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  • BugI02

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    How is this nay different than how we view and speak of them?

    If this same person was making these comments about the left y'all would be all "yea! Tell them commie bastards!" :rockwoot::rockwoot::rockwoot:
    Because right and wrong have intrinsic values; not variable, convenient ones

    Haven't you had enough of such things as being told you are a bigot if you wouldn't date a trans woman or that if you don't support grooming you're a homophobe? Most people can recognize righteousness and perversion for themselves, regardless of how (or if) they use that knowledge to affect their life choices
     

    TrueSeanamus

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    We are not a nation of laws but a nation of political will. This is what that looks like.

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    Unfortunately I see no sane way of fighting back. Push back on them and the entire system comes down on you. While they literally murder us and it’s swept under the rug by that same system.

    And the system is so leviathan we are like ants when we don’t work together. Which allows them to raid us at will.

    They have done an excellent job of making everyone call everyone else feds too. Extremely good tactic from the usually hamfisted government morons. Though when you have multiple agencies baiting each other in the same stings it’s hard not to see a glowie in every corner. It’s a real mess.
     

    88E30M50

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    Funny how a CEO thinks that firing people in a state that does not align with his twisted world view is his way of supporting them.

    Too many CEOs think that they have a duty to project their views onto others. Media favorites do the same. They are not hired to promote their flavor of socialism, they were hired to simply do the job they occupy.
     

    GodFearinGunTotin

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    Unfortunately I see no sane way of fighting back. Push back on them and the entire system comes down on you. While they literally murder us and it’s swept under the rug by that same system.

    And the system is so leviathan we are like ants when we don’t work together. Which allows them to raid us at will.

    They have done an excellent job of making everyone call everyone else feds too. Extremely good tactic from the usually hamfisted government morons. Though when you have multiple agencies baiting each other in the same stings it’s hard not to see a glowie in every corner. It’s a real mess.
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    Ark

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    Didn't we go through all this stupid bluster last time and nothing happened?

    Also lol, wonderful progressive pro-woman employer wants to to abort your babies so you can keep working 60 hour weeks until they burn you out and replace you. Totally more progressive and fulfilling than having a family of your own. Be a bossbabe and don't think too hard about those dwindling eggs, ladies! :rolleyes:
     

    xwing

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    Quite scary. So this large company is saying "If your state dares to be Republican-majority, we will refuse to do business there." He can't separate his personal politics from business.
     

    BugI02

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    Unfortunately I see no sane way of fighting back. Push back on them and the entire system comes down on you. While they literally murder us and it’s swept under the rug by that same system.

    And the system is so leviathan we are like ants when we don’t work together. Which allows them to raid us at will.

    They have done an excellent job of making everyone call everyone else feds too. Extremely good tactic from the usually hamfisted government morons. Though when you have multiple agencies baiting each other in the same stings it’s hard not to see a glowie in every corner. It’s a real mess.
    "Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery
    None but ourselves can free our minds
    Have no fear for atomic energy
    'Cause none of them can stop the time
    How long shall they kill our prophets
    While we stand aside and look?
    Ooh, some say it's just a part of it

    We've got to fulfill the book" - Mr Bob Marley, Redemption Song, verse 2
     

    LeftyGunner

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    He won't go anywhere with those employees. It would cost them a fortune to move to a progressive city/state.
    They don’t need to move operations, only the employees that fear Indiana’s authoritarian morality brigade.

    Indiana has had a serious problem with brain drain since the 1990’s...this is an excellent illustration why.

    Not only will it become harder for local employers to attract quality outside talent to Indiana, but these same employers are stuck offering to move good talent outside of Indiana in order to keep them working.

    I expect to see more overt announcements of this sort, as well as more quiet adoption of similar policies by most of Indiana’s interstate and international employers.

    Indiana’s new abortion law makes Indiana less business-friendly whether supporters want to admit that or not.
     

    Cameramonkey

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    They don’t need to move operations, only the employees that fear Indiana’s authoritarian morality brigade.

    Indiana has had a serious problem with brain drain since the 1990’s...this is an excellent illustration why.

    Not only will it become harder for local employers to attract quality outside talent to Indiana, but these same employers are stuck offering to move good talent outside of Indiana in order to keep them working.

    I expect to see more overt announcements of this sort, as well as more quiet adoption of similar policies by most of Indiana’s interstate and international employers.

    Indiana’s new abortion law makes Indiana less business-friendly whether supporters want to admit that or not.
    I'm not sure I really WANT someone here that believes in killing babies. What other illogical thoughts do they have? In what other ways is their judgement flawed?

    If they wont come here because they cant keep their legs together and wont accept the consequences of their actions, I really dont think we are missing out on not having them here.
     

    DoggyDaddy

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    They don’t need to move operations, only the employees that fear Indiana’s authoritarian morality brigade.

    Indiana has had a serious problem with brain drain since the 1990’s...this is an excellent illustration why.

    Not only will it become harder for local employers to attract quality outside talent to Indiana, but these same employers are stuck offering to move good talent outside of Indiana in order to keep them working.

    I expect to see more overt announcements of this sort, as well as more quiet adoption of similar policies by most of Indiana’s interstate and international employers.

    Indiana’s new abortion law makes Indiana less business-friendly whether supporters want to admit that or not.
    With remote work becoming more popular, "woke" employers can recruit from other states where they're free to kill unborn children at will.
     

    LeftyGunner

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    With remote work becoming more popular, "woke" employers can recruit from other states where they're free to kill unborn children at will.

    The states with more restrictive abortion laws tend to have have less educated and productive workforces, experience greater poverty and suffer from poorer health.

    International employers aren’t going “woke”, they are responding to the feedback from their workforces and customers.

    SalesForce, FedEx, Honda, etc…companies like these view culture war issues as unnecessary expenses, and each new regressive change to Indiana law makes our state and our workers less attractive to their investment.

    A shallow (and likely fleeting) culture-war “victory” isn’t much of an upside if it reduces our competitive standing in the national marketplace.
     

    1DOWN4UP

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    The states with more restrictive abortion laws tend to have have less educated and productive workforces, experience greater poverty and suffer from poorer health.

    International employers aren’t going “woke”, they are responding to the feedback from their workforces and customers.

    SalesForce, FedEx, Honda, etc…companies like these view culture war issues as unnecessary expenses, and each new regressive change to Indiana law makes our state and our workers less attractive to their investment.

    A shallow (and likely fleeting) culture-war “victory” isn’t much of an upside if it reduces our competitive standing in the national marketplace.

    These oppressed demons tend to agree with you.

    But for some good news...
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    KLB

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    The states with more restrictive abortion laws tend to have have less educated and productive workforces, experience greater poverty and suffer from poorer health.

    International employers aren’t going “woke”, they are responding to the feedback from their workforces and customers.

    SalesForce, FedEx, Honda, etc…companies like these view culture war issues as unnecessary expenses, and each new regressive change to Indiana law makes our state and our workers less attractive to their investment.

    A shallow (and likely fleeting) culture-war “victory” isn’t much of an upside if it reduces our competitive standing in the national marketplace.
    You seriously think that employees are going to their employers complaining about restrictive abortion laws in the states they live in?
     
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