John Mackey of Whole Foods now has an open invitation to enjoy the taste of my dick|
"A careful reading of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution will not reveal any intrinsic right to
health care, food or shelter. That's because there isn't any. This "right" has never existed in America." - John Mackey of Whole Foods Market
"There is no intrinsic right in the Constitution to a jury of your peers. This "right" has never existed in America. Same with the government making paper money. And primary elections. And marriage. And the Air Force." - Jjon Makki of Whole Foods
"Obama is a socialist for doing this health care thing, because in socialism 'the government controls the means of production.' [Actual in-context quote with poorly cherry-picked definition of Socialism] Wait, no, I said that last year. Now I've decided he's a fascist in regards to the same subject. Those two terms are totally interchangeable, aren't they?" - Jon Makey of Whole Foods
"Did I mention that the deductible at my store is usually closer to the high end of '$300 to $1,800 annually, based on years of service' and that as recently as three years ago we didn't provide health benefits for mental health medication?" - Dijon Mackeral of Whole Foods
Even if you could previously have afforded to shop at Whole
Paycheck Foods, I urge you not to now, or at least to encourage the employees to take the fight to their boss, since in the past he has let his "team members" (read: employees) decide on what will and won't be offered by his health insurance.
For some people, it really IS just about the money.