2012 at 09:56:18 AM PST

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