Monday, September 13, 2004

Vote Bush - or else.

It's nice to know that when Dick Cheney isn't threatening you with a terrorist attack if you don't vote Bush, your employer is threatening to fire you from your job:

"We were going back to work from break, and my manager told me that Phil said to remove the sticker off my car or I was fired," she said. "I told him that Phil couldn't tell me who to vote for. He said, 'Go tell him.' "
She went to Gaddis' office, knocked on the door and entered on his orders.
"Phil and another man who works there were there," she said. "I asked him if he said to remove the sticker and he said, 'Yes, I did.' I told him he couldn't tell me who to vote for. When I told him that, he told me, 'I own this place.' I told him he still couldn't tell me who to vote for."
Gobbell said Gaddis told her to "get out of here."
"I asked him if I was fired and he told me he was thinking about it," she said. "I said, 'Well, am I fired?' He hollered and said, 'Get out of here and shut the door.' "
She said her manager was standing in another room and she asked him if that meant for her to go back to work or go home. The manager told her to go back to work, but he came back a few minutes later and said, " 'I reckon you're fired. You could either work for him or John Kerry,' " Gobbell said.

In the United States and in most states, a person's political affiliation is just cause to fire them.

When conservative students believe they have been the victims of "indoctrination" by their liberal professors, Republicans propose an "Academic Bill of Rights" to protect them. Where are they now?

Too busy try to prove the unforged memos are forged, apparently.

Like I said. Never again.