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View Diary: Largest Walkout in U.S. History of Fast Food Workers Begins in Seven Cities (149 comments)

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  •  so what? (7+ / 0-)

    so what if they go out of business, if they arent paying a living wage in a community, they are worthless.

    Here's what so many pro-corps seem to not know, or just conveniently forget, Corporations do not create the demand.
    If these fast food places were to close, people still need to eat, the demand and profits from that demand will be seen and picked up by other restaurants.

    The 1% do not create jobs, demand for a said service or product does.

    •  Mr. DVeight, you are in over your head here.... (3+ / 0-)
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      Wolf10, Mr Robert, mconvente

      You are not dealing with braindead faux news dittoheads
      who have never had a complex thought pass thru their shriveled brains.

      Your obvious corporatist talking-point strewn comments point to a shallow and compassionless person with no larger view of the realities of the world than your own desire that your choice of fast food remain a few cents less than they should be to make the workplace more fair.

      'A scarlet tanager broke the silence with his song. She thought of the bird hidden in the leaves somewhere, unseen but nevertheless brilliant red. Nevertheless beautiful.' Barbara Kingsolver/ Prodigal Summer

      by flowerfarmer on Mon Jul 29, 2013 at 12:35:35 PM PDT

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