I thought that is why people hire attorneys.
Why does the Gov't have to get involved to fix this? Aren't there
already plenty of regulations in place? Are small companies exempt from
this behavior? Who knows. Small companies screw employees over too.
What exactly have the Gov't fixed anyway?
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On 5/28/2012 6:43 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
> On 5/28/2012 4:38 PM, Gene Fuller wrote:
>> I don't like having the gov't tell me what I can or cant do when I'm not
>> endangering others.
> Jim Lux got the point. You did not, and neither did several others. The
> TV news program was NOT about individual liberty, nor was it about
> government over-reaching, nor was it about anything political. It was
> NOT about government regulations, it was NOT about you and me climbing
> our towers, or hiring someone to do it. It was NOT about broadcast tower
> work. It wasn't even about traditional 2-way tower work.
> It was about BIG companies screwing over little people who were out of
> work, down on their luck, so desperate that they will take really
> dangerous jobs for $10/hour. And it's about those big companies using
> various legal tricks to avoid their responsibility for those people they
> take advantage of DYING. And it was about the government NOT doing
> anything to protect them.
> 73, Jim K9YC
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