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2013-01-18 12:51:39 PM  

WTF Indeed: Easiest Lawsuit Ever.


Yep, settled quickly with the words: "case dismissed."
 
2013-01-18 12:51:39 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: Been looking through his FB, I really liked this one:
[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 403x403]


What a Derp Singularity might look like.
 
2013-01-18 12:52:06 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]


Step away from this guy's fb.
 
2013-01-18 12:52:55 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: How can he charge more for a drink? Don't these places have posted prices?
Also, how does he determine someones political leanings?


I'm kinda curious about how that works myself? Does he ask his customers who they voted for in the last election? Does he have a sign up giving different prices for liberals? If I were in Utah I'd want to pay the store a visit just to see how it works.
 
2013-01-18 12:52:59 PM  

Coastalgrl: madgonad: James F. Campbell: spentmiles: I'm wearing my MegaCorpse tee-shirt with a baby in a microwave on the back (I also sold tee shirts at death metal shows), black combat boots, and ass tight jeans. I turn back and say to her, "What's up sweetie?"

You're going to have to get a lot better at writing coherent narratives before you can sell your fanfiction on Amazon, PN.

Pocket Ninja doesn't need an alt account to practice his art - and if he had one it surely isn't spentmiles. And yes, while spentmiles is trying to be entertaining, underneath it all he is still just a tool. I do like what he is doing now better than the last couple years of trolling, but you can't unring a bell. (or get off my favorites list)

You can sell fanfiction on amazon?


Yea, just change the names like the 50 shades of grey lady did.
 
2013-01-18 12:53:32 PM  

Weaver95: Dimensio: Weaver95: Dimensio: gja: lawsuits in 4....3....2....1

As noted in the article, the owner violated no laws in terminating employees based upon political affiliation.

true...but I hope he doesn't have any competitors 'cause that's one HELL of an advertising campaign right there.  'don't spend money at this asshole's place - come to my establishment, where we don't give a flying f*ck about politics, we focus on delivering a quality product at decent prices and as a bonus, we won't talk about politics AT ALL!'

Depending upon the political demographics of Cedar City, the owner may have in fact increased his business.

if I were a small business owner, that's a risk I wouldn't take.  i'd keep national politics out of my store.  that shiat can backfire on you REAL fast.


CSB: My ex-father-in-law was a Foxnews-quoting-Republican, operating a small business in a very, very blue state. He drags politics into his business constantly. During the 2004 election he covered his 8' store logo with a special ordered "Bush/Cheney" sign. Needless to say, he does very well at alienating his customers.
What killed me was listening to my ex-wife whine about how her fathers business has been losing money every year since he bought it. Her whole family couldn't understand it.
 
2013-01-18 12:54:24 PM  
The party of morals, ladies and gentleman.
 
2013-01-18 12:54:34 PM  

Dimensio: As noted in the article, the owner violated no laws in terminating employees based upon political affiliation.


Do you have to violate a law to be sued?
 
2013-01-18 12:54:56 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]


You probably think this is the most clever thing in the world don't you, you precious thing.
 
2013-01-18 12:55:02 PM  

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Almet: The fool! He's just allowing them to go on Obongo's indefinate unemployment and 0boingboingcare and 0bama-llama phones!

HELL-yeah! Just got the letters Tuesday: Since Obama extended the UI, got another 13 weeks extension at $412 per week, then ANOTHER new claim, automatically following that, at $205 per week for 26 weeks - plus another 67 weeks of extensions for that claim.

And Monday we were notified we could start hunting for a Section 8 apartment. We'll be paying 30% of our combined monthly "income" for it, the taxpayers picking up the rest.

THANKS, taxpayers!


You're welcome. Considering your situation, I'm sure we'll never hear a peep from you about welfare queens, moochers, or anything similar, right?
 
2013-01-18 12:55:14 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]


There are no words
 
2013-01-18 12:55:19 PM  
As everyone knows, the proper way to refer to the President is "Fartbongo."

Show some respect, dude.
 
gja
2013-01-18 12:55:25 PM  

ramblinwreck: Is disregard for context a mental disorder for conservatives?


No, it is a disorder in those with no ability to critically think, and those who lack perspective.

I am conservative, but I do not think anyone who has read some of my posts would liken me to the proverbial "wing-nut" or "herp-a-derp-righty".

Please stop generalizing and stereotyping. It is not very intelligent nor is it very reasonable or productive.

Many conservatives (myself included) are tired of the extremism (from BOTH sides) and have decided that this is not the correct nor opportune time to give face-smacks all around and raise up to make our points and assert ourselves. We are patient and know we need to "pick our battles".
When we DO decide to make a ruckus the FIRST ones out the door will be those who decided the right side of the road wasn't far enough right and they felt the need to drive straight off into the ditch, then sit there whining "you aren't helping us".  We will not only leave them behind we just may fill the ditch in with cement so those fossils can at least be useful as future fuel to be used be later generations (if we are still burning stuff at that point).

The next to find themselves sitting on the curb for their hissy-fits will be the ultra-left who demanded too many entitlements and laws to protect them from themselves because they lack self-control and willpower. That crap is getting REALLY old with those of us who have learned to live and behave within the appropriate boundaries and limits of our lifestyle and station in life. Not everyone gets a solid gold shiatter to sit on, get over it.

No enlightened human treats another with such disdain as to capriciously fire them from a job in this economy, knowing full well how hard this may make things for them. It's mean-spirited at best, evil at worst. Too many of us are just a paycheck away from dire financial straits. Such a callous disregard for each other only helps spread the hurt and deepen the wounds. Not very smart, not very nice.
 
2013-01-18 12:55:58 PM  

Rwa2play: Weaver95: Dimensio: gja: lawsuits in 4....3....2....1

As noted in the article, the owner violated no laws in terminating employees based upon political affiliation.

true...but I hope he doesn't have any competitors 'cause that's one HELL of an advertising campaign right there.  'don't spend money at this asshole's place - come to my establishment, where we don't give a flying f*ck about politics, we focus on delivering a quality product at decent prices and as a bonus, we won't talk about politics AT ALL!'

This.


or, perhaps, competitors will be forced to adopt a similar stance since this business is in farking Utah in a county that gave Obama 12.78% of the vote
 
2013-01-18 12:56:02 PM  
job creators!
 
2013-01-18 12:57:40 PM  

ciberido: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: How can he charge more for a drink? Don't these places have posted prices?
Also, how does he determine someones political leanings?

I'm kinda curious about how that works myself? Does he ask his customers who they voted for in the last election? Does he have a sign up giving different prices for liberals? If I were in Utah I'd want to pay the store a visit just to see how it works.


The smoothie shop is in Vernal, UT. It's a small town (9,089) so it could be that small town, "Everyone knows everybody," (Which is why I hate small towns, but that's immaterial) thing that gives the owner a reading on who it is coming to the shop. He probably doesn't even announce the price change; it just gets put into the register without the customer really noticing.
 
2013-01-18 12:57:53 PM  

Rwa2play: Weaver95: Dimensio: gja: lawsuits in 4....3....2....1

As noted in the article, the owner violated no laws in terminating employees based upon political affiliation.

true...but I hope he doesn't have any competitors 'cause that's one HELL of an advertising campaign right there.  'don't spend money at this asshole's place - come to my establishment, where we don't give a flying f*ck about politics, we focus on delivering a quality product at decent prices and as a bonus, we won't talk about politics AT ALL!'

This.



And, "This guy fires people because they LOOK like his political enemies. What's he going to do if he doesn't like the way YOU look?"

Never see an ad, but word of mouth, maybe.
 
2013-01-18 12:59:00 PM  
Wow, smoothie owner. Now you have media awareness of your opinions which mean you will hurt around 50% of your business (more or less depending on how the town leans). Good job in opening your mouth which will probably resulting in boycotting by at least some of your customer base.
 
2013-01-18 12:59:09 PM  

Carth: I'm surprised he found two OBama supporters in Utah. Isn't that one of the most republican states in the country?


Where there is skiing, rock climbing, rafting, and mountains in general there will be a consort of liberals.
 
2013-01-18 12:59:11 PM  

gja: ramblinwreck: Is disregard for context a mental disorder for conservatives?

No, it is a disorder in those with no ability to critically think, and those who lack perspective.

I am conservative, but I do not think anyone who has read some of my posts would liken me to the proverbial "wing-nut" or "herp-a-derp-righty".

Please stop generalizing and stereotyping. It is not very intelligent nor is it very reasonable or productive.

Many conservatives (myself included) are tired of the extremism (from BOTH sides) and have decided that this is not the correct nor opportune time to give face-smacks all around and raise up to make our points and assert ourselves. We are patient and know we need to "pick our battles".
When we DO decide to make a ruckus the FIRST ones out the door will be those who decided the right side of the road wasn't far enough right and they felt the need to drive straight off into the ditch, then sit there whining "you aren't helping us".  We will not only leave them behind we just may fill the ditch in with cement so those fossils can at least be useful as future fuel to be used be later generations (if we are still burning stuff at that point).

The next to find themselves sitting on the curb for their hissy-fits will be the ultra-left who demanded too many entitlements and laws to protect them from themselves because they lack self-control and willpower. That crap is getting REALLY old with those of us who have learned to live and behave within the appropriate boundaries and limits of our lifestyle and station in life. Not everyone gets a solid gold shiatter to sit on, get over it.

No enlightened human treats another with such disdain as to capriciously fire them from a job in this economy, knowing full well how hard this may make things for them. It's mean-spirited at best, evil at worst. Too many of us are just a paycheck away from dire financial straits. Such a callous disregard for each other only helps spread the hurt and deepen the wounds. ...


Serious question: what's this "extremism" on the left moderate conservatives like you are afraid of? Because honestly the left in this country isn't that left. The Green Party hardly counts as an "extreme" when their candidate gets less than 1% of the popular vote.
 
2013-01-18 12:59:30 PM  

LeroyBourne: CapeFearCadaver: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]

Step away from this guy's fb.


Yeah, I probably should. It's giving me a sad.
 
2013-01-18 01:00:12 PM  

Weaver95: true...but I hope he doesn't have any competitors 'cause that's one HELL of an advertising campaign right there.


He's in Utah. Firing employees who are Democrats is a good advertising campaign there. Sure, he might lose the business of the one non-Mormon in town, but that's no big deal.
 
2013-01-18 01:02:11 PM  
Hey look at that, the company has a facebook page. What to do...what to do...
 
2013-01-18 01:02:56 PM  

apoptotic: stonicus: stampylives: They were Obama supporters. We just knew they were, coupled with Obongo, makes we wonder how he "just knew." If the owner "just knew" because they weren't white my-grandparents-were-born-here amuricans, that starts leaning back into lawsuit land.

If he just knew, why did he hire them in the first place?

So he could make a big stupid production out of firing them?


It was all to get Sarah Palin's attention.
 
2013-01-18 01:03:33 PM  

scrotal_aroma: Please tell me why this is a problem, and colleges not hiring conservative professors is not?


It's not that colleges DONT hire conservative professors, it's just that real scientists and academics are incredibly unlikely to BE conservative.


http://www.people-press.org/2009/07/09/section-4-scientists-politics- a nd-religion/
 
2013-01-18 01:04:03 PM  
Political affiliation is a protected class in SOME states.

/being an asshole is not a protected class
 
2013-01-18 01:05:29 PM  

Endive Wombat: Carn: I don't think it's illegal, just incredibly dickish. I wouldn't think his business will last very long if he's this stupid.

Even so, some enterprising lawyer will gladly pick up their case as they attempt a wrongful termination suit.


That seems unlikely. Guy seems dickish enough that he would fight it to the end, and given that the law is pretty clearly in his favor, any plaintiff's attorney who would take the case on contingency would realize that his odds of victory are not only very, very slim, but the odds of him getting sanctioned for brining a frivolous lawsuit with no hope of success are actually worth noting.
 
2013-01-18 01:05:47 PM  
Oh, I also learned that he's a polygamist (yeah, Utah) and his young daughter had gotten pregnant.
 
2013-01-18 01:06:17 PM  

Rapmaster2000: "Love it. We had to let two employees go to cover new Obongocare [sic] costs and increased taxes," Lee wrote. "Found two Obongo supporters and gave them the news yesterday. They wanted the idiot in the Whitehouse [sic], they reap the benefits."

I didn't know people used Obongo in non-ironic terms.


Yes, and it is no way racist.
 
2013-01-18 01:09:28 PM  
Dumbass.

Have fun with your lawsuit.
 
2013-01-18 01:10:24 PM  

mrlewish: Funny if he utilities were cut by the utility company for his political belief.


That would be funny.. except I'm guessing he pays his bills without the taxpayers help.
 
2013-01-18 01:10:28 PM  

Mr. Carpenter: scrotal_aroma: Please tell me why this is a problem, and colleges not hiring conservative professors is not?

It's not that colleges DONT hire conservative professors, it's just that real scientists and academics are incredibly unlikely to BE conservative.


http://www.people-press.org/2009/07/09/section-4-scientists-politics- a nd-religion/


Linky
 
2013-01-18 01:10:36 PM  

gja: Many conservatives (myself included) are tired of the extremism (from BOTH sides)


See that? That, right there? That is the problem. The "both sides" argument is nothing but a convenient, bullshiat copout.

The vast majority of the hate, bile, vitriol and extremism in this country comes from the right. They are the cause of the biggest divides, and the ultimate source of the lack of progress towards anything meaningful.

Yes, there are extreme stances on the left. PETA. PETA is farking rediculous, but skinny chicks wearing salad leaves over their crotches demonstrates not even a fraction of the mental insanity it takes to completely lose your shiat at the suggestion that we might have a gun problem.

It is conservative extremism that is bringing this country to a grinding, crushing halt. If you really consider yourself an honest person that truly wants to better your life and the lives of those around you, then you will stop and never again spout the bullshiat nonsense that "both sides are equally bad." Both sides can be bad, yes; one side in particular has gone head and shoulders above the rest in its efforts to divide, marginalize and terrorize. Quit lieing to yourself and others and admit the farking truth.
 
2013-01-18 01:11:33 PM  

pciszek: Weaver95: true...but I hope he doesn't have any competitors 'cause that's one HELL of an advertising campaign right there.

He's in Utah. Firing employees who are Democrats is a good advertising campaign there. Sure, he might lose the business of the one non-Mormon in town, but that's no big deal.


But if he's that petty, who is to say that he will just stop with liberals? 'Oh you vote republican but support this issue which I hate? Dollar more!' Plus it opens up a can of worms for him, making people wonder what else he is doing besides firing and extra charge. And what happens when he incorrectly assumes someone is liberal and pulls crap on them?

He claims his business will fail, and odds are his own actions will lead to it.
 
2013-01-18 01:12:46 PM  
I don't think Terry Lee fired anyone because of their politics.  He trolled the comments, the newspaper bit, and he kept trolling.

1. A digital forensics firm in Cedar City, UT, had more than 50 employees? I don't think so, Tim.

2. He said his business has been declining for two years.  There's a good reason to fire people.

3. He also said the people fired had performance issues.
 
2013-01-18 01:13:38 PM  

scrotal_aroma: Please tell me why this is a problem, and colleges not hiring conservative professors is not?


I suppose maybe it would be, if that were actually happening. But you'll need some sort of evidence if you expect people to believe that colleges are systematically not hiring conservative professors.
 
2013-01-18 01:14:41 PM  
"For fifty bucks, you get 10 minutes in the walk-in with this young fella."

www.sltrib.com
 
2013-01-18 01:14:48 PM  

stirfrybry: bulldg4life: From his actions, he sounds like a goddamn retard...especially if he could fire two employees and still reasonably run his business. Sounds like a motherf*cking stupid business owner if he had these two employees on the payroll for no apparent reason whatsoever.

His words and using "obongo" as some sort of reasonable statement just indicate that he is a racist goddamn retard.

No surprise here.

LOL@racecard


This, why do people continue to throw down the term racist for every single statement they don't agree with?
 
2013-01-18 01:15:31 PM  

deanis: Who would WANT to work for that prick anyways?


Most people don't want to work at all. The catch is, the necessities of life cannot be obtained, indeed you cannot even occupy space in this country, without exchanging some form of currency. That leaves the options of either being born into an inheritance, stealing, or getting a job.
 
2013-01-18 01:16:06 PM  

Petit_Merdeux: After letting the two part-time contract workers go, Terry Lee Forensics has nine employees who work with local law enforcement and attorneys to retrieve digital data from encrypted computer hard drives. Terry Lee would not release the names of the two part-timers.

He said that in the past couple of years he has had to cut costs as his business has slowed. But he said his accountant recently told him that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, had raised his company's taxes and operating costs. Asked to detail those costs, Lee deferred to his accountant, who could not be reached for comment. Obamacare mandates that only businesses with more than 50 employees be required to insure full-time employees or face penalties.


Sounds like he needed to let two people go, and why not blame that damn n***** in the "White" House?

"Terry Lee Forensics"? Sounds like a hair salon.


Not to mention that the two he let go were 'part-time contract workers' who wouldn't be covered even if he did have more than 50 employees.
 
2013-01-18 01:17:05 PM  

MyPenIsHuge: stirfrybry: bulldg4life: From his actions, he sounds like a goddamn retard...especially if he could fire two employees and still reasonably run his business. Sounds like a motherf*cking stupid business owner if he had these two employees on the payroll for no apparent reason whatsoever.

His words and using "obongo" as some sort of reasonable statement just indicate that he is a racist goddamn retard.

No surprise here.

LOL@racecard

This, why do people continue to throw down the term racist for every single statement they don't agree with?


"obongo" is 5/6s "bongo".
Get it now?
 
2013-01-18 01:17:17 PM  

theorellior: So... this guy makes his living contracting to a government agency. What part of that isn't socialism?


Aha, are government contractors constrained in ways other businesses aren't as far as being blatantly political?
 
2013-01-18 01:17:47 PM  
If the law is with you, pound the law. If equity is with you, pound equity.--Old legal maxim

Although US law has limited grounds for basic political, civil and economic rights, unlike the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which explicitly states that the rights and freedoms mentioned therein are not complete and all-inclusive and thus leaves the question of rights and freedoms for other classes, groups, and categories opened-ended, there is more than law in play here.

Americans are guaranteed freedom of speech, freedom of association, and many other freedoms, including the right to vote (admittedly freedoms and rights often violated throughout US history).

Firing somebody because of their political opinions or even actions (such as voting, campaigning, running for office) may not be a violation of their explicitly-named and legislated rights and freedoms, but it is an assault on their rights and freedoms nonetheless, and therefore a tort as well as unAmerican, and contratry to the intent and meaning of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, various Amendments to the Constitution and many other laws.

In short, they have excellent grounds to litigate against discrimination which violates their rights as citizens, even though those rights are not part of those designated-identity group rights and freedoms.

After all, the rights of the citizen are prior to and fundamental to the guarantees of the rights of various groups (religious, ethnic, national, demographic, etc.). These rights and freedoms are shared by all and based deeply in the ethics, morals, religion, political theory and values of the American state and society. So fundamental are they, that there was and is no need to declare them as group-identity rights. They are not rights guaranteed to groups that have proven victims of discrimination and wrongs--they are the basic rights and freedoms of the citizen and the Rights of Man.

I suggest taking some of these cases of quasi-fascistic partisan persecution to not only US courts but to international coursts where the rights of humanity are protected.

Employers do not have the right to dictate the political opinions or actions of citizens. In Canada, for example, even Government employees have the right to vote (and employers must give them time off without penalty or reduction in pay if they have to vote during working hours), the right to participate in political activities (such as campaigning for a candidate or even taking leave to be a candidate) and so forth.

I do not know if American employees have the same explicit rights and freedoms as Canadian employees, but I think they should.

This guy is obviously one of those ultra-partisan reactionaries who object to the existence of their opponents, not merely their policies and values. Like the Coors beer company, who were found guilty of discrimination not only against Democrats and liberals, but also women, non-whites, non-Christians, and non-conservatives generally, this guy could be facing a heap of hurt if he persists in discriminating against the free exercise of political rights and freedoms that don't always go his way.

He's the type of "republican" who makes me wonder if the ancient Greek democracy of Athens was not entirely justified to deny political office and power to the oligarchs that were over-turned when the city-state became a genuine direct democracy (for some time).

At the very least, corporations should not have the right to usurp and overturn the will of the sovereign people under the pretext of being "legal persons", and billionaires should not be allowed to vote with their dollars and their lobbies and propaganda organs disguised as "think tanks" and their private armies of seditious PR flac-mongers and liars.

A majority of the voters elected Obama. A majority of voters elected the Senate. I'm not sure the House Republicans was elected by a majority--maybe they were elected by the right-wing 47%ers--the system has been skewed conservative for a long time, since the days of the 6/10ths citizen and the direct election of the Presidents and Governors by legislative bodies rather than the people, all of which were reactionary rules designed to favour the upper classes and suppress the 99%.

It's clear that the values of liberal democracy are far from universal, even in America and such countries, which created them, but the majority still prize democracy, real freedom, and a state that protects its citizens, their dependants and other residents.
 
2013-01-18 01:18:31 PM  

theorellior: So... this guy makes his living contracting to a government agency. What part of that isn't socialism?


all of it
 
2013-01-18 01:18:43 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: I don't think Terry Lee fired anyone because of their politics.  He trolled the comments, the newspaper bit, and he kept trolling.


And the fired people have perfect cause to file for unemployment and jack-up his premiums. When he tries to spout something about poor performance, all they have to do is point to his own words in these articles.
 
2013-01-18 01:19:53 PM  

MyPenIsHuge: stirfrybry: bulldg4life: From his actions, he sounds like a goddamn retard...especially if he could fire two employees and still reasonably run his business. Sounds like a motherf*cking stupid business owner if he had these two employees on the payroll for no apparent reason whatsoever.

His words and using "obongo" as some sort of reasonable statement just indicate that he is a racist goddamn retard.

No surprise here.

LOL@racecard

This, why do people continue to throw down the term racist for every single statement they don't agree with?


Racist.
 
2013-01-18 01:20:13 PM  

ciberido: I suppose maybe it would be, if that were actually happening. But you'll need some sort of evidence if you expect people to believe that colleges are systematically not hiring conservative professors.


There is a scandalous shortage of young-Earth creationists in the geology and biology departments of universities. At least, at real universities.
 
2013-01-18 01:20:24 PM  

StrangeQ: gja: Many conservatives (myself included) are tired of the extremism (from BOTH sides)

See that? That, right there? That is the problem. The "both sides" argument is nothing but a convenient, bullshiat copout.

The vast majority of the hate, bile, vitriol and extremism in this country comes from the right. They are the cause of the biggest divides, and the ultimate source of the lack of progress towards anything meaningful.

Yes, there are extreme stances on the left. PETA. PETA is farking rediculous, but skinny chicks wearing salad leaves over their crotches demonstrates not even a fraction of the mental insanity it takes to completely lose your shiat at the suggestion that we might have a gun problem.

It is conservative extremism that is bringing this country to a grinding, crushing halt. If you really consider yourself an honest person that truly wants to better your life and the lives of those around you, then you will stop and never again spout the bullshiat nonsense that "both sides are equally bad." Both sides can be bad, yes; one side in particular has gone head and shoulders above the rest in its efforts to divide, marginalize and terrorize. Quit lieing to yourself and others and admit the farking truth.


Plus despite their publicity arm, PETA has no where near the political sway in Congress the NRA does. Most of us still eat meat, still wear leather, drink milk, eat cheese, keep chickens in cages, and slaughter animals in filthy conditions, in facilities staffed with undocumented workers.

The left in the United States celebrates a victory when they stop a beaver dam from being drained and graded over. That's how low the bar has fallen for the left here. So for people crowing about "DEM LIBZ!!" you f*cking won, alright? You won 30 years ago. This is the price you pay for it. You get arm wrestling matches over the debt ceiling, fiscal cliff scares and crisis after crisis bringing governing to a halt. F*cking own it. It's yours. Pay up.
 
2013-01-18 01:20:43 PM  
Just because political affiliation isn't a protected class doesn't mean they don't have a case for wrongful termination.
 
2013-01-18 01:20:51 PM  

CapeFearCadaver: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]


"It stayed right where I sat it."

I lol'ed.

/but not in the way you think
//probably
 
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