Obama’s clever way to extort McDonald’s

Since Obama can’t create jobs, the next best thing to do is to crush capitalists.

That’s why Richard Griffin, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board is considering a radical change in how the parent companies of small business franchises are deemed responsible for those franchises.

 

In a statement on July 29 of this year Griffin ruled that the parent company could be held responsible for labor violations by its franchise owners, the thousands of restaurant operators that hire and fire workers and run roughly 90 percent of McDonald’s locations in the U.S. So, instead of suing a modest little McDonald’s franchise for a pittance, why not also sue the mother ship and really cash in?

This is how Liberals work, as they constantly look for ways to punish producers. When there are no jobs flipping burgers, the starter jobs for youngsters, Liberals will simply pretend it’s always been that way.

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I recently saw a machine that makes a complete pizza with over 90 potential combinations. The pizza is ready in less than 5 minutes. Soon the fast food worker will be like a black and white television…a relic of the past. Perhaps extinction was always the future for fast food workers, however you can bet that Liberalism has hastened their demise.

 

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