Saturday, December 21, 2013

How things work

I'd like to talk about a free market and how it is supposed to work. Not how the right wing thinks it works but how it is supposed to work

That idiot from Duck Dynasty made in appropriate comments (in my opinion). He has every right to say or feel how he does. No one questions that. He think how he does and as much as I feel it is wrong he has a right to his opinion.

His employer has a right to terminate or suspend him. Just like if I said something inaporpriate at my job or any person would at their job. They have to think of their bottom line just like everyone else does.

If only "people" like Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal and everyone on Fox would understand how it is supposed to work


Robert E Wilson said...

I completely agree with you. I have no idea what Sarah Palin or Bobby Jindal said, but everyone I've seen and heard at Fox Hannity, O'Reilly, and Kelly) agree with you as well.

Free market also means that the Duck Dynasty family can go on another network and make big bucks for them as they have been for A&E. I understand the show is very popular. I've never watched it.

Erik said...

Exactly. If that is what they chose. I also find it funny how your side says how I am not American if I disagree with them. Funny how I thought everyone has a right to their opinion.

I watched it for 5 minutes thought it was among the stupidest shows I've ever seen. But I think that about most reality shows.

Erik said...

Basically they said how we are not Christian if we disagree with the guy. Seriously

Erik said...

and that is why I'm not religious. I feel that religion should be a private affair and you should worship who and how you please. And anyone I think who uses religion in their argument doesn't understand it at all.

Robert E Wilson said...

Many religions do say to go out and evangelize. Christianity is among them (so is Islam). Jesus actually instructed his followers to spread the word of his coming.

You don't have to agree with this but understand that to many, it's not a strictly private thing.