KauaiTurtle wrote:((And the poster you spoke of didn't say or insinuate that all companies besides her husband's were unfair))I never claimed she said "all" companies besides her husband's were unfair.((Do you disagree that some are?))No, I do not disagree that some businesses are unfair.Do you disagree that that some businesses are fair?
This is what you previously wrote:
Funny how those small business owners like your husband feel that THEY do a good job with their employees but NOBOBY else does.
KauaiTurtle wrote:Then there must be something wrong with mine. Can you be so kind as to show me where I said liberals suggested this?
Perhaps you missed my answer since you didn't acknowledge that I answered your question.
Ummmmm.... that poster was me. I know what I wrote. I also know that you are paraphrasing my words and have become incensed when others did the same with your words. Pick a standard and apply it equally and evenly or you will lose even more credibility. No, your question was not whether government should help find ways to reduce income inequality. What you asked is this (verbatim): "Does your DH want the government telling him how much money he is "allowed" to make? Does he want the government telling him how much of a bonus he should pay his employees based on his profit? Or should that be best left to the owner of the company to decide? " Let's stick to the facts of what was written, OK? It was a classic straw man setup. And many of us simply didn't take the bait, so please spare us the "Not a single person answered or came up with any sort of plan or idea how to address the very problem that they are upset about."I don't relish efforts at manipulation. Nor do I care for people who act as though they're innocent victims when their actions and words show provocation and deception.
The question has been answered several times.