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Will you speak up and take a stand for Uber. Here's your chance.

JLA

Well-Known Member
We don't need regulations, Unions, or any other kind of liberal socialism.

Liberal government bureaucrats are setting up roadblocks, issuing strangling regulations and implementing unnecessary red tape to block Uber from doing business in their cities.

We must stand up for our free market principles, entrepreneurial spirit and economic freedom.
https://gop.com/support-uber-petition/?

Seriously, I've yet to understand what these "strangling regulations" are. Seem most just want Uber to play by the same rules.

It does look like Uber is doing a game of chess where they want to circumvent the state governments. I can see they finding sympathy with the Republicans too.
 
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Snowtop

Well-Known Member
Unions are liberal socialism??? You need to read a history book. Yes, for a while they had a little to much power but unions came to be because of gross mistreatment of there employees. Pick up Ida Tarbell or Upton Sinclair.

Although Uber doesn't even come close to the abuse that was placed on employees in the past...they really have no respect for there employees...oops I mean contractors.
 
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turbovator

Well-Known Member
We don't need regulations, Unions, or any other kind of liberal socialism.

Liberal government bureaucrats are setting up roadblocks, issuing strangling regulations and implementing unnecessary red tape to block Uber from doing business in their cities.

We must stand up for our free market principles, entrepreneurial spirit and economic freedom.
https://gop.com/support-uber-petition/?

Seriously, I've yet to understand what these "strangling regulations" are. Seem most just want Uber to play by the same rules.

It does look like Uber is doing a game of chess where they want to circumvent the state governments. I can see they finding sympathy with the Republicans too.
LMAO. Guy you must LOVE Uber pissing on your back and telling you it's rainwater. If I was you I would hang my head in shame for that post! Sometimes strangling regulations are necessary to protect people who lack the ability to protect themselves by using common sense.
 

zanememjade

Well-Known Member
Unions are liberal socialism??? You need to read a history book. Yes, for a while they had a little to much power but unions came to be because of gross mistreatment of there employees. Pick up Ida Tarbell or Upton Sinclair.

Although Uber doesn't even come close to the abuse that was placed on employees in the past...they really have no respect for there employees...oops I mean contractors.
If all company has any compassion and morals and pay the employees what they worth then there will be no unions or complaint. But like all the greedy billionaires from the beginning of time it will never change. J P Morgan. Rockefeller. Carnegie. All are greedy during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Start of the industry revolution. These men were the Travis hitter of their time..
 

mark edwards

Active Member
We don't need regulations, Unions, or any other kind of liberal socialism.

Liberal government bureaucrats are setting up roadblocks, issuing strangling regulations and implementing unnecessary red tape to block Uber from doing business in their cities.

We must stand up for our free market principles, entrepreneurial spirit and economic freedom.
https://gop.com/support-uber-petition/?

Seriously, I've yet to understand what these "strangling regulations" are. Seem most just want Uber to play by the same rules.

It does look like Uber is doing a game of chess where they want to circumvent the state governments. I can see they finding sympathy with the Republicans too.
Yes right wing Republican nuts are surly in favor of Uber's screwing workers. Especially after taking contribution money from Uber for themselves.
 

NWAüber

Active Member
Unions are liberal socialism??? You need to read a history book. Yes, for a while they had a little to much power but unions came to be because of gross mistreatment of there employees. Pick up Ida Tarbell or Upton Sinclair.

Although Uber doesn't even come close to the abuse that was placed on employees in the past...they really have no respect for there employees...oops I mean contractors.
I had to log in just to respond to this egregiously-written post. You do understand that there is a difference between "their", and "there", do you not? For your reference:

http://www.diffen.com/difference/Their_vs_There

It pains me to see grown, supposedly-educated adults, make mistakes that a child in the 4th grade wouldn't even make. Come on.
 

William1964

Well-Known Member
Because over easy meant to be cashless system, every sale we make picking up dropping off passengers delivering lunch Courier Services is new money being created.

However, it's just a paper we believe in comma and not a precious mineral metal or a gem.
 

Fuzzyelvis

Well-Known Member
Because over easy meant to be cashless system, every sale we make picking up dropping off passengers delivering lunch Courier Services is new money being created.

However, it's just a paper we believe in comma and not a precious mineral metal or a gem.
Was that meant to be cryptic or did you just take one too many pain pills and wash them down with some vodka?
 
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