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October 3, 2016

Hillary Clinton as President Could Crush McDonald's

Here's How She Would Do It - TheStreet
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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

ANY operator who votes for her is cutting their own throat. Sadly, I know many Liberal Operators who will.

JUST DUMB

Anonymous said...

I was at a meeting where the Chairman of the Morgan Stanley PAC spoke. Wall Street is confident of a Hillary win. She is now pandering to the left for votes but Wall Street believes she will run to the center after the election. It is very clear that Wall Street owns her (he did not say that). I personally think she is dangerous and cannot be trusted. However, she knows the game and I think she will look for issues where something can be achieved and not waste political capital on issues that will go nowhere. She is all about money and needs corporate America to get it. I think the health questions are real. She is not talking about our near 20 trillion deficit but that will raise its ugly head somewhere she she and the D's will push for a major tax increase on business just as Bill did. Trump has lost too much credibility and the media is trying to bury him. Stupid to make all those personal attacks on women.

Richard Adams said...

It's pretty simple isn't it - Wall Street wants Clinton because she's proven she (they) can be bought. Trump has his own money and would be hard to buy. The health questions are real - watch her try to climb the stairs to get on stage, she barely makes it, moves like she's 20 years older than her true age. On one hand, I feel sorry for her, on the other hand.....

Richard Adams said...

If there are liberal McDonald's Operators I'd bet the bulk of them are former McDonald's Corp. employees?

Anonymous said...

The liberal operators I know are all minorities on BFL's or other types of Corp. financing.

Anonymous said...

There is a very real possibility that IF Hillary wins, she will be incapacitated or die in office. As her successor, Tim Kaine's record is not good either.He is known as "Mr Wall Street"

From the Wall St Journal:


Kaine is very close to the big banks and financial industry. According to the WSJ, Kaine is “in the pocket of Wall Street.” Unlike Trump and Sanders, Kaine supported the Iraq War, another issue that will certainly not endear him to the party’s loud progressive wing.
Supporters of Israel should be concerned about Kaine as well. He was one of only eight members of the U.S. Senate to boycott the historic speech of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress in March of 2015. He received financial donations from Esam Omeish, a radical Muslim operative who is associated with the terrorist organization the Muslim Brotherhood. Kaine appointed Omeish to the Virginia Immigration Commission even though Omeish is Vice President of a dangerous mosque that was led by terrorist Anwar Al-Awlaki as its Imam and had other terrorists in the congregation including two 9/11 hijackers, and Nidal Hasan, who targeted his fellow Fort Hood soldiers, killing 13 and wounding 32, in the 2009 massacre.

To make matters even worse, Kaine claims that he is a “strong supporter of the nuclear agreement with Iran” and said the deal is “a dramatic improvement over the status quo.” This deal is strongly opposed by Israel, which considers it a threat to the country’s survival. Trump and other Republicans have blasted the deal as contrary to American interests, especially since it allowed Iran to access $150 billion in frozen assets.
If elected Vice President, Kaine also promised the Spanish television network Telemundo that he would push a bill to legalize all illegal immigrants during the first 100 days of the new administration.
Another issue which may cause Kaine trouble in battleground states is his staunch opposition to the Second Amendment. He has consistently received an “F” from the NRA. For example, as Governor of Virginia, Kaine vetoed a bill that would have given motorists the right to carry a gun in their vehicles for self-defense.
Even more troubling than his controversial positions, Kaine’s decision to accept lavish gifts while Governor of Virginia may be his Achilles’ heel. Trump has labeled Kaine “corrupt” since he accepted over $201,600 in gifts while serving as Governor of Virginia, according to the Virginia Public Access Project. Interestingly, former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell was indicted by federal prosecutors for accepting gifts in exchange for political favors.
Some of the gifts Kaine received included an $18,000 Caribbean vacation, $5,500 in clothing, trips to the NCAA basketball Final Four, as well as travel expenses for political events and conferences. These gifts were provided by his political donors, a major pharmaceutical company and the largest electrical provider in Virginia among others.
It certainly seems that Kaine is a typical politician who enjoyed all the benefits of his elected office. This type of “politics as usual” attitude is exactly what millions of American voters are tired of tolerating. It is one of many motivating factors that will drive turnout among the electorate this November. Kaine and his running mate are both old school Democrats who take advantage of perks and bend the law to their advantage. Both of them have been in politics for decades and in this change election, they are clearly on the wrong side of history.

Anonymous said...

The above is a scary scenario. Get out and vote!! Join the Trump train!!

Anonymous said...

The American people are nuts. It is embarrassing that our great society can't generate candidates that are better qualified than these. If we weren't over the top rich we would be a third world country. Our leadership has got to be some of the worse in the world. The people you would really want in these positions want nothing to do with it. The media, special interest groups, just make life miserable. We have too many people and too much diversity.

Anonymous said...

Joint employer will also succeed under a Clinton administration; as the department of labor will remain the same and support NLRB in their pursuit of this action it will then ultimately be upheld in the federal appeals court and supreme court. Trump is right about one thing the next president is going to control the future of this country for many years through court appointed and nominated judges.

Anonymous said...

If she wins, a $15 minimum wage will be the good old days.

Anonymous said...

Joint employer is the big issue. Minimum wage increase will cause inflation, look at the positive side the millions in debt you have in today's dollars from all the required reinvestments the debt will be devalued in future dollars!!