June 26, 2017

You Can Learn a Lot About a Liberal From Twitter

If you're on Twitter you should take a look at the left leaning views of the 
President of McDonald's USA. He's allowed any views he wants but to vent 
them so publicly shows a lack of maturity and good judgment. And for the 
President of the domestic division of a major company to bash the President 
of the United States (no matter the POTUS' party affiliation) displays his
incompetence on a large scale.


  1. Replying to 
    Great reporting. Fascinating and frightening
  2. Replying to 
    U.S. needs to honor its commitment to the Paris Accord. Our nation's credibility depends upon it, and more importantly, so does our planet.
  3.   Retweeted
    So proud that is a founding member of Catalyst CEO Champions For Change.
  4.   Retweeted
    Twitter notified us that our account was compromised. We deleted the tweet, secured our account and are now investigating this.
  5.   Retweeted
    Historic piece on spy story behind role in 2016 election. What a cover too!

  1.   Retweeted
    Trump elected president. Membership applications at Mar-a-Lago surge. What to do? Double initiation fee to $200K. √

  2.   Retweeted
    "There's scientific consensus on guns—and the NRA won't like it,” says Harvard professor
  3.   Retweeted
    I never thought a serious candidate for US President could be a serious threat against the security of the West. But that’s where we are.
  4. Interesting Fox News website doesn't cover Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit against Roger Ailes. Fair and balanced??

14 comments:

Richard Adams said...

These are crude cut and pastes of his Tweets as I've not learned to do "screen shots".
I'll work on that this week.

Note he doesn't Tweet a lot but his re-tweets say tons.

Anonymous said...

Why would any officer of a major corp ALIENATE half his customer base by posting PERSONAL opinions on social media? VERY STUPID

Anonymous said...

Mr Chris K .....“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” - Daniel Patrick Moynihan

Richard Adams said...

Apparently, he wants to be a younger version of Howard Schultz. When Starbucks' Schultz talks politics he sounds like an idealistic 20 year old. But the difference is, Howard Schultz actually built something.

McDonald's is now at that stage where these corporate pukes come in and get rich off the hard work of the people who built the company. Along the way they are usually hypercritical of those who came before them.

And work to get rid of those who know more about the business than the corporate puke. In this case that's everyone else in McDonald's.

Anonymous said...

This guy will be around just long enough to do irreparable damage to us and then he'll cash in his golden parachute and be gone. from what Ive seen he doesn't have the people skills to be ceo.

Anonymous said...

Next time he speaks at your ROA count how many times he says "ah"

For those that already heard him, you know what I mean.

Our table was laughing at his presentation

Anonymous said...

I have strong Beliefs and Opinions. However I would Never let my employees or my customers know them.

Not because I am ashamed of them, It is due to, not wanting to lose a Customer or an Employee. Seems to me this would be the first rule in any service business. Why in the World would a U.S. Publicly traded company let this go forward.

"You can not even fix Stupid with Duct Tape"

Anonymous said...

pretty much a pajama boy, definitely not an alpha male.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Starbucks--- http://www.businessinsider.com/bacteria-from-faeces-found-in-starbucks-costa-and-caffe-nero-ice-drinks-2017-6

Richard Adams said...

From: http://blog.doctoroz.com

Airplane coffee and tea may be full of bacteria. Do you find yourself ordering a cup of coffee or tea on a flight? You may want to rethink this beverage choice. When asked which beverages they never go for on planes, stewardesses admitted they refuse to drink coffee, tea, or hot water. As it turns out, they may have the right idea. The water used for these warm beverages comes from the tap as opposed to a bottle, and that tap water may be full of horrible germs. One study found that in 158 airplanes, 13% were found to have coliform and two airplanes were even found to have E.coli in their tap water. An astounding one in every eight planes does not even pass the standards of water safety. To avoid ingesting potentially dangerous strains of bacteria, simply opt for bottled water or bring your own and save your caffeine fix for after you land.

Anonymous said...

Does he have a "verified" blue check mark next to his twitter name. If not, it could be a bogus twitter account using his name. Should check this one out. Seems suspicious to me.

Richard Adams said...

No blue check mark. This is what Twitter says about verification - "The blue verified badge on Twitter lets people know that an account of public interest is authentic. We approve account types maintained by users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports, business, and other key interest areas.

I've been on Twitter since 2008 but have never asked for verification so @fegroup has no blue checkmark.

If you scan through his followers and those he follows it all makes sense, not suspicious at all.

Richard Adams said...

And, you'll find most fake Twitter accounts are newly created and have a handful of followers and followings. He has 71 and 390 respectively.

Anonymous said...

If it's not the SEIU trolling him, then he should be removed from office by the board at once. He is ticking off 1/2 the country and 2/3 of operators who support our current administration.