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On 20-10-12 01:47, anne-ology wrote:
        Yet an employer has the right to hire those employees he feels will
fit into his company, benefiting him, his company and its bottom line.

        IF someone acts like a fool, as placing lewd photos of himself or
using abusive and/or blasphemous language on line, then that employer
should have the right to exclude that interviewer from consideration into
his company.

        In fact, I can name quite a few people who have shut their companies
down because federal regulations got too hectic - and many will be shutting
their doors by next year, if the socialists continue to prosper in DC
instead of restoring the US to that which our forefathers' foresaw.
        Europe is falling into the hands of these non-thinking ones who must
think that money grows on trees rather than stemming from the hard work of
the industrious ones; remember Chicken Little.

This is not the first time you show your ignorance about the real world in Europe. Your laws let the USA look like a story by George Orwell. Apparently you also have no idea what the word socialist means and repeats only the indoctrination by your ultra-right wing media garbage.
Please abstain from these useless slanderous remarks,
J.L. Blom, The Netherlands

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