Why Americans idolize business and downgrade labor?

If worker is complaining about low wages, the answer always is – get education, you’re stupid, lazy and so on. When businessman is complaining about business conditions, it always government's, unions or workers fault. I never heard anyone saying – it's because you don’t know how to run business, moron! I understand that business must make profit. However when worker refuses to work because wages does not cover his expenses, he is called lazy. Why it’s OK for business to pay taxes on profits and deduct expenses, when workers are taxed on expenses?

Asked By: - 8/19/2011
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'Unions ae organised thugs... More
Answered By: Herve - 8/19/2011
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Walrus says what businesses do americans have anymore?
Answered By: Walrus 2012 - 8/19/2011
Unions are organized thugs.
Answered By: Stephen Klein - 8/19/2011
Are you getting everything you know about Americans from this board? Bad idea. How about asking Obama where the jobs are. It's unrealistic to even have a conversation about labor when there are no jobs because liberals drive them out of the country.
Answered By: gone fishin - 8/19/2011
You assume too much,. Business needs labor as Henry Ford found out, and he was willing to pay for it increasing wages 500% to get good workers and lots of them. Oil doesn't come out of the ground with out workers, cars don't get built without workers, and Coal doesn't get mined without workers. But without Car... More
Answered By: libsticker - 8/19/2011
Not all Americans do, a lot of Americans on the left thinks that if labor isn't happy with what it gets, that it's entitled to more, regardless of all other circumstances... More
Answered By: Pfo - 8/19/2011
America has a me mentality. Americans idolize individuality. So, if a person is unable to be successful, they are blamed instead of the social conditions. However, this mentality is dangerous because corporations can easily take advantage of this way of thinking. The corporation is idolized because it is seen as... More
Answered By: Up to Nothing - 8/19/2011
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