Friday, December 28, 2007

Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet's Brinker letter, pages 1 & 2

This is the 5-page letter that Angela Bradstreet mailed to the various justices in her pathetic attempt to sway them to the same position as her pimps. Her pimps are pro-employer, therefore she is pro-employer, and now she wants the justices to share the same viewpoint.
I know from personal experience that she doesn't communicate with the "little" people, because I asked her to provide me a copy of this letter and she never responded. Maybe if I had a law degree & learned how to be a bigshot partner in a law firm would she then hit the 'reply' button in her email.
At the end of the day, it's not her job to comment on litigation that someone else is fighting (her & her pimps don't go after political contributors); it's her job to interpret the labor laws on the books & to enforce the labor laws on the books. Her inability to clarify the issues (as Labor Commissioner) makes her unfit for the position, and she should not be confirmed by the senate.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Without employers, there can be no employees. California's wage and hour laws and regulations are out of hand.

12/28/2007 8:05 AM  
Anonymous Meal & Rest Period said...

To anonymous: you're wrong. If the laws/regulations are out of hand, then laws are changed. It's bad only for employers who break the law; law abiding businesses don't worry about meal & rest period laws. Only the law breakers like Kenneth Cole, Wal-Mart, Macaroni Grill, and Chili's who can't obey such simple laws have a problem with meal & rest period compliance.

12/28/2007 7:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Meal & Rest Period:

Your response begs a number of questions. You state, "[i]f the laws/regulations are out of hand, then laws are changed." Who writes the laws? Democrats beholding to labor unions. Who writes the wage orders? Wage boards dominated by unions.

12/29/2007 12:44 AM  
Anonymous meal & rest period said...

To anonymous: nothing changes the fact that law breakers don't like laws. Target, Wal-Mart, Kenneth Cole, FedEx, Chili's, Macaroni Grill cannot obey the law. Investigations into these companies show that they break the law. If they cannot comply with laws, then they deserve to be penalized for breaking the law. Hiding behind lawyers, lobbyists, and politicians doesn't make the law breaking disappear. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.

12/29/2007 5:04 PM  

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