michaelanthony wrote:..point being as free americans they have a right to strike and express their values. You can either agree or disagree with them, I know they're not deserving of the money they want but they are deserving of the opportunity to voice. Now the real irony of this is that all of us go to these restaurants at some point, ( I would love to hear from someone whom has never been ) so, we therefore support them, now it is fact that some folks don't believe they should be paid above the govt' scrounge level, tough *censored*, don't go to there restaurant and then turn around and say how much they deserve! Can you imagine if you delivered coal to someone and then they saw you on the picket line and spit on you or told you to go to hell you stupid low life..............at that point you have become the argument and that self centered attitude is what keeps us at odds. Envy is kills. . . . . ..enough of my rant and hope all have a pleasant day!
If the employees have the, "right," to strike and express their,"values." Then the employers also have the right to express themselves and fire their ungrateful asses.