Working Daze by John Zakour and Scott Roberts

Working Daze

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  1. Dennis Wiles

    Dennis Wiles said, over 4 years ago

    better then my old job they took AWAY Cost Of Living Allowance becauce it was decided it wasn;t in our contracts so we went from 16.35 to a rate of 15.15

  2. vwdualnomand

    vwdualnomand said, over 4 years ago

    the rich get extremely richer, and the poor get poorer. sometimes i wonder if there is an economic war on the middle class in america.

  3. Pharmakeus Ubik

    Pharmakeus Ubik said, over 4 years ago


    Only sometimes, vwdualnomand? It’s a certain thing.

  4. PoodleGroomer

    PoodleGroomer said, over 4 years ago

    Did the morning meeting have doughnuts?

  5. qazman_714

    qazman_714 said, over 4 years ago


    Feed me and I’ll stay in a meeting all day

  6. Thomas Scott Roberts

    Thomas Scott Roberts GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    @Dennis Wiles

    Contracts don’t have to reflect reality.

  7. Thomas Scott Roberts

    Thomas Scott Roberts GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    People say that no matter whether a republican or democrat is in the White House. The only difference is who’s saying it. There’s only so much the president can do. In our current, sharply polarized political climate, every president is blocked by the opposite party no matter what they try to put through. But it’s always the president who takes the majority of the blame, while the clowns in congress continue to get themselves re-elected.


    CHAZ.SHIELDS said, over 4 years ago

    @Thomas Scott Roberts

    you’re giving clowns a bad name

  9. Leo Autodidact

    Leo Autodidact said, over 4 years ago

    @Thomas Scott Roberts

    EXACTLY what the Tea Parties are trying to rectify!

    When in doubt – Vote ’em OUT!

  10. Thomas Scott Roberts

    Thomas Scott Roberts GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    @Leo Autodidact

    They’ll be the same thing, just working for their own interests. All promises sound good when they’re promises to replace the current order. But when one fox says he should be in the henhouse instead of the fox who’s in there now, who will you believe?

  11. toonmaster

    toonmaster said, over 4 years ago

    Term limits is the answer. Only they have to be approved by those who are already in office and what are the chances of that?!

  12. celleo

    celleo said, over 4 years ago

    Have Medusa talk with her again

  13. Thomas Scott Roberts

    Thomas Scott Roberts GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago


    Remember the stunt Mike Bloomberg pulled. The people voted for term limits; they made they will known. But Richpants decided “Doe$n’t apply to Me!” and didn’t even bother to put it to a new vote. Just used his money and bullying personality to get what he wanted. Never entered his mind that he was setting a bad precedent and fomenting more cynicism. Money talks, but it doesn’t listen very well.

  14. Jkiss

    Jkiss GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    That is the true problem with our political system. If we could take money out of the equation maybe our government would work for the good of the country and all it’s people. I know I’m a dreamer………but I’m not the only one. :-)

  15. Gee Man

    Gee Man GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago


    More than term limits, campaign finance reform is needed. Anyone who makes it to high office is inevitably heavily beholden to the large donations that funded their campaign to get there. Britain, for example, puts strict and low limits on personal and business political contributions, and parties then also get a per-vote stipend out of general revenue. This means that if you want to get more funding, you better find lots of contributors, and get lots of votes.

    This would also reverse what is now a 40 year-old strategy of voter suppression in America – negative campaigning that rarely wins votes, but is in fact aimed at keeping your opponent’s supporters at home. It works, but drives down voter turnout all around. Under the British campaign finance rules, that’s cutting off your own nose to spite your face.

    Strict and low limits on contributions mean the extremely wealthy don’t get disproportionate influence over candidates – and heads off the ridiculous circumstance that now exists in America, that corporations now are “persons”, with rights of citizens. Patently absurd, as a corporation is an organization of individuals, and those individuals already have votes and freedom of expression. America has put its political process on sale to the highest bidder, possibly anonymous, possibly a foreign individual or even foreign government.

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