rightwinged:

sp00kyseas0n:

rightwinged:

sp00kyseas0n:

freeoldglory:

You’re complaining about not having a job… but you voted for Obama twice?

Even though its republicans and big businesses who took jobs away? Oh man, you have a lot to learn.

Businesses provide jobs, lmfao.

Big businesses that outsource jobs for cheaper labor? Yeah, they provide jobs for others but NOT this country

Outsourcing has benefits- less power to the unions. The labor is still quality. Outsourcing saves a company a lot of money, which, in turn, would go towards hiring more people. It’s win/win.

You’re burying the lead: Why do companies, and not just “big business,” outsource to other countries?

High taxes, administration costs, price of labor, health care costs, excessive regulations… AKA government intrusion.

This is why many companies relocate to states with low to no state income tax and low cost of living and, sometimes, out of the country. It’s big government that causes the problem in the first place and Obama is the poster boy for big government.

"Elections have consequences, you get what you vote for."

rightwinged:

leftybegone:

gaywrites:

President Barack Obama’s official Facebook page posted this image yesterday, along with a link where you can sign up to show your support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. That’s all well and good, but this has been a problem for a long time, and Obama infamously failed to sign an executive order on ENDA not long ago. What gives?

Wait, you mean there are 29 states in which private people can operate their private businesses however they want to? Liberty sucks.

A company has the right to deny a person work for whatever reason they choose. Even if I do not personally agree I am not going to go out of my way and support a petition that limits business freedom. Just another ploy by the Obama administration to fuck over employment..

In this day and age I support a business’s right to discriminate. You should never force social change through legislation and ham-handed government bureaucracy. In today’s technology laden world, a business’s reputation is everything. If they wish to discriminate against a group of people, let them. As word spreads nearly instantly over the internet and that business’s sales plummet, they will either change or go out of business. That is how you effect change in a free-market system. 
Be consistent with this power though or you lose your credibility and thus your power to bring about change. If you see a business discriminating against a group you like: Call them out on it. If you see a business discriminating against a group you don’t like: Call them out on it.
Truth and good know no color, race, gender or sexual orientation. You shouldn’t either.

rightwinged:

leftybegone:

gaywrites:

President Barack Obama’s official Facebook page posted this image yesterday, along with a link where you can sign up to show your support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. That’s all well and good, but this has been a problem for a long time, and Obama infamously failed to sign an executive order on ENDA not long ago. What gives?

Wait, you mean there are 29 states in which private people can operate their private businesses however they want to? Liberty sucks.

A company has the right to deny a person work for whatever reason they choose. Even if I do not personally agree I am not going to go out of my way and support a petition that limits business freedom. Just another ploy by the Obama administration to fuck over employment..

In this day and age I support a business’s right to discriminate. You should never force social change through legislation and ham-handed government bureaucracy. In today’s technology laden world, a business’s reputation is everything. If they wish to discriminate against a group of people, let them. As word spreads nearly instantly over the internet and that business’s sales plummet, they will either change or go out of business. That is how you effect change in a free-market system. 

Be consistent with this power though or you lose your credibility and thus your power to bring about change. If you see a business discriminating against a group you like: Call them out on it. If you see a business discriminating against a group you don’t like: Call them out on it.

Truth and good know no color, race, gender or sexual orientation. You shouldn’t either.

The best minds are not in government. If any were, business would steal them away. — Ronald Reagan

THE BEST & WORST STATES FOR BUSINESS

  1. Texas
  2. Florida
  3. North Carolina
  4. Tennessee
  5. Indiana
  6. Arizona
  7. Virginia
  8. South Carolina
  9. Nevada
  10. Georgia
  11. Louisiana
  12. Utah
  13. Colorado
  14. Oklahoma
  15. North Dakota
  16. Alabama
  17. Wisconsin
  18. South Dakota
  19. Kansas
  20. Wyoming
  21. Idaho
  22. Ohio
  23. Iowa
  24. Montana
  25. Nebraska
  26. New Hampshire
  27. Delaware
  28. Arkansas
  29. Kentucky
  30. Minnesota
  31. Missouri
  32. New Mexico
  33. Alaska
  34. West Virginia
  35. Maine
  36. Washington
  37. Rhode Island
  38. Mississippi
  39. Vermont
  40. Oregon
  41. Maryland
  42. Pennsylvania
  43. Hawaii
  44. Michigan
  45. Connecticut
  46. New Jersey
  47. Massachusetts
  48. Illinois
  49. New York
  50. California

Any surprise that the red states tend to be on the top and the blue ones on the bottom?

Source.

"Government doesn’t make businesses successful." - Governor Mitt Romney

conservatives-on-tumbl3r:

People do.

(via )

All is fair in love and war, but don’t tell the American people that you wake up every day thinking of ways to give the American workers a fair shot in the global economy. Don‘t claim to walk the walk. Stephanie Gallagher, the president of World City America Inc. in a letter to Barack Obama
talkstraight:

Marion “Where’s My Crack” Barry After Winning Democratic Primary: We’ve Got To Do Something About Dirty Asians…
While celebrating his Democratic primary victory in Ward 8 Tuesday night, D.C. Councilman Marion Barry delivered a remark apparently critical of Asian business owners.
Barry spoke of changes in the ward, saying he’s worked hard for economic development in the city’s poorest ward and will continue to do so and saying something needs to be done about Good Hope Road and Martin Luther King Avenue.
He also seemed to criticize Asian shop owners who operate many small stores in the District.
“We got to do something about these Asians coming in and opening up businesses and dirty shops,” Barry said. “They ought to go. I’m going to say that right now. But we need African-American businesspeople to be able to take their places, too.”
Neither News4 nor Barry’s staff could reach the four-time former mayor Wednesday to get clarification about the remark.
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But remember, kids, it’s only racist when Republicans say it.

My fiancee is asian and this DISGUSTS me :|

what an ass hat

talkstraight:

Marion “Where’s My Crack” Barry After Winning Democratic Primary: We’ve Got To Do Something About Dirty Asians…

While celebrating his Democratic primary victory in Ward 8 Tuesday night, D.C. Councilman Marion Barry delivered a remark apparently critical of Asian business owners.

Barry spoke of changes in the ward, saying he’s worked hard for economic development in the city’s poorest ward and will continue to do so and saying something needs to be done about Good Hope Road and Martin Luther King Avenue.

He also seemed to criticize Asian shop owners who operate many small stores in the District.

“We got to do something about these Asians coming in and opening up businesses and dirty shops,” Barry said. “They ought to go. I’m going to say that right now. But we need African-American businesspeople to be able to take their places, too.”

Neither News4 nor Barry’s staff could reach the four-time former mayor Wednesday to get clarification about the remark.

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But remember, kids, it’s only racist when Republicans say it.

My fiancee is asian and this DISGUSTS me :|

what an ass hat

(via deadbilly)