The Top Pronouncements in Idiocy for 2013: #SOTR Show #VIDEO


In the Stacy on the Right Show 2013 Year End Review we named the following videos top three Pronouncements in Idiocy.

#3 – Inconvenient Truth: Striking fast food workers want more money for less work

Listen closely as the reporter finally gets to the bottom of what is driving people that flip burgers for a living to ask for $15 an hour.  Hint: it isn’t because they want a living wage.

Fast food and retail work, aren’t career choices, they are stepping stones.  Those jobs are for teens, and young adults working their way through school, or supplemental income opportunities.

#2 – Melissa Harris Perry: Your Kids Don’t Belong To You. They Belong to Communities

She fails to grasp the full measure of her statement.  If children don’t belong to parents, and are instead owned by communities, they are property not people.

#1 – Melissa Harris Perry’s Infanticide Cheer – Life begins whenever you say it does

Clearly this woman needs the help of a psychotherapist.  Her depravity knows no bounds.

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  1. Don 29 December, 2013 at 09:03 Reply

    As a manager for over 40 years I wouldn’t hire a teenager who cant read, write, or speak clearly for $15, I would hire an unemployed engineer with a family, they would come to work every day and would do more than is required, teen unemployment would skyrocket!

  2. James Montgomery 30 December, 2013 at 05:30 Reply

    Everyone in this country and especially our national leaders should be required to take a few courses in economics. The economy is down and people want to yet again raise the minimum wage and those that want $15 an hour to take an order, collect your money, and place the items in a paper bag want $15 an hour then what would be the pay for jobs that require knowledge and education to perform. Also our wages in this country are so high in certain levels that it prohibits companies from being competitive against wages in other counties which has already forced many companies to move their companies overseas because they can not be competitive and survive in the USA.

  3. Henway 8 January, 2014 at 13:30 Reply

    This is a false flag. The purpose of the minimum wage controversy is to build resentment against business owners and employers. This is just another ploy to continue use the poor to do the democrats bidding for the upcoming election. The terrible republicans want to hold down the minimum wage worker. Never mind that the non thinking voter doesn’t consider realistic economic impact.

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