- Aug 28, 2016
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I've never said thatThis has always been among the more idiotic and reprehensible aspects of conservative dogma: the ridiculous, wrongheaded notion that an employee unhappy with his current employer can just quit, walk across the street, and be hired at the same job for the same pay with better working conditions.Employers can set their own requirements for employment.And now we also see the hypocrisy of the right – conservatives must support ‘right to work’ where in fact employees have no rights and can be fired for refusing to be vaccinated; rightists can’t have it both ways.It's just common sense to require hospital employees to be vaccinated.
Sorry that the unvaccinated are going to be fired, but they chose to work in one of those states where the politicians they supported fought very hard to pass and maintain these absurdly named "right-to-work" laws. They shouldn't go to the courts to complain. They should go to their state government.
Be careful what you wish for.
The conservatives in Texas have gutted employee rights and are proud of it.
Now, it's coming back to bite them in the butt.
Why do you have a problem with that?
It's Ok to force people to join unions but not Ok to require a vaccination?
and anyone can quit their job any time they want if they don't like the employer's rules IDGAF if that person can find a job with the same or better pay. If it's that fucking horrible to work at a place then they should be glad they can quit whenever they fucking want.
Like I said you have no problem with forcing people to join unions and be forced to pay dues but you're making a big fucking deal over a shot.