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Old 12-24-2008, 05:05 AM
Location: The Planet Mars
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My recommendation is stay out of talk about politics at work - especially since you're in an industry where people fear regulation...

I can't say I've experienced your reaction in person... have experienced it plenty on this forum...

Good rule of thumb is NEVER discuss politics at work... you never can tell when someone is getting upset, even if they are smiling at the time...
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Old 12-24-2008, 05:34 AM
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I hope it occurs to that girl that it's her own greedy company she needs to distrust. She and her friends sound crass and shallow.

(Greedy Crass & Shallow, LLC...)
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Old 12-24-2008, 07:41 AM
Location: Democratic Peoples Republic of Redneckistan
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Originally Posted by JamesAbilene View Post
I also live in Texas. Immediately after the election (November 5), I had two co-workers really be rude to me. They literally were screaming at me when they came to work. I understand that they were upset. I would have been equally upset had McCain won. I hope that I would not have been rude. Since then they have cooled down and have taken an attitude of, "We will see." They have also apologized.

More encouraging, some of my close Republican friends with whom I made an agreement to just not discuss the election prior to the election are now telling me that they are pleased with Obama's picks and suggestions so far. They perceive him as a centrist rather than the far left liberal presented to them by their party. They are also taking a watch and see attitude, but they are pleased at this point.

In Texas, we consider all politicians a piece of s**t--even the ones we vote for and like.
Same here and we ain't afraid to tell them they are either. Bye bye Ryan..Bye bye Blago
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Old 12-24-2008, 08:04 AM
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This person has no manners. Consider her ignorant.

Funny but I live in Arizona and I encounter that same atitude as well but never has anyone referred to Obama as a piece of Sh*t.
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