And how is this different from the story oif a woman fired from a Moslem owned company in Florida becasue she ate a BLT sandwich at work? I'm definitely NOT a Kerry supporter, but firing someone over a political sticker, democrat or republican, is a bit over the top.
I agree but I think she wasn't
t fired for the sticker. There has to be more to the story.
She consulted a lawyer then changed her mind? Something's not right there. If it's true that she was fired over the sticker, I'm sure she can sue and get lots and lots of money then she wouldn't even have to work!
> I'm definitely NOT a Kerry supporter, but firing someone over a political sticker, democrat or republican, is a bit over the top. <
Yep. Whether it's legal or not, it's appalling to fire someone because they happen sport a bumper sticker that you disagree with.
Why do I have the feeling that it someone was fired for having an NRA sticker on their car, the amen chorus here would be frothing at the mouth in outrage.
It looks like she is trying to set up a false termination claim. How is an employer supposed to defend against a lie in the public media. If they comment on the real reason she was fired they have real liability.
Let her have her unemployment check and 15 minutes. The lawyer was smart not to talk to the media. If she does sue, her employer need only demonstrate a legit reason for her termination and she is toast. She can be held liable for all court costs and if the claim is deemed frivilous her AND HER LAWYER can be held for attorney's fees.
Is her state a right to work state?