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Burger King /Tako Bell and McDonald's in Tomato Pickers' Wages Fight

Business  (tags: farming, ethics, americans, labor, unethical, society, corporate )

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In a colorful, often clamorous pressure campaign that has relied on support from college campuses and church groups, a group of farmworkers has persuaded McDonald's and Taco Bell to have their tomato suppliers pay their pickers more.But now...

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Sammantha L (126)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 6:01 am
The bottom line.......the heck with human beings!

Past Member (0)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 6:26 am
Noted, Mimi
So, it started a sort of war between the compagnies.
It will most probably mean, that pickers will try to pick for the ones, that pay the most, won't it?

Past Member (0)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 7:06 am
Their actiivities are "Un-American???????????" Nonsense! They're exercising one of our most precious rights, actually several of them, that are guaranteed by our Constitution.

Past Member (0)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 7:07 am
Ohhhh. That's the problem, then. Under Bush's dictatorship, these idiots have assumed that the Constitution no longer applies to anything.

Jaclin S (230)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 2:31 pm
Noted thanx Mimi forwarding.

Linda B (71)
Tuesday December 25, 2007, 5:30 pm
Signed and noted.

Daniel Barker (35)
Wednesday December 26, 2007, 9:14 am
Workers of the world, incorporate! Start your own business, sell your wares at a lower price than your former employer, and put them out of business. I fully support free enterprise - for all. Let the slave laborers start their own business. Make everyone a corporation and compete. Boycott global corporations.


Dennis Archer (210)
Tuesday January 8, 2008, 1:36 pm
Hrm. Too bad these fast food businesses make a practice of employing
"questionable" workers. Bottom line: you get exactly what you pay for. Our gov't should be concentrating on penalizing such employers, instead of worrying about fences that don't work.
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