DESPERATION, DECEITFUL, & DANGEROUSLY ENTITLED
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney advocates businesses influence their employees on VOTER PREFERENCES. The debts to which this JACKAL will not tread to get into the Oval Office leather.
Just what does Mitt Romney mean by this statement? “EMPLOYEE SHOULD KNOW POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THEIR VOTES.” Is he telling the business men/women he’s speaking to to warn/influence their employees as to whom they should vote for or ELSE…..?
Mitt Romney is hoping business owners will “make it very clear” to their employees what their political views are and how the November election results could impact their jobs.
At least that’s what he told about 100,000 members of the National Federation of Independent Businesses during a Wednesday tele-townhall.
Chuckling a bit, Romney added, “Nothing illegal about you talking to your employees about what you believe is best for the business, because I believe that will figure in to their election decision, their voting decision.”
“I hope you make it very clear to your employees what you believe is in the best interest of your enterprise and therefore their job and their future in the upcoming elections,” the Republican presidential nominee said. “And whether you agree with me or you agree with President Obama, or whatever your political view, I hope you pass those along to your employees.”
You could listen to the Romney Tele-Towhall here, under Audio Playlist “Mitt Romney Tele-Town Hall Conference Call” but C-Span does not give us access to the link. If you can access it, GREAT! If you cannot access this link,
ASK C-CPAN WHY WE CANNOT ACCESS THE AUDIO OF THE ROMNEY TELE-TOWNHALL.
Now click here, and you’ll see links to snippets of Romney’s tele-townhall, but not one of him mentioning the above about employees and voting.
b) Intimidation, threats, or coercion
Remember, Mitt “Likes FIRING PEOPLE.” Does he mean firing folks who don’t support your POLITICAL IDEOLOGY too?
Let’s be clear, there’s no doubt employees should know the political implications of their votes, but EMPLOYERS don’t have a say in their decisions.