Der Mindestlohn schadet den Lumpenproletarier(in): er bzw. sie geht von mickrigem Lohn zur Arbeitslosigkeit. Zudem haben Behörden nichts zu suchen in den Verhandlunen zwischen AG und AN es sei denn Betrug und/oder Gewalt in Spiel zwischen den verhandelnden Parteien kommen/kommt.
Ihr Deutschen werdet einen Mindestlohn irgendwann bitter bereuen.”
“> Dieser Mindestlohn wird Deutschlands Zukunft verändern
Das könnt ihr laut. Einen Mindestlohn hat Amerika seit Samstag, 25.06.1938 gehabt als FDR die gerechte-Arbeitsrichtlinien-Gesetz unterzeichnete (vgl. http://www.dol.gov/dol/aboutdol/history/flsa1938.htm). Diese grundgesetzteswidrige Scheußlichkeit hat Amerika seitdem zutiefst belastet. Ihr Deutschen werdet es auch bitter bereuen, wenn ihr sie in eurem Land zulassen.
Der Staat soll niemals in der Gehaltsvereinbarungen zwischen Arbeitnehmer und Arbeitgeber einmischen, es sei denn die Initiierung von Gewalt oder Betrug in Spiel gekommen ist. Ich wage es zu wiederholen: ihr werdet einen Mindestlohngesetz bereuen.”
“The difference, of course, is that he should be their SOB. They made him, but Maliki let him off the hook. Now he needs to go for the good of the region. However, it may still break apart into to three smaller countries. Even if that happens they need to offer assistance to exterminate the extremists, either air support and/or intelligence/training.
'Scuse me, but isn't the Iraqi electorate supposed to do that? How would you like it if
IRAQ SET TO SHOVE OUT OBAMA
were splattered across the front pages of Iraqi newspapers?”
Waterlooboy on Jun 19, 2014 at 01:45:17
“The difference, of course, is that he should be our SOB. We made him, but Obama let him off the hook. Now he needs to go for the good of the region. However, it may still break apart into to three smaller countries. Even if that happens we need to offer assistance to exterminate the extremists, either air support and/or intelligence/training.”
Everywhere there are black markets—and there are many. Black markets not only operate without the oversight of formal governments, they even thrive in the face of the latter's best efforts to exterminate them. Can you spell 'war on drugs'?”
“> ... Holder, realizing too late what a horrible message he had just sent to the big banks ...
My opinion of Mr Holder's competency at his current job has never been a very high one. The former is now boring it's way inexorably through rock bottom. To characterise Mr Holder as an accomplished fοοl is high praise at this juncture.”
“You say you disagree, but I see no disagreement between us. I said the author should have defined LED, CFL, etc. I was simply making a point that the internet, in addition to all the garbage, is a great source of information, and people would do well to research some of these things on their own in addition to reading the news stories.”
'Foreign doctors should face tougher exams, study says
International medical graduates take a different test to the one sat by UK-trained doctors
'Tests taken by foreign doctors who want to work in the NHS should be made harder to pass to bring them in line with UK standards, a study has said. ...'
TRex86 on Apr 30, 2014 at 10:09:02
“Why do you defend the fool? He made the contradictory statements that the NHS is "underpinned" by third world doctors yet implies that they outperform us on the cost of health care for that sole reason. It was a gratuitous, unnecessary and racist observation that was at best irrelevant to the problems of our system. BTW physicians' fees accounted for 19% of health care spending last time I looked and cover overhead expenses of offices, staff, accountants, etc. What physicians earn is only a problem in that our system incentivizes procedure driven practice and under-rewards cognitive activity.”
“> I'll apologize for the invective but I am sick and tired of people defending that rancher.
> You mean besides your assumption that federal employees shouldn't be administering federal public land?
I didn't assume that; again, I just asked some questions.
> ...He's a member of the tea party who has no knowledge of agricultural matters. ...
There's ignorance galore everywhere you look. While it's no shame to be ignorant (nobody can know everything after all), it is a shame to stay that way unnecessarily.
> ... If that made me be sharper tongued with you than I should have been, my apologies.
Actually I've been thinking that I need to cool down in some of my posts too. As I have to hammer ever harder to get my points through what seem to be increasingly thick skulls, I've been applying ever more caustic language. I'm sure I've passed the point of diminishing return more than once.
Rank ignorance, inability to formulate sound arguments (or sometimes even unsound ones), and to read and write correct English seem to be rampant right across the political spectrum in the US. I'm just not getting a warm, fuzzy feeling that everything is going to be alright any time soon there.”
“> ... Auf ihre Courage zu hoffen, ihre eigenen Fehler einzugestehen...verlorene Zeit.
Vielleicht würden sie die notwendige Courage allmählich (oder plözlich) entwickeln nachdem Hr. Putin den Gashahn für ein paar kalte Winter abgedrosselt hat. Oder vielleicht auch nicht -- was wieß ich?”
Thank you, that's all I was asking for. Why not just drop the trash talk answer the question straight away? Invective adds nothing useful to the conversation.
> Tell me..how exactly do you think you're in a position to argue that federal administration of public land is unconstitutional.
First, I haven't argued that federal administration of public land is unconstitutional. I merely asked what the justification for it is.
Second, anyone is in a position to make any argument about anything. It's the soundness of the argument, not the person presenting it that counts,
> ... when you're so clearly not as knowledgeable about the US Constitution as you think?
How would you know what I think of my knowledge of the U.S. Constitution?
> ... and sorry..there's nothing in the constitution that says corporations and churches can't pay taxes.
I never claimed that there was. Moreover my original questions had nothing to do with whether or not corporations or churches can pay taxes. You introduced that issue, not I.
> If you think that the founding fathers thought corporations should be able to operate under an olly olly oxen free system..yeah you don't really know about the founding fathers.
I haven't written anything in this thread concerning what the founding fathers thought about corporations. Once again, the issue is irrelevant to my original questions. If you want to discuss that matter, please start your own thread.”
Nick Kelsier on Apr 26, 2014 at 15:08:09
“I'll apologize for the invective but I am sick and tired of people defending that rancher.
To quote: How would you know what I think of my knowledge of the U.S. Constitution?
You mean besides your assumption that federal employees shouldn't be administering federal public land?
A few days ago I spent the better part of a day trying to explain to someone that 1: the rancher doesn't own public land, he's never shown any proof to back his claims and 2: that you don't pay grazing fees for grazing cattle on your own land in the first place. His expertise? He's a member of the tea party who has no knowledge of agricultural matters. WHereas my family has spent the last 150 years farming and grazing cattle and yet somehow he presumed to know more than me.
Like I said..I am tired of people in their ignorance defending that rancher. If that made me be sharper tongued with you than I should have been, my apologies.”
“Please name the precise article(s), section(s), and clause(s) inthe U.S. constitution that you believe allow or require our dear elected federal representatives to lease pasturage. Please state concisely and cogently your reason or reasons for believing that the text does so.
> ... There isn't enough space here to educate you. ...
There's plenty of space. Use more than one reply if you need more than 250 characters.
Since you obviously know the correct answer, please be so kind as to grace me and the rest of your readership with your wisdom. Come on now, there's nothing hard about it: precisely where in the US constitution are our dear elected federal representatives permitted or required to rent pasturage to cattle ranchers?”