Apr 30, 2014
Oh, ok. Are you one of the employees? Owner[s]? How's business just out of curiosity. I'd think since Texas is supposedly booming, that it can't be that bad there. We're doing better overall here, but not that great. I'm on food stamps, out of a job, looking for work, homeless, etc. You don't grow an economy by having record numbers of people on food stamps, welfare, and working part-time so that the employer can avoid costs for insurance or dish out fewer benefits, nor by cutting back the hours of full-time workers and increasing all of their costs, but of course the media, government and both Democrats and Republicans will all lie when it behooves them.