Saturday, January 10, 2015

Your work rights are what Big Money says they are

The story linked below is another indicator on how things work to make you work. Changing the number of hours that define a full work week gets Big Money off the hook for helping in providing healthcare to the people who are the grit in what holds production of anything together. And since Big Money has already figured out how to avoid much of any responsibility for paying their share in taxes, the newly uncovered workers become more budget burden for states and the federal government. And when they get around to talking out of the other side of their mouths you can be sure that they will be lamenting the awful state of our deficit riddled spending. Whereupon they will demand more cuts to social programs to pay for them.

If nothing else you have to hand it to them for the sheer audacity of such a blatant "heads I win, tails you loose" modus operandi.

Image: McDonald's Japan resumes french fries sales of all sizes

The GOP Bill to Define the 40-Hour Work Week Explained