Skip to comments.SEIU, Fighting for ‘Living’ Wages, Enjoys Some Nice Standards of Living
Posted on 05/09/2011 1:09:25 PM PDT by Nachum
As part of our ongoing research effort into the smear-campaign conducted against Sodexo, we recently came accross a sizeable bit of information that might be of interest to all party in this affair. It so happens that there is an online record of all financial activities at the SEIU. While it would be a laudable step towards transparency if it could be found anywhere else than on a federal website, it does have the merit of telling us a bit more about SEIU than its official communication for which it spends hefty sums will let you believe. Of course weve taken upon us to share that information with you and it is sure to be a recurring topic in the coming days.
In light of the information present in these documents, it appears quite amusing that among the many, more or less founded, accusations leveled against Sodexo, one stands first and foremost, the alleged poverty wages the company pays. Note that neither SEIU nor USAS ever said Sodexo was paying its workers under the legal minimum-wage, because that would be wrong. No, the rethorical trick here is to give the illusion that Sodexo workers are being paid sub-standards wages when, in fact, they receive wages equal or superior to the legal minimum.
Well then, its certainly not so bad of SEIU and puppet-organization USAS to try and promote higher wages for Sodexo Employees, is it? Of course it isnt, and were pretty sure Sodexo workers wouldnt mind a few more bucks at the end of the month unless it costs them their jobs. Yet, where it gets funny is when one looks at the living wages being paid at SEIUs headquarters.
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LO Reminds of obama, well bozo the clown more like
They are quick to point out how Bin Laden was living it up whilst his men were living in caves
well obama you don’t say now obama where you and your family living and who pays for you?
Hypocrisy at it’s finest
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