Monday, November 19, 2012

Conservatives do not connect with hard working Americans at Papa John's, Olive Garden, Denny's...

This bizarre Neil Cavuto interview, with guest Rebooting America founder Justin Charters, has to be seen to be believed.

Both Cavuto and Charters are so disconnect from the plight of employees, and the workplace threats they've had to endure from the likes of Papa John's and similar restaurant owners, that you just wanna scream at the video screen.

Democrats and liberals have decided to boycott businesses because of the way they treat their employees, cut their hours and refuse to provide health insurance. How hard is that? It's painful to see them miss the point over and over again.

They seem to think liberals are boycotting businesses because they disagree with a CEO's political speech. They just don't get it. By the way, I'm hoping there's a food service job in Charters' future, don't you?
Charters: "Buy a pizza for a homeless person, someone who's down on their luck, or who's, you know, out of work. As conservatives, we don't believe in redistributing the wealth, we believe that charity should come from the citizens of the community, and not from the government."

Cavuto: "Well put."
Huh?

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