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    Is a recycled bad bouncy.

    Snoozin
    My conservative employer is making threats. (need advice)
    He has made two threats that were heard by myself and others. I'll just post what he said, and sit back and read what my fellow Democrats think about this.

    #1 is... "If Obama gets re-elected and it hurts my business, those who voted for him will be the first to be lay'd off." (he knows who the 4-5 of us are)

    #2 is... "If you vote for Obama, you're going to be fired" (todays latest threat)

    I know this is wrong and quite possible illeagal? My usual response to something like this would be to simply leave my job for another, but that is not an option right not because of health concerns and the lack of other oppertunities.

    I am within a few years of retirement and have no qualms making this jackwagons life miserable. Oh yeah... I live in a right to work state.

    This is really stressing me out. What should I do? Have laws been broken? Please advise.

    Thanks for hearing me.
    Snoozin (new kid here)
    and then there is the inevitable irony...
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    10. Tell him his threats are violating your 1st Amendment Rights of free speech
    Your vote is Free Speech. It's also no ones business but yours. In the US our votes are considered secret ballots which means the vote is counted as anonymous. You don't have to tell anyone how you voted.

    I also think that it's illegal to coerce someone into voting in a way that is against their will. It's probably fraud, and most likely a federal crime.
    That is, of course, unless the DUmmies are talking about the Employee (lack of) Free Choice Act.
    And unless you work for the Federal Government (or you want to open a Chick-Fil-A in Chicago or Boston), your First Amendment rights don't mean squat in a private workplace.
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    17. He did that last year

    Now we have this crappy, high deductable, strict, almost worthless bargain basement insurance.
    I miss the quality ins we used to have.

    Thank you all for the advice and support thus far.
    He's not gonna last long there. Not at his company but DU.
    Be Not Afraid.
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    Dear Snoozin,


    A semi cute but you need to jazz it up a bit.

    Our standards are high if you want a good Bouncy Rating...
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    a semi cute but you need to jazz it up a bit.
    Ha! Ha!

    Good one SR!

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    There of course is the DUmmy version and then there is the truth.....Here is probably what REALLY happened...

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealVersion
    My conservative employer is making threats. (Conservative owner was either going over last quarters tax bill or he was looking over the productivity of the DUmmy in question) (need advice)
    He has made two threats that were heard by myself and others. I'll just post what he said, and sit back and read what my fellow Democrats think about this.

    #1 is... "If Obama gets re-elected and it will hurt my business because of the higher insurance costs and tax burden, so those whose production isn't up to par will be the first to be lay'd off." (he knows who the 4-5 of us are)

    #2 is... "If you vote for Obama, I don't know if you will have a job to come to next year with all these new regulations.

    I know this is wrong and quite possible illeagal? My usual response to something like this would be to simply leave my job for another, but that is not an option right not because of health concerns and the lack of other oppertunities. <--Being an illiterate jackass isn't a health concern

    I am within a few years of retirement (ie. social security and other welfare payments granted by my state) and have no qualms making this jackwagons life miserable by stealing more of my bosses time and energy. Oh yeah... I live in a right to work state.

    This is really stressing me out. What should I do? Have laws been broken? Please advise.

    Thanks for hearing me.
    Snoozin
    Of course I have fixed it for accuracy.
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