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tenderfoot

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I'm sorry, that is NOT funny and I DO NOT support you!

This is a photo from a facebook page "U.S. Infantry":



I'm not sure if it's authentic but if it is.... I don't know about you but if you think this is funny or something to be proud of - you've got some serious issues. Some really fucked up ones.

Thank you for listening.

Dick Cheney and others that think like him are sick fucks

I hope putting it like that doesn't come across as sexist, racist, etc.

Dick Cheney is a Sick Fuck - the world could use less people like him. What he did in our name was unacceptable and totally unnecessary. It's about time that his kind of thinking is labeled as such. Sick.

Thank you for listening.

Is the Top 1% making a concerted effort to thwart upward mobility?

Hello DUers, I thought I'd ask this because it certainly seems so.

Am I out of line for thinking this?

You tell me.

Thank you.

Study: Minimum Wage Workers Ripped Off Even More Than We Thought

I can barely wait to here from DU's resident Libertarian DOUCHEBAGS about this... about making lemonade when served lemons, about choices, bootstraps etc...



Wage theft — employers taking money out of their workers’ pockets — has been estimated to cost society three times as much as all robberies, burglaries, larcenies and motor vehicle thefts combined, according to the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). A 2009 study cited by EPI estimated that in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City, two-thirds of all wage and salary workers experienced some form of wage theft, and that on average it cost them $2,634 per year out of an annual income of just $17,616.

But according to new data from the Department of Labor, one kind of wage theft — minimum wage violations — may be even more prevalent than previous estimates suggested.

more: http://billmoyers.com/2014/12/08/study-minimum-wage-workers-ripped-thought/
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