All you judgemental people with hate in your hardened hearts will have your minds and hearts opened when you, too, lose your jobs. Sometimes, some things happen beyond your control, irregardless of all your best efforts like Tiffany's. And sometimes, you simply make mistakes, especially when you're young. After all, nobody is perfect. So calm down and be happy to know that you, too, may find assistance in your time of need. And quit watching Fox News.
Don't hate the people who, against all odds, are working to protect the standard of living we currently enjoy but is being attacked by multinational corporations in an increasingly brazen manner.
By the way, with half a billion dollars in tax breaks and incentives, Volkswagen can afford to pay a unionized workforce.
Don't tread on the Koch brothers, BP, Exxon Mobil, Wal-Mart, Haliburton, Bechtel, Conagra, Monsanto, Goldman Sachs and the corporate sponsors of ALEC.
Just tread on hardworking, ordinary people like you and me.
Yeah, let's invest in more corporate jets and private yachts and grand parties to romance mistresses.
In the decade since the 9/11 attacks on our own country, we have to some degree gotten complacent about standards in journalism. We do so at our peril.
Wow. I've never read a more duplicitous editorial. Its goal is to stroke the fears of a particular segment of the population, but the attacker shared their own views and racial identity. As nucanuck remarked, it was a right wing Christian fundamentalist high on the xenophobic code word, "freedom."
SeaMonkey, you need to find a better way to communicate with others in this forum that is befitting of an intelligent adult setting a good example for any youths that may be reading these comments.
Cain's another tool for the corporate sponsors in ALEC.
Before we get too carried away with this great PR piece and political propaganda, we need to undertand that before McDonald's will even consider you for a franchise, you have to have hundreds of thousands of dollars on hand (cash). In total, you're looking at upwards of a million dollars or in costs to get a McD franchse up and running.
In a time of global corporations, a few people impress just the right people to earn a decent income for a small seed. The little guy in your neighborhood won't have the resources to compete with McDonald's if he wanted to be a successful entrepreneur selling hamburgers and fries.
Let's grow up and shed our illusions about a free, competitive market governed purely by supply and demand from actors of equal strength. I won't even discuss big agribusiness subsidies.
Did Thomas Friedman write this editorial?